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J. Barry Stout


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1977 46 Democrat
1978 46 Democrat
1979 46 Democrat
1980 46 Democrat
1981 46 Democrat
1982 46 Democrat
1983 46 Democrat
1984 46 Democrat
1985 46 Democrat
1986 46 Democrat
1987 46 Democrat
1988 46 Democrat
1989 46 Democrat
1990 46 Democrat
1991 46 Democrat
1992 46 Democrat
1993 46 Democrat
1994 46 Democrat
1995 46 Democrat
1996 46 Democrat
1997 46 Democrat
1998 46 Democrat
1999 46 Democrat
2000 46 Democrat
2001 46 Democrat
2002 46 Democrat
2003 46 Democrat
2004 46 Democrat
2005 46 Democrat
2006 46 Democrat
2007 46 Democrat
2008 46 Democrat
2009 46 Democrat
2010 46 Democrat
 Counties   Beaver, Fayette, Greene, Washington, Westmoreland

Biography

1936 - 2016

Personal Life & Education:

J. Barry Stout (D), born in 1938, in Washington County, son of the late William B. and Mary; Washington & Jefferson College (B.A.), 1964; married Lenore Ann; 6 children; died October 29, 2016.

Early Career:

 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1959-62; Atlas Service Corporation; member, National Funeral Directors Association, Pa. Funeral Directors Association, Southwest Funeral Directors Association, Bentleyville Boosters Club, Young Democrats, Free and Accepted Masons, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Loyal Order of Moose, State Library Association, Bentleyville Volunteer Fire Department, Presbyterian Church; president, Bentleyville Public Library, Bentleyville Planning Committee.

Awards:

American Society of Highway Engineers Person of the Year- 2005, Washington County Man of the Year- 2004, Keystone Railroad Association Legislature of the Year- 2003, Transportation Advocate of the Year- 1998, Constructors Association of Western Pa. Man of the Year- 1992, Washington County Library Award;

Pennsylvania Politics:

Pa. House of Representatives, 1971-76; elected to Pa. Senate in a special election May 17, 1977; re-elected, May 16 1978; Minority Caucus Administrator, 1999-2004; left office November 30, 2010.

Pa. House of Representatives Biography

 

Cited: Pennsylvania Manual, Biographies of Members of the Senate, pg. 3-23; Volume 119, December, 2009.