01/24/1891 - 03/11/1988

WOOD, Norman, a Representative from Lancaster County; born in Fulton Township, Lancaster County, Pa., January 24, 1891; graduated, Fulton Township High School; attended, The George School; attended, The Pennsylvania State (University) College; dairy farmer; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1923 term and served 20 consecutive terms thereafter; elected, Minority Caucus Chair (1959-1962); elected, Majority Caucus Chair (1963-1964); appointed, Special Committee to Select Measures on the Subject of Abating Penalties and Interest on Delinquent Taxes (1935-1936); appointed, chair, Commission on Interstate Cooperation Sub-Committee on Traffic Safety and Defense Lighting Problems (1943-1946); appointed, Local Government Commission (1943-1956; chair, 1951-1956); appointed, Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1947-1960; chair, Sub-committee on Traffic Safety, 1949-1950; Sub-Committee on Agriculture, 1949-1950); appointed, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (1951-1952); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (1957-1964); appointed, Legislative Budget and Finance Committee (1961-1964); not a candidate for reelection to the House (1964); died, March 11, 1988 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; interred, Eastland Friends Burial Ground, Little Britain, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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