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

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

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Jerome Van Sistine (Dem.), 30th Senate District
  Born Milwaukee, Aug. 16, 1926; married; 3 children. Grad. West De Pere
H.S.; B.S. UW-Platteville 1952.
Full-time legislator. Former construction worker, teacher and carpenter.
World War II veteran; Navy. Mbr.
VFW; American Legion; United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of Amer.;
Moose Lodge; Ashwaube-
non Bus. Assn.; Dem. Party. Appointed to NCSL Natl. Task Force on Landsat;
NCSL Rural Development
Com.; NCSL Commerce, Labor and Regulation Com. (vice chp. 1988-89); CSG Public
Labor Relations Task Force (1986-87); Nati. Conference of Insurance Legislators
(exec. com.). Served on
Ashwaubenon Town Bd.; Brown County Bd.
  Elected to Senate since 1976. Assistant Majority Leader (May 16, 1988-Jan.
2, 1989). Biennial committee
assignments: 1989- Labor, Business, Insurance, Veterans and Military Affairs
(chp., also 1987); Housing,
Government Operations and Cultural Affairs (also 1987); State Building Comn.
(since 1984); State Supported
Programs Study and Advisory Com. (co-chp. since 1983); Fox River Management
Comn. (since 1985). 1987
- Senate Organization (eff. 3/16/88); Senate Rules (eff. 3/16/88); Jt. Com.
on Legis. Org. (eff. 3/16/88); Select
Com. on the Regulation of Gambling (co-chp.). 1985 - Labor, Business, Veterans
Affairs and Insurance
(chp., also 1983); Urban Affairs, Utilities and Elections; Jt. Survey Com.
on Retirement Systems; Retirement
Research Com.; Legis. Coun. Coins. on American Indian Study (eff. 3/5/85),
on Liability Law and Insurance
(vice chp., and chp. of its Subcom. on Ancillary Issues), on Medical Malpractice
(chp.). 1983- Urban Affairs
and Govt. Operations; Tourism and Revenue (eff. 5/24/83); Legis. Coun. Com.
on Medical Malpractice (chp.).
1981 - Labor, Business, Veterans Affairs and Tourism (chp.); Insurance and
Utilities; State and Local Affairs
and Taxation; State Capitol and Executive Residence Bd.; Governor's Blue
Ribbon Task Force on Tourism;
Council on Vietnam Era Veterans Education Grants; Legis. Coun. Com. on Mobile
Home Taxation and
Zoning. 1979 - Agriculture, Labor and Local Affairs (chp.); Governmental
and Veterans Affairs; Natural
Resources and Tourism (vice chp. 1977); Legis. Coun. Corns. on Juvenile Correctional
Facilities (also 1977),
on Native American Study, on Natural Resources (also 1977), on Recodification
of Alcoholic Beverage Laws
(also 1977).
   Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-5670; District: (414) 497-3188.
   Voting address: 684 Lida Lane, Green Bay 54304.
   Mailing address: (office) Room 14 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882,
Madison 53707-7882.

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