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House; Transportation Subcommittee on Airports, Railways & Waterways.



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Jo seph Shawn Lennnon d

(Republican - Mecklenburg
County)

Sixty-ninth Representative District -
Portions of Mecklenburg County.

Early Years

Born in Lexington, KY, May 4, 1958, to
David Rea Lemmond, Sr. and Joyce (Kinard)
Lemmond.

Educational Background

West Charlotte High School, 1976; UNC-C.

Professional Background

Insurance Agent, Dean Herchele & Hill;
Town Council, 1983-87; Mayor, Town of

Matthews, 1987-1991.

Organ iza tions

Matthews Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors; Matthews Community Club.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1993-present.

Military Service

U.S. Navy, Petty Officer, First Class, 1976-82.

Honors and A wards

Medal Commendation, Good Conduct, Expert Marksman, Over Seas Deployment
Ribbon, Battle "E" Ribbon and Mideast Deployment.

Personal Information

Married, Karen Alicia Flynt, May 9, 1987. Children: Jason and Kenny.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Member: Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation; Business & Labor
Subcommittee on Economic Expansion & Growth; Constitutional Amendments &
Referenda; Judiciary I; Local and Regional Government I.



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(Democrat - Durham County)

Twenty-third Representative District -
Portions of Durham County.

Early Years

Born in Chicago, IL, Cook County, January
18, 1946, to Paul T. and Eunice (Elbert)
Luebke.

Educational Background

Germany Embassy School, Ankara, Turkey,
1959-62; Valparaiso University, B.A., 1966;
Columbia University, Ph.D., 1975.

Professional Background



Associate Professor of Sociology, UNC-G,
1982-present; Visiting Scholar, Department of Sociology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1986-87;
Assistant Professor of Sociology, UNC-Greensboro, 1976-82; Visiting Scholar,
Department of Sociology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1979-80; Visiting Assistant Professor of
Sociology, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1975-76; Instructor and Assistant Professor of Sociology,
Mississippi, 1971-75.

Boards and Commissions

Member, Board of Editors, Perspectives on the American South: An Annual Review of
Society, Politics and Culture; Member, Board of Editors, Research in Political
Sociology; Member, Board of Editors, Election Politics.

Publications

Author, Tar Heel Politics: Myths and Realities (University of North Carolina Press,
1990).



Personal Information



Children: Son, Theo.



COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Chair: Transportation Subcommittee on Public Transportation.
Vice Chair: Transportation.

Member: Education Subcommittee on Community Colleges and Universities;
Environment; Finance; Insurance.






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Edith Ledford Lutz

(Democrat - Cleveland County)

Forty-eighth Representative District -

Cleveland, Rutherford, and portions of

Gaston, and Polk Counties.

Early Years

Born in Lawndale, Cleveland County,
October 20, 1914, to Thomas Curtis and
Annie (Hoyle) Ledford.

Educational Background

Belwood High School.

Professional Background

Farmer and fruit grower.

Orga n iza tions

Director, Cleveland County Farm Bureau; Director, Upper Cleveland County
Chamber of Commerce; N.C. Apple Growers' Association; Sheltered Workshops of
Rutherford County; American Association of Business Women.

Boards and Commissions

Southern Legislative Conference; Mental Health Study Commission; Agriculture,
Forestry and Seafood Awareness Study Commission; Fact Finding Agriculture Study
Commission; Adoption Study Commission; Property Tax Study Commission.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1976, 1977-78, 1979-80, 1981-82, 1983-84,
1985-86, 1987-88, 1989-90, 1991-92, 1993-present.

Honors and A wards

Who's Who of American Women; "Farm Woman of the Year," Southwestern District;
Times "Woman of the Year".

Person a I In form a tion

Married, M. Everett Lutz, October 25, 1933. Children: E. Jacob. Member, Kadish
Methodist Church; Sunday School Teacher; Treasurer, Women's Organization; counselor,
Youth Fellowship.



COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Chair: Local and Regional Government II.

Vice Chair: Health and Human Services Subcommittee on Aging.
Member: Agriculture; Appropriations Subcommittee on Human Resources; Pensions
and Retirement.



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Jo sephus Lynian Mavret ic

(Democrat - Edgecombe County)

Seventy-first Representative District -

Portions of Edgecombe, Nash, Pitt, and

Wilson Counties.

Early Years

Born in Powells Point, Currituck County,
July 29, 1934, to Joseph M. (deceased) and
Virginia (Bateman) Mavretic.

Educational Background

New Bern High School; UNC-Chapel Hill,
1956, A.B. (English); George Washington
University, 1972, M.S. (Political Science,
International Affairs); Naval War College,
distinguished graduate, 1972.



