|1977||Minority Caucus Administrator||12||Republican|
|1978||Minority Caucus Administrator||12||Republican|
COUNTIES: Bucks, Montgomery
Wilmot E. Fleming (R12) Montgomery County 1963-1964 (R12) Montgomery (Part) County 1965-1966 (R12) Bucks (Part) County 1967-1972 (R12) Bucks (Part), Montgomery (Part) Counties 1973-1978
Wilmot E. Fleming, born December 20, 1916, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; son of Wilmot and Lillie F. Bains Fleming, graduated, Cheltenham High School; Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania B.S.,1939; manufacturer; partner, Wilmot Fleming Engineering Company; president, Jenkintown Board of School Directors; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1963-1964; elected, Pennsylvania State Senate, Special Election, 1964-1978, minority caucus chairman, 1977-1978; married, Pauline Barnard Fleming; died, May 20, 1978, while in office of the Senate, Abington Memorial Hospital, Jenkintown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; interment, Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
President, Jenkintown Rotary; trustee, Beaver College; trustee, elder, Grace Presbyterian Church; Young Men's Christian Association, Board of Managers; Alumni Trustee, Wharton School Alumni Association; president, Jenkintown Board of School Directors; Board of Directors Industrial Valley Bank and Trust Company.
President, Jenkintown Board of School Directors.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1963-1964.
Elected, Pennsylvania State Senate, Special Election, November 16, 1964 - died while in office of the Senate, May 20, 1978; Henry Propert, died, January 9, 1964; Morton Fetterolf, elected April 28, 1964, to fill vacancy; resigned, July 2, 1964. Wilmot Fleming seated, November 16, 1964, to fill vacancy; Montgomery County 1963-1964, Montgomery (Part) County 1965-1966, Bucks (Part) County, 1967-1972, Bucks (Part), Montgomery (Part) Counties 1973-1978; appointed, Commission on Interstate Cooperation, 1967-1970; appointed, Local Government Commission, 1969-1972; appointed, Joint State Government Commission, 1975-1978; minority caucus chairman, 1977-1978; committee assignments, Appropriations, Rules.
Pennsylvania House of Representatives Biography:
Cox, Harold. "Senate Members F". Wilkes University Election Statistics Project Wilkes University.
Wilmot E Fleming Obituary 1978 The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) • Monday, May 22, 1978, Page 29.
Wilmot E. Fleming (1916-1978) - Find a Grave Memorial