|Member of the Wisconsin Senate |
from the 2nd district
January 4, 1909 –January 5, 1925
|Preceded by||Henry F. Hagemeister|
|Succeeded by||John B. Chase|
|Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly|
January 7,1907 –January 4,1909
|Preceded by||Willard Burdeau|
|Succeeded by||Ferdinand Wittig|
|Constituency||Brown 1st district|
January 7,1895 –January 4,1897
|Preceded by||Anton Van Der Heiden|
|Succeeded by||John M. Hogan|
|Constituency||Brown 2nd district|
|Sheriff of Brown County,Wisconsin|
January 1,1901 –January 1,1903
|Preceded by||Charles Prust|
|Succeeded by||William A. Gauerke|
|Died||December 31,1926 60) (aged|
|Resting place||Allouez Catholic Cemetery,Green Bay|
|Spouse||Frances M. Burke|
|Branch/service||Wisconsin National Guard|
|Years of service||1917–1920|
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