|Minister of Agriculture|
28 August 1963 –25 September 1963
|Prime Minister||John Lyng|
|Preceded by||Einar Wøhni|
|Succeeded by||Leif Granli|
|Vice President of the Odelsting|
8 October 1965 –30 September 1969
|Preceded by||Jakob Martin Pettersen|
|Succeeded by||Erland Steenberg|
|Member of the Norwegian Parliament|
1 January 1950 –30 September 1969
|Born||24 September 1908|
Fet, Akershus, Norway
|Died||12 September 1983 74) (aged|
Nord-Odal, Hedmark, Norway
|Spouse(s)||Martha Konstance Linnerud|
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He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Akershus in 1950, and was re-elected on four occasions. From August to September 1963 he served as the Minister of Agriculture during the short-lived centre-right cabinet Lyng. During this time his place in the Parliament was taken by Hans Christian Brevig.
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| Minister of Agriculture (Norway) |
August 1963–September 1963