11/24/1926 - 10/26/2000

ARTY MAJORS, Mary Ann, a Representative from Delaware County; born in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa., November 24, 1926; graduated, Philadelphia High School for Girls, 1944; R.N., Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1947; B.S., West Chester State College (now West Chester University of Pennsylvania), 1966; graduate studies, University of Pennsylvania; lecturer; Certified Health Officer; registered nurse; community health director, Springfield Township; founder, National Alliance for Eradication of Venereal Disease; member, Springfield Township Republican Committee (1966-1978); member, Health Protection and Disease Prevention Committee, White House Conference on Children (1970); vice chair, Delaware County Republican Executive Committee (1970-1998); elected, delegate, Republican National Convention (1972); appointed, board of commissioners, Springfield Township; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1978 and reelected to serve 4 more consecutive terms; delegate, White House Conference on Families (1980); appointed, Special Bipartisan Committee to Investigate Food and Cheese Distribution (1984); appointed, Select Committee to Investigate the Commonwealth's Response to Medicaid Fraud (1986); appointed, Select Committee to Investigate the Problem of Teenage Pregnancies and Parenting in Pennsylvania (1986); resigned from the House, January 3, 1988; elected, Delaware County Council (1989-1996; chair, 1991-1996); director, Delaware County Human Services (1996-1998); died, October 26, 2000 in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida.

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