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Elizabeth Miller

https://www.legis.iowa.gov/Legislators/legislatorAllYears.aspx?PID=40 October 15, 2012

Elizabeth Miller State Senator Republican Occupation: Housewife Home County: Marshall Dates Served: 01/08/1979 - 01/11/1981 District: 20 ELIZABETH R. MILLER Marshalltown 20th Senatorial District Republican Born Aug. 24, 1905 in Marshalltown, daughter of Stephen and Lenore Shank. Graduated Marshalltown High School, 1923. Married John Bascom Miller 1923. Four children. Republican Woman of year for Marshall County 1969; Outstanding Civic Leaders Award, 1967; Merit Mother of Year 1974. Member Congregational Church, Farm Bureau, County Federation of Republican Women, Marshalltown Woman's Club, Iowa Federation of Republican Women, American Institute of Parliamentarians, Marshalltown Business and Professional Women, National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club and National Order of Women Legislators. In Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in Government and Who's Who in America. Two terms Iowa House. Seven years in Senate. State Senator Republican Occupation: Housewife Home County: Marshall Dates Served: 01/10/1977 - 01/07/1979 District: 20 ELIZABETH R. MILLER Marshalltown 20th Senatorial District Republican Born Aug. 24, 1905, in Marshalltown, daughter of Stephen and Lenore Shank. Graduated Marshalltown High School, 1923. Married John Bascom Miller, 1923. Four children. Republican Woman of Year for Marshall County, 1969; Outstanding Civic Leaders Award, 1967; Merit Mother of Year, 1974. Member Congregational Church, Farm Bureau, County Federation of Republican Women, Marshalltown Woman's Club, Iowa Federation of Republican Women, American Institute of Parliamentarians, Marshalltown Business and Professional Women, National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club, and National Order of Women Legislators. In Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in Government, and Who's Who in America. Two terms, Iowa House. Second term in Senate.

State Senator Republican Occupation: Housewife Home County: Marshall Dates Served: 01/14/1975 - 01/09/1977 District: 20 ELIZABETH R. MILLER Marshalltown, Republican 20th Senatorial District Born Aug. 24, 1905, in Marshalltown, daughter of Stephen and Lenore Shank. Graduated Marshalltown High School 1923. Married John Bascom Miller in Marshalltown Sept. 5, 1923. Six children. Member Congregational Church, Farm Bureau, County Federation of Republican Women, Marshalltown Woman's Club, YWCA, Marshall County Retarded Children's Association, Iowa Federation of Republican Women. Member American Institute of Parliamentarians, Marshalltown Business and Professional Women, National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club, National Order of Women Legislators. Selected 1969 Republican Woman of Year for Marshall County. Received Outstanding Civic Leaders award, 1967. Merit Mother of Year, 1974, Iowa Mothers Association. In Who's Who of American Women. Two years, Iowa House. First term, Senate. State Senator Republican Occupation: Housewife Home County: Marshall Dates Served: 01/08/1973 - 01/12/1975 District: 20 ELIZABETH R. MILLER Marshalltown Republican 20th Senatorial District Born Aug. 24, 1905, in Marshalltown, daughter of Stephen and Lenore Shank. Graduated Marshalltown High School 1923. Married John Bascom Miller in Marshalltown Sept. 5, 1923. Sons and daughters: John Bascom Miller, Jr.; Edward James Miller; Mrs. Tom Speas; and Mrs. Russell Weeden, Jr. Member Congregational Church, Farm Bureau, County Federation of Republican Women, Marshalltown Woman's Club, YWCA, International Platform Association, Marshall County Retarded Children's Association. Two terms campaign activities chairman Iowa Federation of Republican Women. Member American Institute of Parliamentarians, Central Iowa Parliamentarians, Marshalltown Business and Professional Women, Nat'l Order of Women Legislators. Selected in 1969 Republican Woman of Year for Marshall County. Received Outstanding Civic Leaders award for Outstanding Civic Leaders of America 1967. Listed in Who's Who of American Women. Two years in Iowa House. First term in Iowa Senate.

State Representative Republican Occupation: Housewife Home County: Marshall Dates Served: 01/11/1971 - 01/07/1973 District: 36 ELIZABETH R. MILLER Marshalltown Marshall County Republican. Born Aug. 24, 1905, in Marshalltown, daughter of Stephen and Lenore Shank. Graduated Marshalltown High School 1923. Married John Bascom Miller In Marshalltown Sept. 5, 1923. Sons and daughters: John Bascom Miller, Jr.; Edward James Miller; Mary Louise (Mrs. Tom Speas); and Elizabeth Arlene (Mrs. Russell Weeden, Jr.). Member Congregational Church, Farm Bureau, County Federation of Republican Women, Marshalltown Woman's Club. Two terms Third District Director, Federation of Women's Glubs. Two terms Campaign Activities Chairman Iowa Federation of Republican Women. Member American Institute of Parliamentarians, Central Iowa Parliamentarians, Marshalltown Business and Professional Women, present Legislative Chairman. Selected 1969 Republican Woman of the Year for Marshall County. Received Outstanding Civic Leaders award for Outstanding Civic Leaders of America 1967. Second term. State Representative Republican Occupation: Housewife Home County: Marshall Dates Served: 01/13/1969 - 01/10/1971 District: 51 ELIZABETH R. MILLER Marshalltown Marshall County Republican Born Aug. 24, 1905, in Marshalltown, daughter of Stephen and Lenora Shank. Graduated from Marshalltown High School 1923. Married John Bascom Miller in Marshalltown Sept. 5, 1923. Sons and daughters are John Bascom Miller, Jr., 42; Edward James Miller, 40; Mary Louise (Mrs. Tom Speas), 37; and Elizabeth Arlene (Mrs. Russell Weeden, Jr.), 33. Member United Church of Christ, Farm Bureau, County Federation of Republican Women, Marshalltown Woman's Club. Served two terms as third District Director of Federation of Women's Clubs, and now serving as chairman in Department of Public Affairs, Division of Personal Involvement in fourth district. Now serving as Campaign Activities Chairman of State Federation of Republican Women. Selected 1969 Republican Woman of the Year for Marshall County. Received Outstanding Civic Leaders Award for Outstanding Civic Leaders of America 1967. Serving first term.