Walter Henry Moeller
|Member of the U.S.HouseofRepresentatives |
from Ohio's 10th district
January 3, 1959 –January 3, 1963
|Preceded by||Thomas A. Jenkins|
|Succeeded by||Pete Abele|
January 3,1965 –January 3,1967
|Preceded by||Pete Abele|
|Succeeded by||Clarence E. Miller|
|Died||April 13,1999 89) (aged|
Walter Henry Moeller (March 15,1910 –April 13,1999) was an American politician from the Democratic Party. He served Ohio's 10th congressional district in the House of Representatives,during the 86th,87th,and 89th Congresses.
Moeller was born on March 15,1910,in New Palestine,Indiana. He entered a Lutheran seminary in 1935 and served as a pastor in the 1940s and after his retirement from politics.
Moeller became active in Ohio politics in the 1950s,serving in the United States House of Representatives from 1959 to 1963 and from 1965 to 1967. He acted as an assistant to the education director of NASA and was a member of Kiwanis.
Moeller died in Santa Barbara,California,on April 13,1999,age 89,after doing pastoral work in the state.
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