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Jones, Richard C. "Dick"

House 1961-62 (District 42)

Party when first elected:  Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus

Counties Served:  Ramsey

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Date of Birth: ??/??/1926
Birth Place: West Concord, Minnesota
Birth County: Dodge
Birth Country: United States
Date of Death: 8/3/1969
Gender: Male
Religion: Lutheran
Reported Minority: None Reported
Other Names: Dick
City of Residence (when first elected): Saint Paul
Occupation (when first elected): Attorney

EDUCATION

Dodge County Public Schools; Secondary;
University of Minnesota, School of Business Administration; B.B.A.; 1948
Minneapolis College of Law; B.S.L.;
Minneapolis College of Law; LL.B.; 1956

OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE

Military: Lake Johanna Civil Defense Unit, Minnesota; 19?? to 19??
Military: United States Armed Forces (World War II, European Theatre); 194? to 19??
Municipal Council/Aldermen: Arden Hills, Minnesota (Village Council); 1959 to 1960

FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS

Spouse: Lois
Children: Two children: Sandra and Susan (daughters)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:

GENERAL NOTES

He died at St. Paul-Ramsey Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota. His funeral was held at Trinity Lutheran Church of Lake Johanna in Arden Hills, Minnesota. He was buried in Hillside Cemetery in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Religion provided by his obituary.

Total Days Served: 735

SESSIONS SERVED

62nd Legislative Session (1961-1962)

  Session Details
Body: House
District: 42
Elected: 11/8/1960
Residence: Saint Paul
Term of Office: 1/3/1961 to 1/7/1963
Counties Represented: Ramsey
Occupation: Attorney
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:
  • Banking
  • Highways
  • Judiciary
  • University
  • Welfare
Articles & Books About
"Richard Jones, Former State Legislator, Dies (Obituary). St. Paul Pioneer Press, August 5, 1969.

"Services Tomorrow for Richard C. Jones (Obituary)." Minneapolis Star, August 5, 1969.