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KARL BOYES


 

Sessions

Session Year Position District Party
1981- 1982 3 Republican
1983- 1984 3 Republican
1985- 1986 3 Republican
1987- 1988 3 Republican
1989- 1990 3 Republican
1991- 1992 3 Republican
1993- 1994 3 Republican
1995- 1996 3 Republican
1997- 1998 3 Republican
1999- 2000 3 Republican
2001- 2002 3 Republican
2003- 2004 3 Republican
 Counties   Erie

Biography

03/01/1936 - 05/11/2003

BOYES, Karl William, a Representative from Erie County; born in the city of Erie, Erie County, Pa., March 1, 1936; graduated, Strong Vincent High School; B.S., Edinboro State Teachers College (now Edinboro University of Pennsylvania), 1959; graduate courses, Allegheny and Union Colleges, 1961-1962; high school teacher (1959-1965); supervisor, Millcreek Township (1965-1970); deputy director, Governor’s Justice Commission (1971-1975); elected, commissioner, Erie County (1976-1979); elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1980; reelected to 11 consecutive terms thereafter; appointed, Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control and Conservation Committee (1991-1994); died while in office, May 11, 2003 in Florida; interred, Perry Township Cemetery, Perry, Lake County, Ohio.