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Deborah Stevens' Biography
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Deborah 'Debbie' R. Stevens
Husband: Brian; 1 Child: Leslie
Attended, Potomac State College, 1988
Attended, Fairmont State College, 1975-1982
Diploma, Elkins High School, 1975
Candidate, West Virginia House of Delegates, District 46, 2010
Candidate, West Virginia State House of Delegates, District 46, 2006
Member, Tucker County Republican Executive Committee, 2001-2004
Member, West Virginia Public Policy Council, 2002
Candidate, West Virginia State House of Delegates, District 46, 2002
Committee Member, Tucker County Republican Executive Committee, 2001-present
Member/TCDA, Marketing Committee, 2000-present
Chair/TCDA, Tucker County Aquaculture Committee, 2000-present
Member, Mon. Scenic By Way Committee, 1999-present
Board Member, Tucker County Developement Authority, 1999-present
Broker-Realtor, Steven's Reality and Management, 1995-present
Realtor, Advance and Cardinal Realty, 1993-1995
Administrative Secretary, Bio-Medical of Elkins, 1991-1993
Human Resources A-P /Payroll, Hinchcliff Lumber Company, 1986-1989
Owner, Deb's Donuts and Bakery, 1984-1985
Data Entry Clerk, West Virginia Energy Center, 1983-1985
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, Parsons Womens Investment Club, 2001-present
Past Member, Tucker County Chamber of Commerce, 1996-present
Member, Hendricks Ruritan Club, 1991-2006
President/Charter Member, Parsons Revitalization Organization, 2001-2006
Member, Business & Professional Womens Club of Elkins, 2002-2005
Board Member, Hospice Care Corporation, 1999-2004
Member, Barbour and Preston County Chamber of Commerce, 1996-2002
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