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THOMAS P. MURT


 

Sessions

Session Office Position District Party
2007 Representative 152 Republican
2008 Representative 152 Republican
2009 Representative 152 Republican
2010 Representative 152 Republican
2011 Representative 152 Republican
2012 Representative 152 Republican
2013 Representative 152 Republican
2014 Representative 152 Republican
2015 Representative 152 Republican
2016 Representative 152 Republican
2017 Representative 152 Republican
2018 Representative 152 Republican
2019 Representative 152 Republican
2020 Representative 152 Republican
 Counties   Montgomery, Philadelphia

Biography

1960 -

MURT, Thomas Paul, a Representative from Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties; born in Abington, Montgomery County, Pa., 1960; graduated, Archbishop Wood High School, 1978; B.S., economics, The Pennsylvania State University, 1982; M.A., education, La Salle University, 1988; teaching certificate, business education, Gwynedd-Mercy College, 1997; atteneded, economics, Temple University; Ed.D., educational administration, Temple University; staff sergeant, United States Army Reserves (1990-2008; active duty, 4th Infantry Division, 2003-2004: Army Commendation Medal recipient); assistant director, Counseling and Advising Center, The Pennsylvania State University, Abington; associate director of admissions and head wrestling coach, La Salle University; faculty member, business department, The Pennsylvania State University, Abington; school director, Upper Moreland Township; author, “Voice from Iraq,” weekly newspaper columns (2003-2004); elected, commissioner, Upper Moreland Township; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 2007 term; reelected to the House for 6 more consecutive terms; appointed, Pennsylvania Statewide Suicide Prevention Task Force (2019-2020); not a candidate for reelection to the House (2020).

 

Archival Collections

Papers of Thomas P. Murt, 2007-2020, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Harrisburg.