|1939-1940||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1941-1942||President Pro Tempore||30||Republican|
|1943-1944||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1945-1946||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1947-1948||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1949-1950||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1951-1952||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1953-1954||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1955-1956||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1957-1958||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1959||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1960||Majority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1961||Minority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
|1962||Minority Caucus Administrator||30||Republican|
Charles Richard Mallery (R30) Blair and Huntingdon Counties 1935-1962
Charles Richard Mallery, born June 18, 1888, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania; son of James R. and Laura Hatton Mallery; Bucknell University, 1909; University of Pennsylvania, LL.D., 1913; member, Blair County Bar, 1915; law practice, Altoona; 15th Field Artillery, United States Army, World War I; resumed law practice; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1935-1962, interim President pro tempore, December 1, 1940 - January 7, 1941, majority caucus administrator, 1943-1960, minority caucus administrator, 1961-1962; married, Ethel Plummer,1939; died, January 9, 1969, Hollidaysburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania; interment, Hollidaysburg Presbyterian Cemetery, Hollidaysburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Member, American Legion; Odd Fellows; Sigma Chi.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 30th district, Blair and Huntingdon Counties, 1935-1962; interim President pro tempore, December 1, 1940 - January 7, 1941; majority caucus administrator, 1943-1960, minority caucus administrator, 1961-1962; committee assignments, Chaired, Judiciary General, Constitutional Changes, County Government, Public Utilities; selected, first chairman, Pennsylvania Local Government Commission, 1935-1941; wrote, Worker’s Compensation amendment that created, second injury fund, providing physical rehabilitation aid, employment opportunities for wounded veterans, 1943.