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Noah W Wenger


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1983 36 Republican
1984 36 Republican
1985 36 Republican
1986 36 Republican
1987 36 Republican
1988 36 Republican
1989 36 Republican
1990 36 Republican
1991 36 Republican
1992 36 Republican
1993 36 Republican
1994 36 Republican
1995 36 Republican
1996 36 Republican
1997 36 Republican
1998 36 Republican
1999 36 Republican
2000 36 Republican
2001 36 Republican
2002 36 Republican
2003 36 Republican
2004 36 Republican
2005 36 Republican
2006 36 Republican
 Counties   Chester, Lancaster

Biography

1934 -

Early Life:

Noah W. Wenger (R), born October 1934, in New Holland, son of Hettie Weaver Wenger and the late Elam Z. Wenger; Lancaster County Public School; married Barbara Ann Bundrick; 3 daughters: Nancy, Brenda, Pamela; 5 grandchildren.

Early Career:

Farmer; director, Ephrata National Bank; Chesapeake Bay Commission; charter member, Pa. Agricultural Republican Committee; member, Pa. Farm Bureau, Ephrata Young Farmers, Reinholds Lions Club, Stevens & Showneck Fire Company, Pa. Poultry Federation, North Lancaster County Sportsmen’s Association, various Masonic organizations; Evangelical Assembly of God.

Awards:

County Commission Association President’s Award, Pa. Federation of Museums & Historical Organizations President’s Award, Lancaster County Conservancy Conservation Partnership Award, American Farmland Trust Agricultural Conservation Award, Pa. Association of Conservation Districts Legislator of the Year, Pa. Fireman’s Legislative Federation James M. Baird Jr. Memorial Award, and a number of other awards.

Pennsylvania Politics:

Pa. House of Representatives, 1977-82; elected to Pa. Senate 1982; Majority Caucus Chair 1988-92, 1994-2006; Republican Caucus Secretary 1993-1994; vice-chair, Agricultural & Rural Affairs Committee; member, Appropriations, Banking, & Insurance, Joint State Government, Rules & Executive Nominations, Labor & Industry, State Government, Legislative Audit Advisory, Executive Committees; left office November 30, 2006.

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. 3-22; Volume 115, December 2001.