|1989||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|1990||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
Roy William Wilt, Sr. (R50) Crawford (Part), Erie and Mercer Counties 1981-1982 (R50) Crawford, Mercer and Venango (Part) Counties 1983–1990
Roy William Wilt, Sr., born July 4, 1935, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania; son of Raymond E. and Marcella Newman Wilt; West View North Hills High School; Thiel College, B.A., 1959; Michigan State University, M.A., 1967; United States Army Reserves, Pennsylvania National Guard, 1960-1966; Dean of Men, Thiel College, 1965-1968; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1968-1981; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1981-1990, elected, Majority Caucus Secretary, 1989-1990; appointed, State Ethics Commission, 1993-1998; appointed, chairman, Pennsylvania Harness Racing Commission, 2004-present, married, Sonya Mugnani, 1960, sons, Roy Jr., Rod.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1968; 8th legislative district, first person newly created; reelected and served for 6 consecutive terms thereafter; resigned, April 21, 1981.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, Special Election, 50th district, Crawford (Part), Erie and Mercer Counties, March 31, 1981-1982, reelected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 50th district, Crawford, Mercer and Venango (Part) Counties, 1983–1990; elected, Majority Caucus Secretary, 1989-1990; appointed, Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control and Conservation Committee, 1981-1988; appointed, board, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) member, Great Lakes Committee; chairman, Natural Resources Committee of Great Lakes Commission; not a candidate for reelection, State Senate, 1990.
Names of any service after Senate:
Appointed, State Ethics Commission, 1993-1998; appointed, chairman, Pennsylvania Harness Racing Commission (2004-present).
Pennsylvania State House of Representatives Biography:
The Pennsylvania Manual, (1987-1988). Doukas, O. (Editor). (Volume 108). Department of General Services. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pages 89.