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NORMAN WOOD


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1923-1924 Republican
1925-1926 Republican
1927-1928 Republican
1929-1930 Republican
1931-1932 Republican
1933-1934 Republican
1935-1936 Republican
1937-1938 Republican
1939-1940 Republican
1941-1942 Republican
1943-1944 Republican
1945-1946 Republican
1947-1948 Republican
1949-1950 Republican
1951-1952 Republican
1953-1954 Republican
1955-1956 Republican
1957-1958 Republican
1959 Minority Caucus Chairman Republican
1960 Minority Caucus Chairman Republican
1961 Minority Caucus Chairman Republican
1962 Minority Caucus Chairman Republican
1963 Majority Caucus Chairman Republican
1964 Majority Caucus Chairman Republican
 Counties   Lancaster

Biography

01/24/1891 - 03/11/1988

WOOD, Norman, a Representative from Lancaster County; born in Fulton Township, Lancaster County, Pa., January 24, 1891; graduated, Fulton Township High School; attended, The George School; attended, The Pennsylvania State (University) College; dairy farmer; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1923 term and served 20 consecutive terms thereafter; elected, Minority Caucus Chair (1959-1962); elected, Majority Caucus Chair (1963-1964); appointed, Special Committee to Select Measures on the Subject of Abating Penalties and Interest on Delinquent Taxes (1935-1936); appointed, chair, Commission on Interstate Cooperation Sub-Committee on Traffic Safety and Defense Lighting Problems (1943-1946); appointed, Local Government Commission (1943-1956; chair, 1951-1956); appointed, Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1947-1960; chair, Sub-committee on Traffic Safety, 1949-1950; Sub-Committee on Agriculture, 1949-1950); appointed, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (1951-1952); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (1957-1964); appointed, Legislative Budget and Finance Committee (1961-1964); not a candidate for reelection to the House (1964); died, March 11, 1988 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; interred, Eastland Friends Burial Ground, Little Britain, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.