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Earl Wentworth's Biography
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Earl 'Jeff' Jeffrey Wentworth
Wife: Karla; 2 Children: Jason, Matthew
JD, Texas Tech University School of Law
BA, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1962
Candidate, Texas State Senate, District 25, 2012
Senator, Texas State Senate, 1993-2012
Representative, Texas State House of Representatives, District 123, 1988-1992
Commissioner, Bexar County, Precinct 3, 1976-1982
Chair, Legislative Effectiveness and State Government Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures, present
Chair, Texas Legislative Tourism Caucus
Attorney, Self-Employed, 1972-present
Practicing Attorney, Loeffler Tuggey Pauerstein Rosenthal Limited Liability Partnership
Reporter, Lubbock Avalanche Journal
Assistant, Lubbock County Attorney
Real Estate Broker
Regent, Texas State University System, 1987-1988
Assistant, United States Congressman Bob Price, Texas, 1966-1968, 1971-1972
Intelligence Officer, United States Army, 1962-1965
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, Board of Directors, Natural Resources Foundation, Texas, present
Member, Board of Directors, Rotary Club, San Antonio, present
Member, Board of Governors, Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), San Antonio/Hill Country, present
Member, Board of Realtors, San Antonio, present
Member, Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, present
Former President, Law Student Division, American Bar Association
Member, North San Antonio Chambers of Commerce, present
Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation, present
Member, World Affairs Council, San Antonio, present
Participant, Governor for A Day, Texas, November 20, 2004
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