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Eck, Carl W.

House 1955-56 (District 44)

Party when first elected:  Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus

Counties Served:  Anoka, Isanti

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Date of Birth: ??/??/1904 (uncertain)
Birth Place:
Birth County:
Birth Country:
Date of Death: 3/17/1976
Gender: Male
Religion: Lutheran
Reported Minority: None Reported
Other Names:
City of Residence (when first elected): Circle Pines
Occupation (when first elected): Administrator, Midland Cooperatives Inc.

EDUCATION

Marquette University; Attended College;
State College, River Falls, Wisconsin; B.A.;

OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE

State Board/Commission/Council: Minnesota Governor's Committee on Suburban Problems; 19?? to 19??
School Board/Administration: School District 48, Anoka County, Minnesota (School Board); 19?? to 19??
Municipal Mayor: Circle Pines, Minnesota (Village Mayor); 1950 to 1952
Municipal Mayor: Circle Pines, Minnesota (Village Mayor); 1958 to 1961
Municipal Mayor: Circle Pines, Minnesota (Village Mayor); 1966 to 1967

FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS

Spouse: Elsie
Children: Three children: Don (son), Helen and Catherine (daughters)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:

GENERAL NOTES

He was 72 years old when he died in 1976, so he must have been born around 1904.

He died of a heart ailment in Covina, California. His funeral was held at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Circle Pines, Minnesota.

Religion provided by his obituary.

Total Days Served: 735

SESSIONS SERVED

59th Legislative Session (1955-1956)

  Session Details
Body: House
District: 44
Elected: 11/2/1954
Residence: Circle Pines
Term of Office: 1/4/1955 to 1/7/1957
Counties Represented: Anoka, Isanti
Occupation: Administrator, Midland Cooperatives Inc.
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Liberal Caucus
Committees:
  • Claims
  • Education
  • Elections
  • Municipal Affairs
  • Penal Institutions
  • Reapportionment
Articles & Books About
"Carl Eck Funeral Scheduled Friday (Obituary)." St. Paul Pioneer Press, March 20, 1976.