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Barish, Lawrence S.; Theobald, H. Rupert (ed.) / State of Wisconsin 1993-1994 blue book
(1993-1994)

Biographies and photos,   pp. [1]-98 PDF (35.7 MB)


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MEMBERS OF STATE LEGISLATURE                                         77
        Representative                   Representative                 
 Representative
        RUTKOWSKI                        KROSNICKI                      
   LAZICH
James A. Rutkowski (Dem.), 82nd Assembly District
  Born Milwaukee, April 6, 1942; married. Graduate Bay View H.S.; B.S. in
business, Marquette Univ. 1964;
J.D. 1966. Legislator and attorney. Former instructor Marquette Univ., asst.
instructor UW-Milw. Army
Reserve 1966-72. Member: K. of C.; Greendale Jaycee Roosters. Awards: Environmental
Decade's Clean 16
Award 1990, 1988, 1982; Wis. Man ofAchievement 1976; Community Leaders &
Noteworthy Americans, 10th ed.,
1978; Outstanding Young Man in America 1973; Who's Who in Am. Law, 2nd ed.,
1978. Elected Hales Corners
trustee 1970.
  Elected to Assembly since 1970. Biennial committee assignments: 1993- Judiciary
(chp. since 1987, mbr.
since 1971); Criminal Justice and Public Safety (since 1977); Small Business
and Economic Development;
Judicial Council (since 1977); Legis. Coun. Law Revision Com. (since 1975).
1991 - Energy and Commerce;
Securities and Corporate Policy. 1989- Environmental Resources and Utilities;
Legis. Coun. Com. on Marital
Property Implementation (co-chp., mbr. since 1983). 1985 - Legis. Coun. Com.
on Custody Arrangements
(also 1983). 1983- Legis."Coun. Com. on Courts (since 1977). 1981 -
State-Federal Relations; Legis. Coun.
Coms. on the Prosecutorial System, on Sexual Assault and Abuse. 1979 - Elections
(vice chp. 1975); Legis.
Coun. Coins. on Constitutional Bail Revision, on Hearing Examiner System
(vice chp.), on Pretrial Release
(chp.), on Product Liability (vice chp. 1979, mbr. 1977), on Strengthening
the Family (also 1977).
  Telephone: Office: (608) 266-8590; District: (414) 425-4227.
  Voting address: 4550 South 117th Street, Greenfield 53228-2451.
  Mailing address: Office: Room 216 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953,
Madison 53708.
  Kathleen A. Krosnicki (Rep.), 83rd Assembly District
  Born Crandon, November 5,1950; married; 1 child. Graduate Crandon H.S.;
B.S. (summa cum laude) in social
  work, UW-Milwaukee 1986; M.S.W. (summa cum laude) in social work, UW-Milwaukee
1987. Full-time
  legislator. Former human services supervisor for county alcohol and drug
abuse clinic and contracted services,
  clinical therapist, real estate broker/salesperson, bookkeeper, and legal
secretary. Member: Phi Beta Kappa;
  Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW); Natl. Assn. of Social Workers;
Muskego Women's Club;
  Waukesha Co. Quality Productivity Network (dir.); Waukesha Co. Republican
Party (southeast branch club
  exec. com.); Republican Women's Club of Waukesha Co.; Racine County Republican
Women West.
  Elected to Assembly 1992. Biennial committee assignments: 1993 - Jt. Com.
on Audit; Colleges and
  Universities; Excise and Fees; Health; State Council on Alcohol and Other
Drug Abuse..
  Telephone: Office: (608) 266-3363; District: (414) 529-4279.
  Voting address: W125 S7662 Coventry Lane, Muskego 53150.
  Mailing address: Office: Room 413, 100 North Hamilton Street, P.O. Box
8952, Madison 53708.
  Mary A. Lazich (Rep.), 84th Assembly District
  Born Loyal, October 3, 1952; married; 3 children. Graduate Loyal H.S.;
attended UW-Waukesha and UW-
  Milwaukee. Full-time legislator. Former county board supervisor and city
council member. Member:
  Waukesha Co. Republican Party; American Legislative Exchange Council; Focus
New Berlin (dir.); New Berlin
  Lioness; Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society; New Berlin Historical Society.
Serves as lay minister. Waukesha Co.
  Board supervisor 1990-93, and mbr. of its Legislative, Intergovernmental
and Education Com., Health and
  Human Services Com., Transportation Com., and Development Block Grant Bd.;
New Berlin City Council
  1986-92 (former president, chm. of Finance Com., chm. of Board of Public
Works, mbr. of Planning Commission
  and Crime Prevention Com.).
  Elected to Assembly 1992. Biennial committee assignments: 1993 - Excise
and Fees; Judiciary; Urban
  Education; Transportation.
  Telephone: Office: (608) 267-5158; District: (414) 425-9452.
  Voting address: 4405 South 129th Street, New Berlin 53151.
  Mailing address: Office: Room 416, 100 North Hamilton Street, P.O. Box
8952, Madison 53708.


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