COUNTIES: Bedford, Blair, Huntingdon, Somerset
David Emmert Brumbaugh (R30) Blair and Huntingdon Counties 1963-1966 (R30) Blair (Part) Bedford, Somerset Counties 1967-1968
David Emmert Brumbaugh, born October 8, 1894, Martinsburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania; son of Moses Robert Brumbaugh and Sarah Florence Stuart Brumbaugh; public school education, North Woodbury Township, Pennsylvania; summer normal school, Martinsburg, Pennsylvania; International Correspondence School of Scranton, Pennsylvania; engaged, banking, 1914; private, Thirty-third Division, Fifty-eighth Brigade Headquarters, World War I, 1918-1919; engaged, lumber business, established, insurance agency, 1921; trustee, Pennsylvania Industrial School, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, 1939-1943; elected, Republican, Seventy-eighth Congress, Seventy-ninth Congress, 1943 – 1947; not a candidate for renomination, 1946; Secretary of Banking, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1947-1951; president, First National Bank of Claysburg; delegate, Republican National Convention, Pennsylvania, 1956; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1963-1968; married, Carolyn Lovenia Acker Brumbaugh, children, David Robert Brumbaugh, Sumner E. Brumbaugh; died, April 22, 1977 (aged 82), Claysburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania, Fairview Cemetery, Martinsburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Trustee, Pennsylvania Industrial School, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, 1939-1943; president, First National Bank of Claysburg.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 30th district, Blair and Huntingdon Counties, 1963-1966. Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 30th district, Blair (Part), Bedford, Somerset Counties, 1967-1968.
Continued Government Service/National Politics:
Elected, Republican, Seventy-eighth Congress, vacancy, resignation, James E. Van Zandt; reelected, Seventy-ninth Congress, 1943 – 1947; not a candidate for renomination, 1946.
Cox, Harold. "Senate Members B". Wilkes University Election Statistics Project. Wilkes University.
After 6 session(s) serving in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, David Emmert Brumbaugh went on to serve in congress