Gene W. Glenn

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State Senator
Democrat
Lawyer
Wapello
67
01/10/1977 - 01/07/1979
45

Ottumwa 45th Senatorial District Democrat Born Nov. 13, 1928, Wapello County, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glenn. Graduated Ottumwa High School 1946. United States delegate national student YMCA to World Conference of Christian Youth in Oslo, Norway, 1947. B.A., State University of Iowa 1950. Member Omicron Delta Kappa. Korean War veteran. Graduate International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, Sweden, 1955. Foreign affairs assistant to U.S. Representative Frances P. Bolton, 1956-1961. L.L.B., George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C., 1960. Attorney, member Iowa and American Bar Associates, Bladensburg Christian Church. Author of verse selections "Montage." Wife, Diane, stepdaughters, Laura and Barrie Jeanne Swanson. Elected to Iowa House 1964, to Senate 1966, and re-elected 1970, 1972, 1974.

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State Senator
Democrat
Lawyer
Wapello
66
01/13/1975 - 01/09/1977
45

Ottumwa Democrat 45th Senatorial District Born Nov. 13, 1928, Wapello County, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glenn. Graduate Ottumwa High School 1946. United States delegate national student YMCA to World Conference of Christian Youth in Oslo, Norway, 1947. B.A., State University of Iowa 1950. Member Omicron Delta Kappa. Korean War veteran. Graduate International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, Sweden, 1955. Foreign affairs assistant to U.S. Representative Frances P. Bolton, 1956-1961. L.L.B., George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C., 1960. Attorney, member Iowa and American Bar Associations, Bladensburg Christian Church. Author of verse selections "Montage." Wife, Diane, stepdaughters, Laura and Barrie Jeanne Swanson. Elected to Iowa House 1964, to Senate 1966, and re-elected 1970, 1972, 1974.

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State Senator
Democrat
Lawyer
Wapello
65
01/08/1973 - 01/12/1975
45

Ottumwa Democrat 45th Senatorial District Born Wapello County, Nov. 13, 1928, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glenn. Graduate Ottumwa High School 1946. United States delegate national student Y.M.C.A. to World Conference of Christian Youth in Oslo, Norway, 1947. B.A. degree State University of Iowa 1950. Member Omicron Delta Kappa. Korean War veteran. Graduate International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, Sweden, 1955. Foreign affairs assistant to U.S. Representative Frances P. Bolton, 1956-1961. LLB. degree George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C, 1960. Attorney, member Bladensburg Christian Church, Iowa and American Bar Associations, author of verse selections "Montage." Married to Diane D. Glenn. Two stepdaughters, Laura and Barrie Jeanne Swanson. Elected to Iowa House 1964, to Iowa Senate 1966, and re-elected 1970 and 1972.

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State Senator
Democrat
Lawyer
Wapello
64
01/11/1971 - 01/07/1973
49

Ottumwa Democrat 49th Senatorial District Wapello and Davis Counties. Born Wapello County, November 13, 1928, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glenn. Graduate of Ottumwa High School in 1946. United States delegate of national student Y.M.C.A. to World Conference of Christian Youth in Oslo, Norway, 1947. B.A. degree from State University of Iowa, June, 1950. Member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary fraternity. Veteran of three years Army service during Korean War. Graduate International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden, 1955. Foreign affairs assistant to U.S. Representative Frances P. Bolton, 1956-1961. LL.B. degree George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C, 1960. Attorney, member Bladensburg Christian Church, Iowa and American Bar Associations, author of verse selections "Montage." Elected to House of Representatives in 1964, Senate in 1966, and re-elected in 1970.

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State Senator
Democrat
Lawyer
Wapello
63
01/13/1969 - 01/10/1971
9

Ottumwa Democrat 9th Senatorial District Wapello County. Born in Wapello County, Nov. 13, 1928. Graduated from Ottumwa High School in 1946. United States delegate of national student Y.M.C.A. to World Conference of Christian Youth in Oslo, Norway, 1947. B.A. degree from State University of Iowa, June, 1950. Member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary fraternity. Veteran of three years army service during Korean War. Graduate of International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden, 1955. Foreign affairs assistant to U.S. Representative Frances P. Bolton, 1956-1961. LL.B. degree from George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C., 1960. Attorney, member Christian Church, Wapello County, Iowa State and American Bar Associations. Third session. Served in Iowa House 1965-66 and elected to Senate Nov. 8, 1966.

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State Senator
Democrat
Lawyer
Wapello
62
01/09/1967 - 01/12/1969
9

Ottumwa Democrat 9th Senatorial District Wapello County. Born in Wapello County, Nov. 13, 1928. Graduated from Ottumwa High School in 1946. United States delegate of national student Y.M.C.A. to World Conference of Christian Youth in Oslo, Norway, 1947. B.A. degree from State University of Iowa, June, 1950. Member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary fraternity. Veteran of three years army service during Korean War. Graduate of International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden, 1955. Foreign affairs assistant to U.S. Representative Frances P. Bolton, 1956-1961. LL.B. degree from George Washington University Law School, Washington. D.C., 1960. Attorney, member Christian Church, Wapello County, Iowa State and American Bar Associations. First term. Served in Iowa House 1965-66 and elected to Senate Nov. 8, 1966.

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State Representative
Democrat
Lawyer
Wapello
61
01/11/1965 - 01/08/1967
18

Ottumwa Wapello County Democrat. Born in Wapello County, November 13, 1928. Graduated from Ottumwa High School in 1946. United States delegate of national student Y.M.C.A. to World Conference of Christian Youth in Oslo, Norway, 1947. B.A. degree from State University of Iowa, June, 1950. Member of Omicron Delta Kappa, national honorary fraternity. Veteran of three years army service during Korean War. Graduate of International Graduate School, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden, 1955. Foreign affairs assistant to U.S. Representative Frances P. Bolton, 1956-1961. LL.B. degree from George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C, 1960. Attorney, member Christian Church, and United Packinghouse Workers of America. First term.

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