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Thomas J Kalman


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1957-1958 32 Democrat
1959 32 Democrat
1960 32 Democrat
1961 32 Democrat
1962 32 Democrat
1963 32 Democrat
1964 32 Democrat
1965 32 Democrat
1966 32 Democrat
1967 32 Democrat
1968 32 Democrat
1969 32 Democrat
1970 32 Democrat
 Counties   Fayette

Biography

1917 -

Of Uniontown, Fayette County; Born Dec. 21, 1917, Perryopolis, Thomas is the son of Joseph A. and Susan (Danko) Kalman; educated in public schools, the University of Notre Dame (A.B.) 1939; University of Pennsylvania (LL.B.) 1942; attorney; Veteran, U.S. Navy, 8th Fleet, WWII, 1942-1946; Operations Officer, Bizerte, Tunisia; Ship Controller 11th naval District, San Diego; Capt. U.S. Naval Reserve, McKeesport;  Solicitor, Frazier Area School District; counsel, Fidelity Bank; first Asst. District Attorney, Fayette County, 1952-1956; Asst. District Attorney, 1948-1952; chair, Pennsylvania Commission on Interstate Cooperation, 1967-1970; state Senate, 13 years, 1957-1970; Policy Committee chair, 1967-1970; elected Chief Clerk, 1971, 1973, 1975; married Clara E. Reagan, June 28, 1950. Senator Kalman died June 9, 2012 in Greensburg, PA and is interred in Sylvan Heights Cemetery.