Vermont General Assembly Members, 2009
A WORLD WIDE WEB PUBLICATION OF THE VERMONT SECRETARY
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VERMONT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
ROBERT W. LEWIS
of Derby, Orleans County, Republican, was born in Ellenville, New York on December 15, 1951. He was educated at Rondout Valley High School, Stone Ridge, N.Y.; SUNY @ Morrisville, New York; UCCC @ Stone Ridge, New York; Associate Degree in Criminal Justice; Graduate of New York Correctional Services Academy; Nebraska State Patrol Academy and the Vermont State Police Academy. He has lived in Derby the past 23 years and was a previous resident of Enosburg Falls, Vermont for 2 years. He has been married for 36 years and has a son and a daughter. New York State Correctional Officer, 1973-1977; Nebraska State Patrol Trooper, 1977-1984; Vermont State Police Trooper, 1984-1989; Vermont State Game Warden, 1989-2007 and retired from State of Vermont September 2007. He is on the Advisory board of the Vermont Assoc. of Snow Travelers (VAST); Director on the Orleans Essex VNA/Hospice Inc. Board; and on the NVDA (Northern Vt. Development Assoc.) Board. Longtime member of Derby Fish & Game Club; Orleans Rod & Gun Club; Vermont Fish & Wildlife Conservation Group; Vermont Game Wardens Association; NRA; North American Wildlife Enforcement Officers Association; Police Officers Association of Nebraska; Vermont Police Association; and Vermont State Employees Association. Appointed to House on March 1, 2008. Home phone: (802) 766-8824. POST OFFICE ADDRESS: 41 Bates Hill Road, Derby, Vt. 05829. Email address: email@example.com.
of Derby, Orleans County, Republican, was born in Newport, Vermont, on February 8, 1965. A 1984 graduate of North Country Union High School in Newport, he went on to graduate from Johnson State College with a B.A. in psychology. Scott is a community relations writer at North Country Hospital in Newport. He is also the owner and publisher of Vermontís Northland Journal, and the author of Rumrunners and Revenuers: Prohibition in Vermont. His next book, When Salmon Were Kingdom: Echoes from the Clyde River, will be published in 2007. In addition to involvement with numerous history organizations around the state, Scott is a member of the Center for Research on Vermont at the University of Vermont. He dedicates hundreds of hours each year sharing and preserving the history of the Northeast Kingdom. Scott and his wife, Penny, have three children - two sons in college and a daughter in high school. He can be reached at: 2180 Pine Hill Rd, Newport, Vermont 05855, and by phone at 334-5920.
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