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Jacob Doyle Corman, Jr.


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1977 34 Republican
1978 34 Republican
1979 34 Republican
1980 34 Republican
1981 34 Republican
1982 34 Republican
1983 34 Republican
1984 34 Republican
1985 34 Republican
1986 34 Republican
1987 34 Republican
1988 34 Republican
1989 34 Republican
1990 34 Republican
1991 34 Republican
1992 34 Republican
1993 34 Republican
1994 34 Republican
1995 34 Republican
1996 34 Republican
1997 34 Republican
1998 34 Republican
 Counties   Cambria, Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Juniata, Mifflin, Perry

Biography

09/17/1932 - 12/08/2019

Personal Life & Education:    
Jacob Doyle Corman Jr. (R), born September 17, 1932, in Bellefonte, son of Jacob Doyle and Mary McClincy Corman; Indiana University of Pennsylvania (B.S.), education, 1957; married Rebecca Kay Davis; 5 children; died December 8, 2019.


Early Career:
U.S. Army, 1954-56, Specialist 3rd Class, radio operator; insurance broker, realtor; president, Corman Association; Centre County Board Of Realtors; Central County Independent Insurance Agents Association; Centre County Commissioner, 1968-77; chairman, welfare committee, Pennsylvania Association of County Commissioners; National Association of County Commissioners; Republican State Committee; president, Susquehanna Economic Development Association (SEDA)(11-county/organization) 1973-74, 1976; member, Masonic bodies; Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 1094; Kiwanis; United Way; Cameron County Historical Society; Mount Nittany Sportsman’s Club; Pleasant Gap Fire Company No. 1; American Legion Post 867; former NCAA, PIAA, YMCA swimming official; Methodist Church.


Pennsylvania Politics:
Elected to Pa. Senate in special election May 17, 1977; retired November 30, 1998.

Cited: Pennsylvania Manual, Biographies of Members of the Senate, pg. 67; Volume 105, 1980-81. Pennsylvania Manual, Biographies of Members of the Senate, pg. 3-14; Volume 112, December 1995.