06/19/1919 - 08/22/1997

GREENFIELD, Roland, a Representative from Philadelphia County; born, June 19, 1919, in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa.; graduated, Central High School; B.S., Temple University, 1946; attended, University of Pennsylvania Institute on State and Local Government; served, 83rd Infantry, United States Army (1942-1943, World War II); real estate broker; assistant controller, Philadelphia (1960-1966); member, 53rd Ward Democrat Committee; member, Democratic State Committee; elected as a Democrat to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1966 and served 7 more consecutive terms, elected, Majority Whip (May 25,1977-1978); elected, Minority Caucus Chair (1979-1980); appointed, Special Committee to Study the Public Employee Relations Act (of 1970) (1973); appointed, Select Committee to Investigate the Betsy Ross Bridge, The Pulaski Expressway and the Northeast Freeway (1973); appointed, Joint State Government Commission (1977-1980); not a candidate for reelection to the House (1982); employee, Philadelphia Parking Authority; assistant, city council, Philadelphia; died, August 22, 1997 in Ventnor City, Atlantic County, New Jersey; interred, Emeth Shalom Cemetery, Pleasantville, Atlantic County, New Jersey.

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