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Lucy Weber's Biography

Office:

Contact Information

107 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301

217 Old Keene Road
Walpole, NH 03608-4845

Full Name:

Lucy McVitty Weber

Gender:

Female

Family:

Widowed

Birth Date:

08/05/1952

Birth Place:

New York, NY

Home City:

Walpole, NH

JD, Vermont Law School, 1985

MA, Environmental Law, Vermont Law School, 1985

BA, Tufts University, 1974

Representative, New Hampshire State House of Representatives, District Cheshire 1, 2006-present

Former Assistant Democratic Leader, New Hampshire State House of Representatives

Former Chair/Vice Chair/Member, Walpole County Delegation

Candidate, New Hampshire State House of Representatives, District Cheshire 1, 2018, 2020

Speaker Pro Tempore, New Hampshire State House of Representatives, 2019-2020

Former Member, Children and Family Law Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives

Former Assistant Democratic Leader, Committee on Redistricting, New Hampshire State House of Representatives

Former Chair, Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives

Former Member, Judiciary Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives

Former Chair, Legislative Administration Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives

Former Member, Legislative Administration Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives

Owner, Walpole Inn, 1998-2006

Attorney, Weber, Perra, Munzing and McVitty Professional Corporation/Weber, Perra and Wilson, Professional Corporation, 1986-1996

Teacher, Lebanon School District, 1977-1982

Volunteer, Court Appointed Special Advocates

Member, Walpole Zoning Board of Adjustment, 2002-2007

Board Member, Friends of the Walpole Town Library, 2003-2006

Board Member, Walpole Historical Society, 2003-2006

President, Friends of the Walpole Town Library, 2003-2005

Member, Elderlaw Committee, Vermont Bar Association, 1994-1996

Member, Ethics Committee, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, 1991-1996

Board Member, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, 1989-1993

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