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Thomas Beadle's Biography

Office: State House (ND) - District 27, Republican

Contact Information

State Capitol, 600 East Boulevard
Bismarck, ND 58505-0360

4266 Russet Avenue South
Fargo, ND 58104-8429

Full Name:

Thomas R. Beadle

Gender:

Male

Family:

Wife: Shana

Birth Date:

03/22/1987

Birth Place:

Nashville, TN

Home City:

Fargo, ND

Religion:

Lutheran

BA, Business Economics, Concordia College, 2005-2009

Representative, North Dakota State Assembly, 2010-present

Candidate, North Dakota State House of Representatives, District 27, 2018

Former Member, Industry, Business and Labor Committee, North Dakota State House of Representatives

Former Member, Judiciary Committee, North Dakota State Assembly

Former Member, Political Subdivisions Committee, North Dakota State House of Representatives

Business Development Manager, Super Studio, 2018-present

Commercial Director, Keller Williams Commercial Roers Real Estate, 2009-present

Head Coach of Speech and Debate Team, Fargo North High, Fargo Public Schools, 2005-present

Board Member, North Dakota Autism Center, Incorporated, 2018-present

Member, International Council of Shopping Centers - Real Estate Trade, 2010-present

Member, Chamber of Commerce - Young Professionals Network, 2009-present

Member, National Association of Realtors, 2009-present

Member, ND Governor's Youth Council, 2009-present

Member, Communication Speech and Theater Association of North Dakota

Member, Fargo-Moorhead Area Association of Realtors

Awards:

2009 NDHSAA State Debate Coach of the Year

Favorite Book:

Good to Great - Jim Collins
Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power - Jon Meacham
The One Thing - Gary Keller
A Song of Ice and Fire Series - George RR Martin
Harry Potter Series - JK Rowling

Favorite Quote:

"I do not think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday." -Abraham Lincoln

"Education begins the gentleman, but reading, good company and reflection must finish him." -John Locke

"Always leave the woodpile higher!" - Earl Strinden

Pets (include names):

Dog - Eisenhower

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