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Term: Vergeront, Susan B. 1945

Definition: (Rep.), 60th Assembly District Born Milwaukee, Nov. 30, 1945; married; 3 children. Graduate Manitowoc Lincoln H.S.; B.S. in political science, UW-Madison 1967. Full-time legislator. Former community relations coordinator for chamber of commerce, Wis. Legislative Council research staff. Member: Grafton Chamber of Commerce; Ozaukee Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (dir.); Ozaukee Economic Development Corp. (dir.); American Legislative Exchange Coun. (Wis. chp.) and chp. of its Task Force on Empowerment, Family and Urban Poverty; Wis. Republican Party Rules Chair 1990, 1988. Recipient: American Legion Outstanding Legislator Award 1992; American Legislative Exchange Council Legislator of the Year 1991; Wis. Jaycee Outstanding Young Wisconsinite 1981. Grafton Bd. of Education 1981-87. Elected to Assembly since 1984. Biennial committee assignments: 1993 - Jt. Com. on Information Policy (ranking minority mbr.); Legislative Council; Special Com. on Welfare Reform; Forward Wis., Inc. (since 1989). 1991-Jt. Com. on Audit (ranking minority mbr.); Labor (ranking minority mbr. since 1987, mbr. 1985); Urban Education (also 1989); Ways and Means (since 1987). 1989 - Small Business, Employment and Training, Telephone: Office: (608) 267-2369; District: (414) 377-9617. Voting address: 390 Vista View Drive, Cedarburg 53012. Mailing address: Office: Room 15 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708; District: 390 Vista View Dr., Cedarburg 53012. (Blue Book 1993-94)

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