Harold Ebenezer Flack (R20) Luzerne (Part) County 1955-1964 (R20) Luzerne County 1965-1966
Harold Ebenezer Flack, born December 30, 1899; Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania; son of Reverend Doctor Ebenezer and Sarah Hutcheson Flack; Latrobe Grade School; Scranton Grade School; Scranton High School; proprietor, Flack-Balmer Insurance Agency; married, Mary Elizabeth Dissinger Flack, son, 1927, Charles Dissinger Flack; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, 1943-1954; not a candidate for reelection, 1954; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1955-1966; unsuccessful campaign for reelection, State Senate, 1966; Librarian, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1967-1970; died, July 14, 1984, Kingston, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania; interment, according to Times Leader story Oak Lawn Cemetery, Hanover Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. However, their website does not list him.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, 1943-1954; appointed, Joint State Government Sub-Committee on Strip Mining, 1945-1946; appointed, Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Code, 1947-1948; appointed, Local Government Commission, 1949-1954; not a candidate for reelection, 1954.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1955-1966; appointed, Joint Committee to Investigate the Knox Mine Disaster, 1959; appointed, Commission on Interstate Cooperation, 1963-1966; unsuccessful campaign for reelection, State Senate, 1966.
Librarian, Pennsylvania State Senate Library, 1967-1970.
Pennsylvania House of Representatives Biography:
Cox, Harold. "Senate Members F". Wilkes University Election Statistics Project Wilkes University.
The Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania) · Monday, July 16, 1984 · Page 3.