09/09/1909 - 08/22/2000

MARINO, Russell, a Representative from Washington County; born, September 9, 1909 in Washington, Washington County, Pa.; graduated, Washington High School, 1928; attended, government, Washington & Jefferson College (1928-1932); corporal, United States Army (1942-1945, World War II; Good Conduct Medal, Bronze Star recipient); secretary, Washington County Democratic Committee (1934-1936); radio announcer and news commentator, W.N.U.U. (1932-1935); editor, Weekly Times; unsuccessful candidate to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1935 term; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to the 1937 term (Sworn-In on December 1, 1936); unsuccessful campaign for reelection to the House for the 1939 term; journal clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1940-1941); unsuccessful campaign, United States Congress (1946); chief clerk, treasurer's office, Washington County; deputy controller, Washington County; unsuccessful campaign, treasurer, Washington County (1955); assistant to the deputy secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Revenue; elected, treasurer, Washington County (1964-1967); elected, register of wills, Washington County (1968-1974); died, August 22, 2000; interred, Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania.

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