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Term: York, Stanley 1931

Definition:

(Rep.), Born Milwaukee, August 29, 1931; married. Educated Wauwatosa public schools; graduated Beloit College 1953 B.A.; received B.D. Andover Newton Theological School 1957. Clergyman. Served as director of Berlin Chamber of Commerce and as trustee of hospital boards in Berlin and River Falls. Elected to Assembly 1966 and 1968. Committee assignments: 1969-Elections (chm., vice-chm. 1967); Education (vice-chm.) and jt. interim Com.; Public Welfare (also 1967) and jt. interim Com.; Special Jt. Com. to Study Disruptions in Higher Education Institutions; Leg. Council's Age of Majority Com. (co-chm.) ; Wis.-Minn. Boundary Comm.'s Legis. Adv. Com. (mbr., chm. 1967); 1967-Legis. Council's Adv. Com. on the Youth Services Act (chm.) and Adv. Com. on Garnishment; Jt. Com. on Legis. Organization's Subcom. on Ethics and Conflict of Interest. Appointed to Industry, Labor and Human Relations Commission by Governor February 1, 1970. Mailing address: 118 North Third Street, River Falls 54022. (Blue Book 1970)

The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the Stanley York Papers for details.

[Source: Blue book]
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