Sessions Office Position District Party
1965 Representative Republican
1966 Representative Republican
1967 Representative Republican
1968 Representative Republican
1969 Representative 154 Republican
1970 Representative 154 Republican
1971 Representative 154 Republican
1972 Representative 154 Republican
1973 Representative 154 Republican
1974 Representative 154 Republican
1975 Representative 154 Republican
1976 Representative 154 Republican
1977 Representative 154 Republican
1978 Representative 154 Republican
Counties Montgomery


06/15/1928 - 01/12/1990

MEBUS, Charles Fillmore, a Representative from Montgomery County; born in Abington, Montgomery County, Pa., June 15, 1928; attended Abington High School and Thomas Jefferson High School; B.S., chemistry (1949) and sanitary engineering (1951), The Pennsylvania State University; completed, R.O.T.C. Program; captain, United States Army Reserve (1949-1951 and 1953-1961); United States Army, Corps of Engineers (1951-1953, Korean War); registered civil engineer, Upper Moreland Township and the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Sewer Authority; precinct committee member; Montgomery County Republican Speakers Bureau (1960); president, George B. Mebus Inc., consulting engineers; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1965 term and served 6 consecutive terms thereafter; appointed, Speaker's Committee on Tax Reform (1970); appointed, Local Government Commission (1973-1978); not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1979 term; elected, Chief Clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1979-1980); Special Assistant to the Majority Leader, Republican Caucus, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1981); Deputy Secretary for Public Works, Pennsylvania Department of General Services (1983); appointed, Pennsylvania Board of Claims (1983-1986); died, January 12, 1990 in Hershey, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania; interred, Hillside Cemetery, Big Pond, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

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