Vermont General Assembly Members, 2007
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VERMONT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
MARK B. MITCHELL
was born in England but spent WW II in Ireland because his mother was an Irish American. When he came to the U.S., he went to public school where he gained experience as an American boy, loved being a boy scout, and raised cows and pigs with full milking responsibilities. He went to college and graduate school in architecture and served in the U.S. army where he was promoted to sergeant. Mark is deeply committed to his family; his wife of forty-nine years, their three sons and their six grandchildren. Many of his family are dyslexic. He has worked to find the best educational opportunities and solutions for each of them. Mark's wife is a teacher educator at Vermont College, and they are pleased that education, particularly in Vermont, has made great progress in the last 35 years in understanding learning differences. Mark's architectural practice has included design and planning for universities, colleges and libraries. He has served on many institutional boards, including the Norman Williams Public Library, the Windsor County Courthouse Advisory Committee and the Access Committee in Hanover. Mark won a Volunteers' for International Technical Assistance Award for his work for the Storefront Learning Center in Boston and several design awards including first place in the design competition for the Recreation Building at the Massachusetts Hospital School. Member of the House: 2007-2008. Home Phone: 234-9188. POST OFFICE ADDRESS: 1523 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT 05031.
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