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Bill Doyle's Biography
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William 'Bill' T. Doyle
Wife: Olene; 3 Children: Keith, Kelly, Lee
New York City, NY
EdD, Columbia University, 1960
MA, Columbia University, 1955
BA, Princeton University, 1949
Former Minority Leader, Vermont State Senate
Senator, Vermont State Senate, District Washington, 1969-2017
Republican National Convention, Delegate, 1976, 1988
Member, Advisory committee of Barre Area Vocational High School, 1965-1968
Member, Montpelier School Board, 1964-1968
Member, Union District High School #32 School Board, 1967-1968
Member, Central Vermont Economic Development
Member, Council of State Governments, Eastern Region Executive Committee
Former Member, Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs Committee, Vermont State Senate
Former Vice Chair, Education Committee, Vermont State Senate
Member, Republican city and county committees
Professor of Government and History, Johnson State College, 1958-present
Teacher, Montclair Academy, 1955-1958
Teacher, Lawrenceville School, 1949-1950
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Trustee, Woodbury College, 1998-present
Member, Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce, 1990-present
Member, Central Vermont Rotary Club, 1990-present
Member, Canadian Club, 1973-present
Member, Montpelier Elks, 1964-present
Member, Metro Incorporated
Member, New England Political Science Association
Board Member, Vermont Mountaineers
Trustee, Vermont Statehood Bicentennial Committee
Member, Montpelier Historical Society, 2006
Member, Central Vermont Economic Development Corporation, 1995-2002
Former Trustee, Vermont Historical Society, 1979-1985
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