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Roy C Afflerbach, II



Session Position District Party
1987 16 Democrat
1988 16 Democrat
1989 16 Democrat
1990 16 Democrat
1991 16 Democrat
1992 16 Democrat
1993 16 Democrat
1994 16 Democrat
1995 16 Democrat
1996 16 Democrat
1997 16 Democrat
1998 16 Democrat
 Counties   Lehigh, Northampton


1945 -

Early Life:
Roy C. Afflerbach, II (D), born February 6, 1945, in Allentown, son of Roy, Sr. and Dorothy Zeigler; Kutztown University (B.A.), 1973, (M.A.), 1989; Muhlenberg College; married Barbara A. Kasper; 2 children.

Early Career:
U.S. Air Force, 1963-67; president, County Cabs, Inc., 1970-72; Senate staff, 1970-73; Administrative Assistant to Senate Majority Whip, 1973-77; Executive Assistant to Senate Majority Leader, 1977-78; executive director, Senate Democratic Policy Committee, 1979-82; executive director, Senate Business & Commerce Committee, 1979-80; executive director, Senate Finance Commitee, 1981-82. 

“One of Ten Outstanding Legislatures in the United States” by Association of Governmental Employees; Outstanding Young Men of America; Comm. Leaders of America; Individual Distinguished Career Award, Pa. Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, Legislature of the Year; Pa. Chiropractic Society Legislative Service Recognition Award; Pa. Physical Therapy Association Who’s Who in the East; District Legislature Award, Pa. C Exec. Dirs., ARC.; Trexler Middle School Appreciation Award; legislature of the Year, Pa. Medical Suppliers; recognition award, Hispanic Business Council of Lehigh Valley; service recognition award, Lehigh County Fire Police; National Federation of Independent Businesses Guardian of Small Business Award, International Director of Distinguished Leadership, outstanding public service. 

Pennsylvania Politics:
Pa. House of Representatives, 1982; nominated for reelection by both Democratic & Republican parties in 1984; elected to Pa. Senate, 1986; left office November 30, 1998.

Pa. House of Representatives Biography

Cited: Pennsylvania Manual, Biographies of Members of the Senate, pg. 3-12; Volume 112, December 1995.