Dictionary of Wisconsin History
Search Results for: Keyword: 'montgomery'
Term: Montgomery, Phil 1957
Definition: (Rep.), 4th Assembly District Born Hammond, IN, July 7, 1957; married; 2 children. Graduate T.F. North H.S.; B.S. in Business and Commerce, U. of Houston-Downtown, Houston, TX 1988. Former systems engineer. Member: Green Bay Area Drug Alliance (Allocations Com.); Leadership Green Bay Alumni; Ashwaubenon Optimist Club; Waterfront Study Com. (past chp.); Junior Achievement; girls youth basketball coach. Elected to Assembly 1998; reelected since 2000. Biennial committee assignments: 2003 - Financial Institutions (chp., vice chp. 2001, mbr. since 1999); Electronic Democracy and Government Reform; Energy and Utilities; Health. 2001 - Insurance (chp.); Jt. Com. on Information Policy and Technology; Information Policy and Technology; Personal Privacy (vice. chp.); Judiciary. 1999 - Campaigns and Elections; Family Law; Information Policy; Labor and Employment. Telephone: Office: (608) 266-5840; District: (920) 496-5953; E-mail address: Rep.Montgomery@legis.state. wi.us Voting address: 1305 Oak Crest Drive, Ashwaubenon 54313. Mailing address: Office: Room 129 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
[Source: Dictionary of Wisconsin biography]
13 records found
Beall, Samuel Wooton[?] 1807 - 1868
Callow, William G. 1921
Civil War: 14th Infantry
Cothren, Montgomery Morrison 1819 - 1888
Fogo, William Montgomery 1841 - 1903
Groppi, Father James, 1930-1985
McMynn, John Gibson 1824 - 1900
Montgomery, Phil 1957
Montgomeryville, Crawford Co.
Moore, Annie Aubertine [Woodward] 1841 - 1929
Rountree, John Hawkins 1805 - 1890
Simmons, Zalmon Gilbert 1828 - 1910
Smith, William Rudolph 1787 - 1868