|1999||Majority Caucus Administrator||15||Republican|
|2000||Majority Caucus Administrator||15||Republican|
Jeffrey E. Piccola (R15) Dauphin County 1995-2002 (R15) Dauphin (Part) and York (Part) Counties 2003- 2012
Jeffrey E. Piccola, born May 16, 1948, Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania; son of Anthony J. and Betty Jane Piccola; Susquehanna Township High School, 1966; Gettysburg College, (B.A.), 1970; George Washington University Law School (J.D.), 1973; Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), 1968-1970; first lieutenant, United States Air Force, 1970–1974; attorney; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, 1977-1995, resigned from the House, November 21, 1995; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, Special Election, 1995-2012, elected, Senate Majority Caucus Administrator, 1999-2000, elected, Senate Majority Whip, 2001-2006; elected, delegate, Republican National Convention, 2012; law firm, Boswell, Tintner and Piccola, Harrisburg, 1973-present; married Denise; two children.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Member, Pennsylvania, Dauphin County Bar Associations, Susquehanna Township Lions Club, Robert Burns Lodge 464, 33rd degree Free and Accepted Mason; trustee, Harrisburg Consistory.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, 104th district, 1977-1995; appointed, Select Committee on Three Mile Island, 1979; appointed, Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, 1981-1988; appointed, Joint State Government Commission, 1985-1988; appointed, chair, Select Committee to Investigate Compliance with the Steel Products Procurement Act, 1986; appointed, Select Committee on the Operational Aspects of the Emaus Orphan House, 1986; appointed, House Select Committee on Violence, 1994; resigned from the House, November 21, 1995.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 15th district, Dauphin County, Special Election, seated, November 21, 1995-2002, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 15th district, Dauphin (Part) and York (Part) Counties 2003- 2012, elected, Senate Majority Caucus Administrator, 1999-2000, elected, Senate Majority Whip, 2001-2006; unsuccessful bid, president pro tempore, Pennsylvania State Senate, 2006; appointed, Legislative Budget and Finance Committee, 1997-2000; appointed, Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing, 1997-2002; appointed, co-chair, Joint Select Committee to Examine Election Issues, 2001; appointed, Joint State Government Commission, 2001-2006; appointed, board, Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA), 2009-2012; appointed, board, Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, 2009-2012; appointed, vice-president, Pennsylvania Higher Educational Facilities Authority, 2009-2012; appointed, vice-president, State Public School Building Authority, 2009-2012; committee assignments, Community, Economic and Recreational Development (Vice Chairman), Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, Education (Chairman), Judiciary, Rules and Executive Nominations; left office November 30, 2012.
Pennsylvania House of Representatives Biography:
The Pennsylvania Manual, (2011-2012). Phillips, S., (Editor). (Volume 120). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; pages 3-33, 3-40. Biographies of Members of the Senate, page 3-20.