Professional Background



Retired military officer.



Organizations

Rotary Club of Tarboro; Retired Officers Association; American Legion Post 58; j
Marine Corps Aviation Association; Director, Edgecombe County chapter, American
Red Cross; Phi Gamma Delta; Loyal Order of the Moose; Scouting Coordinator, Cub
Scout Pack 96; Director, American Cancer Society (N.C. Division); Director,
Edgecombe County Historic Preservation Fund; Director, N.C. Museum of History
Associates.

Boards and Commissions

Director, N.C. Council on Alcoholism; Steering Committee, N.C. Educational Policy
Seminars; former Chair, Laurel Bay School Board; former Director, First Carolina Bank.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1980 (appointed to fill vacancy created by
resignation of James Ezzell), 1981-82, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1987-88, 1989 (elected
Speaker January 11, 1989.), 1991-92, 1993-present.

Military Service

Served, U.S. Marine Corps, 1956-77 (Lieutenant Colonel); 300 combat missions in
Vietnam; 3,000 flight hours in fighter aircraft; Bronze Star with Combat "V".

Personal Information

Married, Laura Kranifeld, of Greenville, Tennessee, June, 1988. Child: Michael.
Member, St. James United Methodist Church; (President, Methodist Men's Club,
1981; Administrative Board, 1981; Finance Committee, 1980).






COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Chair: Health and Human Resources.

Member: Agriculture; Constitutional Amendments & Referenda; Finance; Public
Utilities.



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Mary E. McAllister

(Democrat - Cumberland County)

Seventeenth Representative District -
Portions of Cumberland County.

Early Years

Born in Johns Station, Robeson County,
April 20, 1937, to Alexander and Mary
(Benton) McLaurin.

Educational Background

E. E. Smith Senior High School, Fayetteville,
N.C., 1954; Fayetteville State University,
1958, (B.S. in Elementary Education); East
Carolina University, (M.S. Education
Administration and Supervision); New York
University, NY/Wayne State University,
MI, 20 SH, Early Childhood Education.

Professional Background

Executive Director, Operation Sickle Cell, Inc., Fayetteville, N.C., 1975-; Educator,
Fayetteville City Schools, Cumberland County Schools, Harnett County Schools and
Warren County Schools of North Carolina and Detroit Public Schools, Michigan.

Orga n iza tions

Member, National Institute of Health Review Panel; National Association of Black
County Officials, Past Chair, N.C. State Governor's Council on Sickle Cell Syndrome;
Fayetteville State Alumni Association; National Fayetteville State Alumni
Association, Fayetteville Chapter; NAACP; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.; Z. Smith
Reynolds Advisory Panel; NOBCO, National AIDS Task Force; Robert Wooks
Johnson Advisory Panel.

Boards and Commissions

Board member, Cumberland County Commissioners, 1980-88; County liaison-Social
Services Board, Board of Health and Economic Development Board; Chair, Primary
Care/Prevention and Mental Health Subcommittee (NACO); Chair, Mount Sinai
Homes, Inc.; City/County Liaison Committee; Rural Center Board of Directors.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1991-92, 1993-; twice elected to Cumberland
County Commissioners, Chair.

Honors and A wards

Human Relations Award, City of Fayetteville; The Fannie Black Award, Business and
Professional Women's Club, Fayetteville, N.C, NAFEO Award for Outstanding
Fayetteville State University Alumni; Citizen of the Year, 1983, Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity, Fayetteville, N.C; Achievement Award, Mount Sinai Baptist Church,
Fayetteville, N.C; Department/McAllister Human Relations Award presented annu-
ally to deserving citizens by Human Relations Department, Fayetteville, N.C;
Community Service Award, Raleigh Chapter Z0I3 sorority; Service Award, PIC and



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Jobs Training; Distinguished Service, Cape Fear Valley Medical Center
Distinguished Service, National Association of Black County Officials; Leadership
Award, F.S.U. School of Education; Outstanding Service Award, WTVD Advisory
Committee; Loyal Service Award, The National Association for Sickle Cell Disease;
Achievement Award, Mount Sinai Baptist Church; 1st Annual Martin Luther King
Award, Mt. Sinai Baptist Church; Community Service Award, N.C. Sickle Cell
Syndrome Program.

Personal Information

Married, Freddie D. McAllister, December 23, 1961. Children: Shanda, Lavie and
Delvin Shadel. Member, Mount Sinai Baptist Church, Fayetteville, N.C, pianist and
church organist.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Co Chair: Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation.

Vice Chair: Financial Institutions.

