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ELINOR Z. TAYLOR


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1977 156 Republican
1978 156 Republican
1979 156 Republican
1980 156 Republican
1981 156 Republican
1982 156 Republican
1983 156 Republican
1984 156 Republican
1985 156 Republican
1986 156 Republican
1987 156 Republican
1988 156 Republican
1989 156 Republican
1990 156 Republican
1991 156 Republican
1992 156 Republican
1993 156 Republican
1994 156 Republican
1995 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
1996 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
1997 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
1998 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
1999 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
2000 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
2001 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
2002 Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
2003 Majority Caucus Chairman, Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
2004 Majority Caucus Chairman, Majority Caucus Secretary 156 Republican
2005 Majority Caucus Chairman 156 Republican
2006 Majority Caucus Chairman 156 Republican
 Counties   Chester

Biography

04/18/1921 - 07/27/2010

TAYLOR, Elinor Zimmerman “EZ,” a Representative from Chester County; born in Norristown, Montgomery County, Pa., April 18, 1921; B.S., West Chester State Teachers College (now West Chester University of Pennsylvanai), 1943; M.Ed., Temple University, 1958; honorary doctorate of public service, West Chester University of Pennsylvania; attended, Columbia University and University of Delaware; teacher, Ridley Park High School; teacher, West Chester High School; Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education (1955-1968), Assistant Dean of Women (1968), Acting Dean of Student Affairs (1969), Dean of Administration (1970-1975), and Professor Emeritus, West Chester University of Pennsylvania; elected, council, West Chester (1974-1978); elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1977 term; reelected to serve 14 consecutive terms thereafter; elected, Majority Caucus Secretary (1995-April 15, 2003); elected, Majority Caucus Chair (April 15, 2003-2006); appointed, board, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (1981-2006; vice-chair, 1991-1994; chair, 1995-2006); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (2003-2006); PHEAA building dedicated, January 23, 2003, as the Elinor Z. Taylor Headquarters Building; not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 2007 term; died, July 27, 2010 in Stuart, Martin County, Florida; interred, Birmingham-Lafayette Cemetery, West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
 

 
Archival Collections

Papers of Hon. Elinor Z. Taylor, 1977-2006, Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives, Harrisburg.
 
The Elinor Z. Taylor Collection, Frances Harvey Green Library, West Chester University, West Chester, Pa.