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

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   Representative                 Representative
BRANDEMUEHL                        SCHULTZ
David A. Brandemuehl (Rep.), 49th Assembly District
   Born Mt. Hope, December 7, 1931; married; 4 children. Graduate Fennimore
Community schools; at-
 tended UW-Madison farm short course. Legislator and farmer. Korean Conflict
veteran; Air Force 1951-55.
 Member American Legion; Farm Bureau; Grant Co. Republican Party; Wis. Assn.
of School Boards (honor-
 ary mbr.). Former member Good Samaritan Center (adv. bd.); Schmitt Woodland
Hills Retirement Home
 (bd. of dir.); Grant Co. Mental Health Assn. (pres.); Fennimore Community
Theater. Member Fennimore
 Community School Bd. 1967-87; Regional CESA 3 Board of Control 1978-87 (pres.
   Elected to Assembly 1986; reelected 1988. Biennial committee assignments:
1989 - Criminal Justice and
 Public Safety (also 1987); Education (also 1987); Highways (also 1987);
Council on Traffic Law Enforcement
 (also 1987). 1987- Legis. Coun. Com. on School District Boundary Changes.
   Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-1170; District: (608) 822-3776.
   Voting address: Town of Mt. Ida.
   Mailing address: (office) Room 324 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952,
Madison 53708; (district) 13081
Pine Road, Fennimore 53809-9619.
Dale W. Schultz (Rep.), 50th Assembly District
   Born Madison, June 12, 1953; married; one child. Graduate Madison West
H.S.; B.B.A. UW-Madison
 1975. Farm manager and realtor. Former legislative assistant and welfare
analyst (WIN Program). Member
 Sauk Co. Farm Bureau; Masons; Kiwanis; Jaycees; Hillpoint Rod and Gun Club;
Hillpoint Volunteer Fire
 Dept. (pres.); Sauk Co. Historical Society (bd. of dir.). Nominated Natl.
Jaycee Outstanding Young Man of
 America 1984, 1986; Wis. Chiefs of Police Assn. Statesman for Law Enforcement
1984, 1986. Wis. Counties
 Assn. Resolution of Appreciation 1986; University of Wisconsin Centers Certificate
of Appreciation 1986. For-
 mer member Wis. Soc. of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers; Wis. and Natl.
Assns. of Parliamentarians;
 Woodland Owners Assn.
 Elected to Assembly since 1982. Biennial committee assignments: 1989- Jt.
Com. on Audit (ranking mi-
 nority mbr., also 1987, mbr. 1985, 1983); Environmental Resources and Utilities
(ranking minority mbr., also
 1987); Financial Institutions and Insurance (also 1987). 1987- Commerce
and Consumer Affairs (resigned
 12/18/87); Legis. Coun. Com. on Natural and Recreational Resources; Gov.'s
Clean Water Task Force. 1985
 - Environmental Resources; Judiciary; Legis. Coun. Com. on Medical Malpractice
(also 1983).
 Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-8531; District: (608) 986-3831.
 Voting address: Town of Washington.
 Mailing address: (office) Room 306 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison
53708; (district) E3576
 Hwy. 154, Hillpoint 53937.
 Joseph E. Tregoning (Rep.), 51st Assembly District
 Born Shullsburg, May 26, 1941; married; one child. Grad. Shullsburg H.S.;
Sales Training, Inc., Milw.
 Legislator and farmer. Member American Legis. Exchange Coun.; Masons; Zor
Shrine; Kiwanis; Lions; Full
 Gospel Business Men's Fellowship Internatl.; Lafayette Co. Farm Bureau;
National Rifle Assn.; Lafayette Co.
 Rep. Party (chp. 1964-67); NCSL's Transportation Com. Former member Midwest
Conf. of CSG's Coins. on
 Transportation and Highway Safety (vice chp.) and on Agriculture (chp.);
Natl. Com. on Uniform Traffic
 Laws and Ordinances; Rep. Assembly Campaign Com. 1978-83 (chp.).
 Elected to Assembly in April 1967 special election; reelected since 1968.
Assistant Minority Leader 1987;
 Minority Caucus Chairperson 1985 (also 1983); Vice Chairperson 1981, 1979.
Biennial committee assign-
 ments: 1989 - Agriculture (since 1967); Labor (since 1975); Transportation
(ranking minority mbr.); Legisla-
 tive Council; Transportation Projects Comn. (also 1987, 1983); Disabled
Adv. Coun. (since 1985); Interagency
 Coordinating Coun. (also 1987). 1987- Jt. Com. on Legislative Organization;
Assembly Organization (since
 1983); Rules (since 1983); Dairy Task Force; Legis. Coun. Corns. on Biotechnology
(sec.), on Mining (sec.,
also 1985, mbr. since 1979). 1985- Gov.'s Comn. on Agriculture. 1983 -  
Legislative Coun. Com. on
Uniform Trade Secrets Act; Interstate Cooperation Comn. (since 1973).
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-7502; District: (608) 965-3688.
  Voting address: 210 West Oates Street, Shullsburg 53586.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 7 East, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison

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