Member: Children, Youth and Families; Education Subcommittee on Preschool,

Elementary & Secondary Education; Transportation Subcommittee on Airports,

Railways & Waterways.




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W illard Eugene McCooi bs 5r

(Republican - Rowan County)

Eighty-third Representative District -
Portions of Rowan County.

Early Years

Born in Faith, Rowan County, June 16,
1925, to J. Ray McCombs and Irene Peeler
McCombs.

Educational Background

Granite Quarry High School, 1938-1942;
Catawba College.

Professional Background
Merchant, McCombs & Co., Grocery Store.

Orga n iza tions

Faith Jaycees, Treasurer, President, Life Member & Distinguished Service Award;
Faith Civitan, President (2 terms); Man of the Year (twice); Adjutant of American
Legion Post 327; Salisbury, Rowan Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors and
Outstanding Service Award; Chair, Tuberculosis Association; United Way; Faith
Fourth of July, Chair, Treasurer and Purchasing Agent, 1951-present; Served on
Faith Town Board, 1948-61; Mayor, 1959-61; Rowan County Board of Health, ten
years; Centralina Council of Government, Rowan Delegate, ten years, Chair, 1973;
Served on Law & Order Commission for four years (appointed by Governor James
Holshouser); Served on Board of Human Resources (appointed by Governor James
Holshouser); Trustee for Teachers & State Employees Retirement System (appointed
by Governor Jim Martin); Director, Carolina Maid.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1993-Present.

Military Service

U.S. Army, 31st Infantry, PFC, 1943-1946.

Personal Information

Married, Jean (Fisher) McCombs, June 14, 1946. Children: Pamela Jean and Keith
Fisher. Member, Shiloh United Church of Christ; Consistory President, four years;
Church & Ministry Committee; Trustee; Budget Committee; Building and Finance
Committee.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Member: Courts and Justice; Finance; Financial Institutions; Pensions and
Retirement; Transportation Subcommittee on Highways.



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(Democrat - Davidson County)

Thirty-seventh Representative District -
Portions of Davidson County.

Early Years

Born in Lexington, Davidson County,
February 19, 1930, to John Cletus and
Flossie Reevas McCrary.

Educational Background

Lexington High School, 1948; Atlantic
Christian College, 1952, B.A. Science.

Professional Background

Sheriff (retired); Sheriff of Davidson
County, 1974-1990.

Organizations

Past President, N.C. Sheriffs' Association; Past Chair, Executive Committee, N.C.
Sheriffs' Association; Member, Executive Committee, N.C. Sheriffs' Association;
Member, N.C. Sheriffs' Education and Training Standards Commission; Member,
N.C. Law Enforcement Association; Member, National Sheriffs' Association; Member,
Lexington Kiwanis Club.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1993-present.

Personal Information

Married, Jean (Amerson) McCrary, May 10, 1953. Children, John Robert McCrary,
Betty McCrary Beam and Paula McCrary Teague. Member, First United Methodist,
Lexington.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Member: Appropriations Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety; Judiciary I;
Local and Regional Government I; Public Utilities; Rules, Calendar, Operations
of the House.




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J ohn Bell McLaughlin

(Democrat - Mecklenburg County)

Fifty-fourth Representative District -
Portions of Mecklenburg County.

Early Years

Born in Mecklenburg County, September 1,
1925, to John and Maude (Utley)
McLaughlin.

Educational Background

Newell Public Schools.

Professional Background

Retired (former postmaster, farmer, mer-
chant and businessman).

Organiza tions

American Legion Post 287; Newell - UNC-Charlotte Lions Club.

Boards and Commissions

Former member, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, (10 years).

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1985-86, 1987-88, 1989-90, 1991-92, 1993-
present.

Military Service

Served, U.S. Army, 1950-52 (Corporal).

Personal Information

Married, Margaret Alexander of Mecklenburg County, June 20, 1954. Three children.
Member, Back Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church; Elder.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Co-Chair: Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation.

Vice-Chair: Local and Regional Government II.

Member: Insurance; Judiciary I; Transportation Subcommittee on Highways.



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Charles L. McLawhom

(Democrat - Pitt County)

Ninth Representative District - Portions
of Pitt and Greene Counties.

Early Years

Born in Winterville, Pitt County, North
Carolina, July 13, 1927, to R.H. and Janie
(Tyson) McLawhorn.

Educational Background

Ayden High School, Ayden, North Carolina,
1944; Oak Ridge Military School, 1944;
North Carolina State University.

Professional Background

Farmer, self-employed businessman.

