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

Biographies and pictures,   pp. [1]-98 PDF (32.6 MB)


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MEMBERS OF STATE LEGISLATURE                                            
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            Representative                      Representative          
          Representative
          HOLSCHBACH                               POTTER               
             TURBA
Vernon W. Holschbach (Dem.), 76th Assembly District
  Born Manitowoc, Oct. 17, 1926; married; I I children. Grad. Manitowoc Lincoln
High School; attended Lakeshore Tech.
Institute. Bricklayer and mason. Member of B.A.C.I.U. of America (local past
president); National Conference of State Legisla-
tures' Pension Board. Manitowoc Co. Bd. of Supervisors 1968-1980.
  Elected to Assembly 1980; reelected 1982. Biennial committee assignments:
1983  Jt. Survey Com. on Retirement Systems
(co-chp.); Labor (vice chp., also 1981); Highways (also 1981); Local Affairs
(also 1981); Council on Child Labor (also 1981).
1981   Urban Affairs and Housing; Legis. Coun. Coins. on Elderly Abuse and
on Mobile Home Taxation and Zoning (vice
chp.).
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-0315; District: (414) 684-6458.
  Voting address: 1313 South 11lth Street, Manitowoc 54220.
  Mailing address (office): Room 110 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
Calvin Potter (Dem.), 77th Assembly District
  Born Sheboygan, Nov. 3, 1945; married. Graduate Sheboygan North High School;
attended UW-Sheboygan; B.A. Lakeland
College 1968; graduate work U.W. Full-time legislator. Former teacher. Member
Sheboygan County Democratic Party (exec.
bd., former chp.); Sheboygan County Historical Society; Izaak Walton League.
Former member Plymouth Educators Politically
Active and Concerned (chp.); Plymouth Education Assn. (exec. bd. and treas.);
Wis. and Natl. Education Assns.
  Elected to Assembly since 1974. Biennial committee assignments: 1983  Primary
and Secondary Education (chp.); Consumer
and Commercial Credit; Higher and Vocational Education; Labor (also mbr.
1975-1979). 1981  Insurance, Cooperatives and
Risk Management (chp.); Education (also 1979, vice chp. 1977, mbr. 1975);
Reapportionment; Education Comn. of the States.
1979    Elections (chp.); Small Business (also 1977); Legis. Council Education
Com. (also 1977, 1975). 1977  Legis. Council
Coins. on Library Laws (chp.) and on Eminent Domain.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-0656; District: (414) 452-6875.
  Voting address: 808 Green Tree Road, Kohler 53044.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 10 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison
53708.
  Wilfrid J. Turba (Rep.), 78th Assembly District
  Born town of Russell, Sheboygan, County, January 18, 1928; married; 9 children.
Educated St. Anna Parochial Elem.; grad.
  valedictorian New Holstein H.S.; grad. UW-Madison Agriculture Short Course
1946. Dairy and seed grain farmer. Member
  Wisconsin Farm Bureau (former state dir.); Sheboygan Co. 4-H Leaders Assn.
(past pres.); 4-H Club (general leader); North
  Central Seed Producers Assn. (secy); Sheboygan Co. Republican Party (mbr.
executive com.); Wis. Citizens Concerned for Life.
  Former member Gov. Dreyfus' Study Com. on Evaluation of DNR (Sheboygan
Co.); Congressman Steiger's Commission for
  Appointments to Military Academies. Town of Russell Republican Party Ward
Committeeman (1970-80); Wis. Agriculture
  Stabilization and Conservation Service (state chairman 1981-82); New Holstein
School Bd. mbr. since 1977 (pres. since 1979).
  Elected to Assembly 1982. Biennial committee assignments: 1983  Agriculture;
Health and Human Services; Primary and
  Secondary Education.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-8530; District: (414) 894-2855.
  Voting address: Route 2, Box 106, Elkhart Lake 53020.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 335A North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953,
Madison 53708.


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