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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                                       35
            Representative                 Representative               
 Representative
              TESMER                       CARPENTER                    GROBSCHMIDT
Louise M. Tesmer (Dem.), 19th Assembly District
   Single. Grad. Bay View High Sch.; B.A. UW-Milw. 1964; J.D. UW-Madison
1967. Attorney. Former
assist. dist. atty. Milw. Co. Member State Bar; Dem. Party; Natl. Order of
Women Legislators; Natl. and
Milw. Women's Political Caucus; Kappa Beta Pi (internatl. legal assn.); Municipal
Justice Assn. (honorary
mbr.); AFL-CIO; Amer. Co. for Young Political Leaders (1974 del. to Soviet
Union); Sigma Tau Delta (hon-
orary English frat.); NCSL's Arts, Tourism and Cultural Resources Com. Former
mbr. NCSL's Criminal
Justice and Consumer Affairs Com. and State-Federal Law and Justice Com.;
Milw. Bd. YWCA; Skylight
Comic Opera Advisory Bd.
   Elected to Assembly since 1972. Deputy Speaker 1981. Biennial committee
assignments: 1989 - Financial
Institutions and Insurance (chp., also 1987, mbr. 1985, 1983); Judiciary
(mbr. since 1973, vice chp. 1979);
Veterans and Military Affairs (also 1987); Building Comn. (mbr. since 1985).
1987 - State Supported Pro-
grams Study and Advisory Com. (also 1985, 1983); Legis. Coun. Coins. on Surrogate
Parenting (vice chp.), on
Surcharges on Fines and Forfeitures. 1985 - Criminal Justice and Public Safety
(chp., mbr. 1981, 1979, vice
chp. 1977); Legislative Council (also 1981) and its Com. on Community Corrections
Issues.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-8588; District: (414) 482-3655.
  Voting address: Milwaukee 53207.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 112A West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953,
Madison 53708.
Timothy W. Carpenter (Dem.), 20th Assembly District
   Born Milwaukee. Graduate Pulaski High School 1978; attended Marquette
U. 1978; B.A. UW-Milwaukee
 1982; graduate work UW-Milwaukee 1983; UW-Milwaukee seminar trips to U.S.S.R.
and China. Full-time
 legislator. Member Democratic Party of Wisconsin (former 4th Congressional
District chp.); Citizens Utility
 Board; Common Cause; Sierra Club; Eleemosynarians of St. Francis Hospital;
Wilson Park Advancement
 Assn. Former member Committee of 100-Milwaukee Public Schools. Attended
the 1978 interim Democratic
 National Convention and served as alternate to the 1980 Democratic National
Convention. Appointed to
 NCSL's Assembly on the Legislature and its Labor Committee.
   Elected to Assembly 1984; reelected since 1986. Biennial committee assignments:
1989 - Elections and
Constitutional Law (chp.); Select Com. on the Census (co-chp.); Environmental
Resources and Utilities; Fi-
nancial Institutions and Insurance (also 1987, vice chp. 1985); Health (also
1987); Labor (mbr. since 1985).
1987    Elections (vice chp., also 1985); Housing and Securities; Legis.
Council Com. on Solid Waste Manage-
ment. 1985- Economic Development; Transportation; Urban and Local Affairs.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-1707; District: (414) 282-2187.
  Voting address: 3660 South 20th Place, Milwaukee 53221.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 106 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
Richard A. Grobschmidt (Dem.), 21st Assembly District
  Born Milwaukee, May 3, 1948; married; one child. Graduate South Milwaukee
High School 1966; B.S.
UW-Oshkosh 1972; M.S. UW-Milwaukee 1979. Full-time legislator. Former high
school political science
teacher. Member Cudahy, Oak Creek and South Milwaukee Historical Societies;
Southeast Suburban Demo-
cratic Unit; Wis. Cooperative Development Council (trustee). Former member
South Milwaukee Bicenten-
nial Committee (chp.); Wisconsin Education Association.
  Elected to Assembly 1984; reelected since 1986. Biennial committee assignments:
1989 -Jt. Survey Com.
on Retirement Systems (co-chp.); Education (vice chp., also 1987, mbr. 1985);
Aging (vice chp. 1985); Criminal
Justice and Public Safety (also 1987, 1985 and co-chp. of its Subcom. on
the Dept. of Justice Investigative
Capabilities); State Affairs (also 1987, vice chp. 1985); Educational Communications
Bd.; Retirement Re-
search Com.; UW-VTAE Nursing Education Study Com. 1987 - Government Operations
and Aging (vice
chp.); Colleges and Universities; Governor's VTAE Study Comn.; Legis. Coun.
Coins. on Developmental
Disabilities Laws, on Nursing Home Reimbursement. 1985 - Government Operations.
  Telephone: (608) 266-0610; District: (414) 762-8460.
  Voting address: 1513 Mackinac Avenue, South Milwaukee 53172.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 103 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708.
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MEMBERS OF STATE LEGISLATURE                                       35


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