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Michael L Waugh


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1999 28 Republican
2000 28 Republican
2001 28 Republican
2002 28 Republican
2003 28 Republican
2004 28 Republican
2005 28 Republican
2006 28 Republican
2007 28 Republican
2008 28 Republican
2009 28 Republican
2010 28 Republican
2011 28 Republican
2012 28 Republican
2013 28 Republican
2014 28 Republican
 Counties   York

Biography

1955 - 2014

Personal Life & Education:

Michael L. Waugh (R), born December 1955, in York, son of William E. and Lucille Measley Waugh; Chambersberg Area High School, 1974; attended Pennsylvania State University- York; Pennsylvania State Fire Academy; married Wanda King; 1 son, Joseph Michael; died October 8, 2014.

Early Career:

Former general contractor; Shrewsbury Township Supervisor, 1989-92; former Assistant Fire Chief, Shrewsberry Volunteer Fire Company; member, York County Vo-Tech School Trades Advisory Committee, York County Transportation Coalition, York County Farm Bureau, Hopewell Fish & Game Commission, Free & Accepted Masons (F&AM) Shrewsbury Lodge #423, York County Fire Chiefs & Firefighters Association, York County Firemen’s Association, York County Fire Police Association, Glen Rock Hose & Ladder Company, York County Builder’s Association, York County Remodeler’s Council, Pa. Builder’s Association, National Association of Home Builders, National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), York County Republican Men’s Club, Hanover Republican Club, York County Young Republicans, NRA, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ; board member, Pa. Farm Show Committee; Pa. Farmland Preservation Board; York County Cooperative Extension Association, Glen Rock Senior Center; Preservation Pennsylvania; YMCA of York County.

Pennsylvania Politics:

Pa. House of Representatives, 1993-98; elected to Pa. Senate 1998; chair, Agricultural & Rural Affairs; vice-chair, Local Government, Law and Justice Committees; member, Game & Fisheries, Community & Economic Development, Military & Veteran’s Affairs, Public Health & Welfare, Urban Affairs & Housing Committees; resigned January 13, 2013.

Pa. House of Representatives Biography

 

Cited: Pennsylvania Manual, Biographies of Members of the Senate, pg. 3-23; Volume 114, December 1999. Pennsylvania Manual, Biographies of Members of the Senate, pg. 3-21; Volume 115, December 2001.