Organizations

The Pitt-Greenville Airport Authority; American Dairy Association, Treasurer; East
Carolina Producers Association, President; South Pitt Development Corporation; Pitt
County Farm Bureau; East Carolina University Pirate Club; The Jaycees; American
Association of Retired Persons (AARP); The American Legion.

Boards and Commissions

Member, State Board of Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Committee; Farm
Bureau Dairy Service Committee; President and Board Member - North Carolina
Dairy Foundation; North Carolina Milk Commission; Pitt County Development
Commission; Pitt County Board of Health; Board of Visitors, Diabetes Center, ECU
School of Medicine; Greene County Committee of 100; Coastal Plains Development
Commission; Pamlico-Tar River Foundation - Member, Board of Directors of: First
National Bank in Ayden, Planters National Bank of Ayden, East Carolina Vocational
Center, Pitt-Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Ayden Chamber of Commerce and
Grifton Chamber of Commerce.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1991-92, 1993-present; two-term Pitt
County Commissioner; member, North Carolina Association of County
Commissioners and the National Association of County Commissioners; Pitt County
Young Democrats (President); Pitt County Democratic Party (Treasurer) and State
Democratic Executive Committee.

Military Service

U.S. Navy (WWII).

Personal Information

Married, Brownie Dail, November 28, 1946. Children: Charles, Jr., Leon Dail and
Stephen. Member, Reedy Branch Baptist Church.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Chair: Transportation Subcommittee on Airports, Railways & Waterways.

Vice Chair: Agriculture; Transportation.

Member: Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation; Business and Labor

Subcommittee on Travel and Tourism; Children, Youth and Families; Public

Employees.



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L inwood Eborn Merce r

(Democrat - Pitt County)

Eighth Representative District - Portions

of Edgecombe, Greene, Martin and Pitt

Counties.

Early Years

Born in Washington, Beaufort County,
September 12, 1946, to Linwood Erastus
Mercer and Elsie (Eborn) Mercer.

Educational Background

Washington High School, 1964; UNC-
Chapel Hill.

Professional Background

Businessman, The Mercer Group; Mayor,

Farmville, 1979-81; Pitt County Commissioner, Chair, 1991-92.

Orga n iza tion s

1993 Farmville Small Business Leader of the Year; Farmville Community Arts
Council, Chair; Farmville Economic Council, President; Pitt County Board of Health,
Vice Chair; Pitt County Development Commission; Pitt County Schools Education
Foundation.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1993-Present.

Personal Information

Married, Alice (Williams) Mercer, June 11, 1972. Children: Sarah, Becky and Nancy.
Member, Farmville United Methodist Church.




COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
Member: Agriculture; Financial Institutions; Local and Regional Government II;
Pensions and Retirement; Appropriations Subcommittee on General
Government.



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Henry M, Micfaaiix, Jr >

(Democrat- Durham County)

Twenty-third Representative District -
Portions of Durham County.

Early Years

Born in Durham, Durham County,
September 4, 1930, to Henry McKinley and
Isadore (Coates) Michaux, Sr.

Educational Background

Palmer Memorial Institute, 1948; N.C.
Central University, 1952, B.S.; N.C. Central
University, School of Law, 1964, J.D.;
Rutgers University and N.C. Central
University, graduate studies.

Professional Background

Attorney and business executive (Executive Vice President and Director: Union
Insurance and Realty Company; Glenview Memorial Park, Inc.; Washington Terrace
Apartments, Inc.; Terrace Insurance and Realty Company).

Organizations

N.C. State and National Bar Associations; N.C. Association of Black Lawyers; George
H. White Bar Association; National Association of Real Estate Brokers, General
Counsel, 1966-77.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1973-74, 1975-76, 1977, 1985-86, 1987-88,
1989-90, 1991-92, 1993-present. Speaker, Democratic Convention, 1984; United
States Attorney, Middle District of N.C, 1977-1981, Delegate, Democratic
Convention, 1976; District Solicitor, 1969.

Military Service

Served, U.S. Army, 1952-54; Reserves, 1954-60 (Sergeant).

Honors and Awards
Honorary Doctor of Law, N.C. Central University and Durham College.

Personal Information

Children: Jocelyn (Winston) Simeon. Member, St. Joseph's AME Church, Durham;
Steward Board.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Chair: Judiciary I.

Vice-Chair: Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House.

Member: Appropriations Subcommittee on Education; Courts and Justice; Ethics;
Public Employees.



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(Democrat - Durham County)

Twenty-third Representative District -
Portions of Durham County.

Early Years

Born in Spencer, Rowan County, May 14,
1930, to George W. and Blanche M.
(Iddings) Miller.

Educational Background

Spencer Elementary and High School, 1936-
48; UNC-Chapel Hill, B.S. (Business
Administration); UNC-Chapel Hill, School
of Law, 1954-57, LL.B.

