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Term: Pettis, Mark L. 1950

Definition: (Rep.), 28th Assembly District Born Osceola, December 18, 1950; married; 2 children, 4 grandchildren. Graduate Osceola H.S.; attended U.S. Navy school and Wis. Indianhead Technical College. Full-time legislator. Former small business owner and salesman. Vietnam Era veteran; served in U.S. Navy. Member: Fishbowl United Sportsmen Club (former pres.); NRA (life mbr.); Osceola Rod and Gun Club; Polk Co. Sportsmen Club; Pro- Life Wis.; Wis. Right to Life; Burnett Co. Business and Recreation Council (former pres.); Am. Legion-Lund Brown Post (former cmdr. and former American Legion 12th Dist. vice cmdr.); 40/8 Voiture 236. Burnett Co. Board 1992-94. Elected to Assembly 1998; reelected since 2000. Biennial committee assignments: 2003 - Tourism (chp.); Aging and Long-Term Care (mbr., vice chp. 2001); Natural Resources (since 2001); Veterans and Military Affairs (also 1999); Legislative Council Committee on State-Tribal Relations (since 2001); Gov's Council on Tourism. 2001 - Jt. Com. on Information Policy and Technology (co-chp.); Information Policy and Technology (chp.); Insurance (vice chp.). 1999 - Tourism and Recreation. Telephone: Office: (608) 267-2365; District: (715) 349-2206; E- mail address: Rep.Pettis@legis.state.wi.us Voting address: (Town of La Follette) 3830 State Road 70, Hertel 54845. Mailing address: Office: Room 20 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708. (Blue Book 2003-2004)

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