Joyce Lonergan

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State Representative
Democrat
Book Store Owner
Boone
71
01/14/1985 - 01/11/1987
87

Born March 5, 1934, in Benton County to Robert and Fannie Duda Jacobi. Graduated Boone High School, 1952. Widow of Paul Lonergan. Two sons and two daughters. Member Kate Shelley Chapter, American Business Women's Association; Boone County and Boone Railroad Historical Societies; Farm Bureau and Sacred Heart Church. Used Book Store owner. Sixth term.

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State Representative
Democrat
Book Store Owner
Boone
70
01/10/1983 - 01/13/1985
87

Born March 5, 1934, near Belle Plaine in Benton County, daughter of Robert and Fannie Duda Jacobi. Graduated Boone High School, 1952. Attended Boone Junior College. Widow of Paul Lonergan. Two sons and two daughters. Member, Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Altar Society. Served two years as international affairs chair of Sioux City Diocese Council of Catholic Women; past president of Boone County Church Women United; used book store owner. Member, Kate Shelley Chapter, American Business Women's Association. Winner of 1977 Soroptimists "Women Helping Women" award. Member, Farm Bureau and Boone County Historical Society. Fifth term.

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State Representative
Democrat
Homemaker
Boone
69
01/12/1981 - 01/09/1983
44

Born March 5, 1934, near Belle Plaine in Benton County, daughter of Robert and Fannie Duda Jacobi. Graduated Boone High School, 1952. Attended Boone Junior College. Widow of Paul Lonergan. Two sons and two daughters. Member, Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Altar Society. Served two years as international affairs chairman of Sioux City Diocese Council of Catholic Women; past president of Boone County Church Women United; and past president of Home-School Association. Served two terms as secretary for Boone County, Democratic Central Committee; winner of 1977 Soroptimists "Women Helping Women" award. Member, Farm Bureau, Boone County Historical Society. Fourth term.

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State Representative
Democrat
Housewife
Boone
68
01/08/1979 - 01/11/1981
44

Boone District 44 Democrat Born March 5, 1934, near Belle Plaine in Benton County, daughter of Robert and Fannie Duda Jacobi. Graduated, Boone High School, 1952. Attended Boone Junior College. Widow of Paul Lonergan. Two sons and two daughters. Member Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Altar Society. Served two years as international affairs chairman of Sioux City Diocese Council of Catholic Women; Past president of Boone County Church Women United; Past president of Home-School Association. Served two terms as secretary for Boone County, Democratic Central Committee; winner of 1977 Soroptimists "Women Helping Women" award; Farm Bureau; Boone County Historical Society. Third Term.

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State Representative
Democrat
Housewife
Boone
67
01/10/1977 - 01/07/1979
44

Boone District 44 Democrat Born March 5, 1934, near Belle Plaine in Benton County, daughter of Robert and Fannie Duda Jacobi. Graduated Boone High School, 1952. Attended Boone Junior College. Married to Paul Lonergan. Two sons and two daughters. Member Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Altar Society. Served two years as international affairs chairman of Sioux City Diocese Council of Catholic Women; Past president of Boone County Church Women United; Past president of Home-School Association. Served two terms as secretary for Boone County, Democratic Central Committee; Iowa Women's Political Caucus; Boone County Historical Society. Second Term.

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State Representative
Democrat
Housewife
Boone
66
01/13/1975 - 01/09/1977
44

Boone District 44 Democrat Born March 5, 1934, near Belle Plaine in Benton County, daughter of Robert and Fannie Duda Jacobi (now Mrs. C.G. Hutchinson). Graduated, Boone High School 1952. Attended Boone Junior College. Married to Paul Lonergan. Two sons and two daughters. Member Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Served two years as international affairs chairman of Sioux City Diocese Council of Catholic Women; President of Boone County Church Women United; Past president of Home-School Association; Member of Sacred Heart Altar Society. Served two terms as secretary for Boone County, Democratic Central Committee; Member Iowa Women's Political Caucus; Member Boone County Historical Society. First term.

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