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Theobald, H. Rupert; Robbins, Patricia V. (ed.) / The state of Wisconsin 1983-1984 Blue Book

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Dismas Becker (Dem.), 13th Assembly District
  Born Milwaukee, Sept. 16, 1936; married; 4 stepchildren. Graduate St. Francis
Seminary; B.A. in philosophy, Carmelite
Seminary 1960, B.A. and M.A. in religious education 1962 and 1964; M.A. in
sociology, Marquette Univ. 1968. Legislator.
Formerly research and program director, Council on Urban Life; community
college research director; executive director of
redevelopment project.
  Elected to Assembly in October 1977 special election; reelected since 1978.
Biennial committee assignments: 1983  Jt.
Com. on Finance. 1981   Health and Human Services (chp.); Children and Human
Development; Criminal Justice and Public
Safety (vice chp. 1979, mbr. 1977); Urban Affairs and Housing; Leg. Council
Corns. on Public Health Needs and on Sexual
Assault and Abuse (also 1979). 1979 Jt. Survey Com. on Tax Exemptions (Assem.
vice chp.); Education (also 1977); State
Affairs; Legis. Coun. Corns. on Determinate Sentencing (also 1977) and on
Education. 1977  Legis. Coun. Com. on Strength-
ening the Family.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-0654; District: (414) 933-6133.
  Voting address: 1533 North 23rd Street, Milwaukee 53205.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 123 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
Thomas James Crawford (Dem.), 14th Assembly District
  Born Kenosha, July 25, 1952; married. Graduate Kenosha Tremper High School;
B.A. UW-Milwaukee 1975; J.D. UW-
Madison 1978. Public interest attorney. Formerly dir. of research and deputy
general counsel for Citizens for a Better Environ-
ment, overhead crane operator, waiter, Great Lakes seaman. Member Citizens
for a Better Environment (adv. com.); State Bar
of Wis.; Dem. Party of Wis. (Westside Unit). Former member Citizens  Environmental
Assess. Com. to Milw. Metro Sewage
Comn. (chp. of subcom.); DNR's Ad Hoc Com. Drafting Hazardous Waste Disposal
Rules; Steelworkers Union; AFL-CIO
Hotel and Restaurant Union; Machinists and Aerospace Workers Union.
  Elected to Assembly in 1980; reelected 1982. Biennial committee assignments:
1983  Elections (chp., mbr. 1982); Environ-
mental Resources (vice chp. 1981); Energy and Utilities; Judiciary; Jt. Com.
for Review of Administrative Rules (also 1981);
Uniform  State Laws.  1981     Energy; Reapportionment; Legis. Council Corns.
on Acid Rain and on Groundwater
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-0660; District: (414) 258-6693.
  Voting address: 1539 North 50th Street, Milwaukee 53208.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 107 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
Walter J. Kunicki (Dem.), 15th Assembly District
  Born Milwaukee, June 9, 1958; single. Grad. Milwaukee Technical High School;
B.S. UW-Milwaukee 1980. Legislator. For-
mer occupational health nurse. Member Amer. Nurses Assn.; Holy Name Society;
Milwaukee Society; Wisconsin Democratic
Party; UW-Milwaukee Alumni Assn.; South Side Businessmen's Assn.; Milwaukee
Tech Alumni Assn.
  Elected to the Assembly 1980; reelected 1982. Majority Caucus Vice Chairperson.
Biennial committee assignments: 1983
Health and Human Services (chp., mbr. 1981); Criminal Justice and Public
Safety (also 1981); Family and Economic Assistance;
Rules. 1981 --- Children and Human Development (vice chp.); Energy (vice
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 267-7669; District: (414) 383-6798.
  Voting address: 1550 South 4th Street, Milwaukee 53204.
  Mailing address: (office) 232 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison

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