FREIND, Stephen F., a Representative from Delaware County; born in the city of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa., April 22, 1944; graduated, Malvern Preparatory School, 1962; B.A., Villanova University, 1966; J.D., Temple University Law School, 1969; partner, Freind and Willman (1975-present); special agent, Milwaukee and Detroit Divisions, Federal Bureau of Investigations (1969-1972); assistant district attorney, Special Investigations Division, Philadelphia County (1972-1974); contributor, Philadelphia Inquirer and Today Magazine (1972), Philadelphia Bulletin and Discover Magazine (1973); special counsel, Pennsylvania House of Representatives Select Committee on State Contract Practices (1974); special counsel, Republican Appropriations Committee, Pennsylvania State Senate (1974-1976); elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1974; reelected to serve 8 more consecutive terms; appointed, board, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) (1981-1990); appointed, board, State Employees’ Retirement System (1983-1986); not a candidate for reelection to the House (1992); unsuccessful campaign, United States Senate (1992).
Freind, Stephen F. God’s Children. Sag Harbor: Beech Tree Books, 1987.
Freind, Stephen F. The Power of Family. Critics Choice Paperbacks/Lorevan Publishing, Incorporated, 1988.