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Term: Cyrak, Mel J. 1936

Definition: (Rep.), 81st Assembly District. Born Milwaukee, October 23, 1936; single. Graduate Wauwatosa public schools; B.B.A. UW-Whitewater (magna cum laude) 1969; J.D. UW-Madison 1972. Attorney, accountant, corporation president; former laborer, truck driver, factory worker, salesman, real estate broker, vocational school teacher, small business owner, special assistant to law school dean. Member Jefferson County, Wisconsin and American Bar Assns., Lake Mills Jaycees, Beaver Dam Chamber of Commerce, Big Brothers of Dodge County, Jefferson County Republican party (state delegate); former member Construction Laborers and Allied Industrial Workers Unions, Red Cross (vice-chm., bd. of dir. ), Wis. Jaycees ( chm.), U.S. Jaycees (natl. chm.), March of Dimes (county chm.), Big Brothers of Dane County (secy.), UW-Whitewater Law Society (pres.). Elected to assembly 1972. Biennial committee assignments: 1973 -- taxation; transportation. Home: town of Lake Mills; mailing address: P.O. Box 21, Lake Mills 53551. (Blue Book 1973)

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