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Ronald Walters, Sr.'s Biography
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Ronald 'Ron' N. Walters, Sr.
Wife: Debra; 2 Children: Chris, Ronald Jr
MA, Medical Economics, Michigan School of Economics
BS, Economics, University of Michigan, 1974
Delegate, West Virginia State House of Delegates, 1992-1998, 2000-2016
Candidate, West Virginia State Senate, District 17, 1998
Former Member, Banking and Insurance Committee, West Virginia State House of Delegates
Former Member, Finance Committee, West Virginia State House of Delegates
Former Member, Join Economic Development Committee, West Virginia State Legislature
Former Member, Joint Finance Committee, West Virginia State Legislature
Former Member, Joint Pensions and Retirement Committee, West Virginia State Legislature
Former Member, Pensions and Retirement Committee, West Virginia State House of Delegates
Chair, Republican Task Force on Health Care Reform
Former Member, Senior Citizen Issues, West Virginia State House of Delegates
President, R.N. Walters and Associates, 1992-present
Insurance Agent, R.N. Walters and Associates, 1992-present
Instructor, Economics, Fairmont State College
Vice President, DeVan and Company, 1980-1992
Vice President, McDonough Corporate Employee Benefits, 1977-1980
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, Chamber of Commerce
Member, National Rifle Association
Member, National Structured Settlements Trade Association
Member, No-Frill Health Care Committee
Member, Saint Paul Lutheran Church
Board Member, West Virginia Professional Independent Insurance Association
Board Member, West Virginia Head Injury Foundation, 1999
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