Tom Riley


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State Senator
Republican
Lawyer
Linn
65
01/08/1973 - 01/12/1975
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TOM RILEY Cedar Rapids Republican 23rd Senatorial District Born in Cedar Rapids Jan. 9, 1929. Graduated Franklin High School, Cedar Rapids 1946. Received B.A. degree (1950) and Juris Doctor (1952), University of Iowa. First Lieutenant U.S. Air Force (Korean War). Married Nancy Evans (1952). Six children: Pamela, Peter, Lisa, Martha, Sara and Heather. Fellow in Iowa Academy of Trial Lawyers; partner in law firm of Simmons, Perrine, Albright and Ellwood. Delegate and co-sponsor Fourth World Conference on World Peace through Law Bangkok, Thailand, 1969. Author of "Response to Crisis." Chairman Governor's Advisory Committee on Aging 1964-65 and Chairman Governor's United Nations Day Committee 1972. Member State Commission on Aging 1971-73. Two terms in Iowa House 1960-64 and serving fourth term in Iowa Senate.

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State Senator
Republican
Lawyer
Linn
64
01/11/1971 - 01/07/1973
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TOM RILEY Cedar Rapids Republican 23rd Senatorial District Linn County. Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 9, 1929. Graduated from Franklin High School, Cedar Rapids, in 1946. Received B.A. degree (1950) and Juris Doctor (1952), University of Iowa. First Lieutenant, U.S. Air Force (Korean War). Married Nancy Evans (1952) B.A., M.A., U. of Iowa. Six children: Pamela, Peter, Lisa, Martha, Sara and Heather. Fellow in Iowa Academy of Trial Lawyers; partner in law firm of Simmons, Perrine, Albright and Ellwood. Delegate and co-sponsor Fourth World Conference on World Peace through Law, Bangkok, Thailand, 1969. Author of "Response to Crisis." Chairman, Governor's Advisory Committee on Aging (1964-65). Served two terms in the House of Representatives (1960-64) and serving third term in Senate.

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State Senator
Republican
Lawyer
Linn
62
01/09/1967 - 01/12/1969
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TOM RILEY Cedar Rapids Republican 14th Senatorial District Linn County. Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 9, 1929; son of Joseph W. and Edna M. Riley. Attended Cedar Rapids public schools, graduating from Franklin High School in 1946. Received B.A. degree State University of Iowa. 1950, and J.D., college of law, State University of Iowa, 1952. Partner in law firm of Simmons, Perrine, Albright & Elwood. Judge advocate, first lieutenant USAF during Korean War. Married Nancy Evans of Moline, Ill., 1952; six children: Pamela, Peter, Lisa, Martha, Sara, and Heather. Member of First Presbyterian Church, Masons, Shrine, Eagles, Junior Chamber of Commerce, American Legion; member of Linn County, Iowa State and American Bar Associations; past president Linn County Mental Health Association; member of board of Linn County Association for Retarded Children. Chairman, Governor's Advisory Committee on Aging. Served in the House of Representatives, 59th, 60th and 60th Extra General Assemblies. Serving second term in senate.

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State Senator
Republican
Lawyer
Linn
61
01/11/1965 - 01/08/1967
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TOM RILEY Cedar Rapids Republican 20th Senatorial District Linn County. Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, January 9, 1929; son of Joseph W. and Edna M. Riley. Attended Cedar Rapids public schools, graduating from Franklin High School in 1946. Received B.A. degree State University of Iowa, 1950, and J.D., college of law, State University of Iowa, 1952. Partner in law firm of Simmons, Perrine, Albright, Ellwood & Neff. Judge advocate, first lieutenant USAF during Korean War. Married Nancy Evans of Moline, 111., 1952; six children: Pamela, Peter, Lisa, Martha, Sara, and Heather. Member of First Presbyterian Church, Masons, Shrine, Eagles, Junior Chamber of Commerce, American Legion; member of Linn County, Iowa State and American Bar Associations; past president Linn County Mental Health Association; member of board of Linn County Association for Retarded Children. Served in the house of representatives, 59th, 60th, and 60th Extra General Assemblies. First term in senate.

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State Representative
Republican
Lawyer
Linn
60
01/14/1963 - 01/10/1965
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TOM RILEY Cedar Rapids Linn County Republican. Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 9, 1929; son of Joseph W. and Edna M. Riley. Attended Cedar Rapids public schools, graduating from Franklin High School in 1946. Received B.A. degree State University of Iowa, 1950, and J.D., college of law, State University of Iowa, 1952. Partner in law firm of Simmons, Perrine, Albright, Ellwood & Neff. Judge advocate, first lieutenant USAF during Korean War. Married Nancy Evans of Moline, Ill., 1952; six children: Pamela, Peter, Lisa, Martha, Sara, and Heather. Member of First Presbyterian Church, Masons, Shrine, Eagles, Junior Chamber of Commerce, American Legion; member of Linn County, Iowa State and American Bar Associations; past president Linn County Mental Health Association; member of board of Linn County Association for Retarded Children; member of area council of Boy Scouts of America. Serving second term.

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State Representative
Republican
Lawyer
Linn
59
01/09/1961 - 01/13/1963
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TOM RILEY Cedar Rapids Linn County Republican. Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 9, 1929; son of Joseph W. and Edna M. Riley. Attended Cedar Rapids public schools, graduating from Franklin High School in 1946. Received B.A. degree, State University of Iowa, 1950, and J.D., college of law, State University of Iowa, 1952. Partner in law firm of Simmons, Perrine, Albright, Ellwood & Neff. Judge advocate, first lieutenant USAF during Korean War. Married Nancy Evans of Moline, Illinois, 1952; five children: Pamela, Peter, Lisa, Martha and Sara. Member of First Presbyterian Church, Masons, Shrine, Junior Chamber of Commerce, American Legion; member of Linn county, Iowa State and American Bar Associations; past president Linn County Mental Health Association; member of board of Linn County Association for Retarded Children. Serving first term.

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