Professional Background

Attorney (firm Haywood, Denny, Miller, Johnson, Sessoms & Patrick).

Orga n iza tions

Durham County, N.C. and American Bar Associations; International Association of
Insurance Counsels; Phi Alpha Delta; Sertoma Club.

Boards and Commissions

Board of Visitors, N.C. Central University School of Law; Utility Review Commission;
American College of Trial Lawyers; UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Visitors.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1971, 1973-74, 1975-76, 1977-78, 1979-80,
1981-82, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1987-88; 1989-90, 1991-92, 1993-; N.C. Young Democrats
Club (President, 1964-65).

Military Service

Served, U.S. Marine Corps, 1951-53 (Sergeant).

Personal Information

Married, Eula Hux, June 21, 1958. Children: Elizabeth Ann, Blanche Rose and
George, III. Member, Duke Memorial Methodist Church, Durham, former Chair,
Duke Memorial Week Day School Committee; former member; Official Board.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Co-Chair: Finance.
Vice Chair: Public Utilities.

Member: Constitutional Amendments and Referenda; Judiciary I; Rules, Calendar,
and Operations of the House.



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Ralph Bradley Miller

(Democrat - Wake County)

Sixty-first Representative District -
Portions of Wake County

Early Years

Born in Fayetteville, Cumberland County,
May 19, 1953, to Nathan David Miller and
Margaret (Hale) Miller.

Educational Background

Terry Sanford High School, 1971; UNC-
Chapel Hill, 1975, B.A., Political Science;
London School of Economics, 1978, M.S.,
Comparative Government; Columbia
University School of Law, 1979, J.D.

Professional Background
Attorney at Law.

Orga n iza tions

N.C. Bar Association; N.C. Academy of Trial Lawyers; Wake County Bar Association;
Raleigh Chamber of Commerce; Raleigh Civitan Club.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1993-Present; Chair, Wake County
Democrat Party, 1985-87; Member, State Executive Committee; N.C. Democrat Party,
1985-89, 1991-present.

Personal Information

Married, Esther Hall, December 19, 1981. Member, Christ Church.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Member: Environment; Finance; Health and Human Services Subcommittee on
Health Care & Access; Insurance; Judiciary III.



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orris Miner



(Republican - Wake County)

Sixty-second Representative District-
Portions of Wake County.

Early Years

Born in Johnson City, Washington, TN,
December 23, 1962, to Morris Miner and
Shirley (Asher) Miner.

Educational Background

Fuquay-Varina High School, 1981;
Campbell University, 1989, BBA.

Professional Background

Sales, Warp Technologies Corporation.

Orga n iza tion s

Cary Chamber of Commerce.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1993-present; Chair, Fourth Congressional
District, Republican Party, 1993-present; National Chair, College Republican
National Committee, 1985-87; State Director, Jack Kemp for President, 1987-88.

Personal Information

Member, Fuquay-Varina Baptist.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Member: Education Subcommittee on Preschool, Elementary & Secondary
Education; Environment; Finance; Judiciary I; Public Employees.




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W illiam Franklin Mitch el 1

(Republican - Iredell County)

Forty-second Representative District -
Portions of Iredell County.

Early Years

Born in Statesville, Iredell County, July 26,
1940, to Grady S. Mitchell and Elsie (Rash)
Mitchell.

Educational Background

Hampton High School, 1958; Newport News
Shipbuilding Apprentice School, 1964, tool
making.

Professional Background

Farmer and Machine Ship, Mitchell
Machine Co.; Manufacturers Representative for several machine tool companies.

Organizations

Society of Manufacturing Engineers; Olin Masonic Lodge No. 226.

Boards and Commissions

Advisory Board, Mitchell Community College; Statesville Airport Commission; Iredell
County Fire Commission, Iredell County Jury Commission.

Political Activities

Member, N.C. House of Representatives, 1993-present; Iredell County Commissioner,
1990-92, Precinct Chair.

Personal Information

Married, Gayle (Johnson) Mitchell, January 8, 1988. Children: Bonnie Mitchell
Riddle, Robert Mitchell, Sharon Mitchell, Keith Smith and Keeley Smith. Member,
St. John's Lutheran Church.

COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

Member: Agriculture; Business and Labor Subcommittee on Labor Relations and
Employment; Finance; Local and Regional Government II; Rules, Calendar, and
Operations of the House.






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R ichard Hancock Moo re

(Democrat - Vance County)

Twenty-second Representative District-
Person and portions of Franklin,
Granville, Halifax, Vance and Warren
Counties.

Early Years



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