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Clarence D Bell


 

Sessions

Session Year Position District Party
1961 9 Republican
1963 9 Republican
1965 9 Republican
1967 9 Republican
1969 9 Republican
1971 9 Republican
1973 9 Republican
1975 9 Republican
1977 9 Republican
1979 9 Republican
1981 9 Republican
1983 9 Republican
1985 9 Republican
1987 9 Republican
1989 9 Republican
1991 9 Republican
1993 9 Republican
1995 9 Republican
1997 9 Republican
1999 9 Republican
2001 9 Republican
 Counties   Chester, Delaware

Biography

02/04/1914 - 07/26/2002

Born in Upland, Delaware County, February 4, 1914, the son of Samuel R. and Belle (Hanna) Bell; Senator Clarence Bell graduated from Swarthmore College; Harvard Law School; and U.S. Army command and General Staff College; attorney; Brigadier General, Pennsylvania National Guard; assigned as Asst. Adjutant General; served 30 years in active army, National Guard, and Army Reserve; enlisted as a private in 1935 and served 62 mos. Active duty in WW II; attorney; admitted to county, state, federal bars; National President of the Military Govt. Assoc. 1963; chair of the National Army Affairs Committee, ROA, 1960-1961; elected to the state House of Representatives, 1954-1959; served in the Senate of Pennsylvania, 1960 until his death as the longest serving state senator in Pennsylvania history, July 26, 2002.