10/08/1883 - 06/04/1948

STOCKHAM, Thomas B., a Representative from Bucks County; born in Morrisville, Bucks County, Pa., October 8, 1883; graduated, Drexel Institute of Technology; civil engineer; architect; real estate and insurance industry; elected, mayor, Morrisville; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1935 term and served 6 consecutive terms thereafter; appointed, Pennsylvania Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1939-1940); appointed, Interstate Commission on Crime and Defense (1943-1944); appointed, Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (1943-1948); appointed, Commission on Interstate Cooperation (1943-1948: Subcommittee on  Conservation, 1943-1946: Subcommittee on Crime and Defense, 1943-1946: Subcommittee on Highway and Bridge Post-War Program, 1943-1946: Subcommittee on Trade Barriers and Miscellaneous Problems, 1943-1946); appointed, Commission to Study School System (1945-1946); appointed, Joint Legislative Committee on Industrial Development and Expansion (1947-1948); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (1947-1948, Committee on Administrative Agencies); died while in office, June 4, 1948 in Newton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; interred, Morrisville Cemetery, Morrisville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.    

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