House 1983-92 (District 44B)
Party when first elected: Democratic-Farmer-Labor
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:
Reported Minority: None Reported
City of Residence (when first elected):
Saint Louis Park
Occupation (when first elected):
Minneapolis North High School; Secondary; Graduate
University of Minnesota; B.A.; Business
Metropolitan State University; B.A.; Business
Harvard University, Graduate School of Business; Fellowship; Small Business Management, Bush Fellowship
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Minnesota Commission on the Economic Status of Women;
19?? to 19??
Minnesota Governor's Mental Health Commission;
1984 to 198?
Dr. Martin A. Segal (married in March 1949)
Four children: Nolan, Thomas, and Robby (sons); Susan (daughter) (one of her children struggled with mental illness issues)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
She "shined a light on mental health issues and championed women's rights" (Star Tribune, November 9, 2019).
She won the election to House seat district 44B on November 3, 1992. She resigned on December 14, 1992 due to health reasons related to a cancerous brain tumor. The legislature convened on January 5, 1993.
She died from complications related to a cancerous brain tumor at home in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. Her funeral was held at Temple Israel in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Religion provided by the Jewish Community Relations Council.