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Barish, Lawrence S.; Theobald, H. Rupert (ed.) / State of Wisconsin 1989-1990 blue book
(1989-1990)

Biographies and photos,   pp. [1]-98 PDF (37.2 MB)


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MEMBERS OF STATE LEGISLATURE                                       31
           Representative                 Representative                
Representative
              SEERY                         BARRETT                     
    KRUG
Thomas Seery (Dem.), 13th Assembly District
  Born Milwaukee, February 19, 1945; single. Graduate Quigley Seminary H.S.;
B.D. St. Francis Seminary
1971. Legislator. Former field director Citizens Utility Board; senior citizen
advocate, Family Service Assn.
  Elected to Assembly 1982; reelected since 1984. Biennial committee assignments:
1989  Environmental
Resources and Utilities (chp., also 1987); Judiciary; Labor; Natural Resources
(also 1987); Transportation
(also 1987, 1985). 1987 - Financial Institutions and Insurance; Housing and
Securities. 1985- Energy
(chp.); Economic Development (also 1983); Environmental Resources (vice chp.
1983); Legis. Coun. Coms. on
Liability Law and Insurance, on Private Sewage Systems (also 1983), on Telecommunications
(also 1983).
1983    Energy and Utilities; Jt. Committee for Review of Administrative
Rules.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 267-7990; District: (414) 461-9347.
  Voting address: 6300 North 101st Street, Milwaukee 53225.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 23 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953,
Madison 53708.
Thomas M. Barrett (Dem.), 14th Assembly District
   Born Milwaukee, December 8, 1953; single. Graduate Marquette Univ. H.S.
1972; B.A. in Economics, Phi
Beta Kappa, UW-Madison 1976; J.D. with honors UW-Madison 1980. Attorney.
Former law clerk for federal
district court Judge Robert Warren and assistant bank examiner for Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Member Citizens Utility Board; Democratic Party of Wisconsin.
   Elected to Assembly in April 1984 special election; reelected since 1984.
Biennial committee assignments:
1989    Health (chp., mbr. 1987, vice chp. 1985); Elections and Constitutional
Law; Financial Institutions and
Insurance; Judiciary; Housing, Securities and Corporate Policy; Comn. on
Uniform State Laws (also 1987).
1987 - Elections (chp., mbr. 1985); Criminal Justice and Public Safety (also
1985); Ways and Means; Legis.
Coun. Coms. on Developmental Disabilities Laws (chp.), on Community Aids
(vice chp.), on Uniform Ana-
tomical Gift Act. 1985  Legis. Coun. Coins. on Crimes Against Children, on
Juvenile Offender Disposition,
on Liability Law and Insurance, on Long-Term Health Care Insurance (chp.).
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 267-9836; District: (414) 444-3535.
  Voting address: 2845 North 49th Street, Milwaukee 53210.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 9 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison
53708.
Shirley Krug (Dem.), 15th Assembly District
   Born Milwaukee, January 29, 1958; single. Graduate John Marshall H.S.
1975; B.S. in economics, psychol-
ogy, and anthropology UW-Milwaukee 1981; M.A. in economics UW-Milwaukee 1983;
Ph.D. work in eco-
nomics UW-Milwaukee 1983-84. Full-time legislator. Former adjunct professor
of economics, UW-Parkside;
economics lecturer, Lakeland College; teaching assistant, UW-Milwaukee; staff
dir., state Senate office; per-
sonnel staffing specialist, U.S. Civil Service Comn. Member German-American
National Congress (bd. of
dir.); Jobs with Peace (past vice pres.); Friends of Havenwoods (past bd.
of dir.); Democratic Party of Wis.
(past Platform com. chp. and 15th-31 st unit chp.); McGovern Park Community
Org.; UW-Milwaukee Alumni
Assn.; Wis. Women's Network. Former member UW-Milwaukee Student Assn. (exec.
sec.). Milwaukee
Metro. Sewerage District Commissioner and chp. of its Public Policy Com.
1988-present.
   Elected to Assembly 1984; reelected since 1986. Biennial committee assignments:
1989  Family Law and
Corrections (chp.); Criminal Justice and Public Safety; Housing, Securities
and Corporate Policy; Ways and
Means. 1987    Jt. Com. on Tax Exemptions (co-chp.); Commerce and Consumer
Affairs (also 1985); Elec-
tions; Trade, Industry and Small Business. 1985 Economic Development (vice
chp.); Energy; Transporta-
tion; Legis. Coun. Com. on International Trade.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-5813; District: (414) 461-2223.
  Voting address: 6105 West Hope Avenue, Milwaukee 53216.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 108 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
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