|Jacob Doyle Corman, Jr.|
|Member of the Pennsylvania Senate
from the 34th district
June 7, 1977 – November 30, 1998
|Preceded by||Joseph S. Ammerman|
|Succeeded by||Jake Corman|
September 17, 1932 |
|Alma mater||Indiana University of Pennsylvania|
Prior to his Senate service, Corman worked in the insurance and real estate business. He also served as Centre County Commissioner from 1968 through 1977. Corman was first elected to represent the 34th senatorial district in the Pennsylvania Senate in 1977, and retired in 1998. He was succeeded in the seat by his son, Jake Corman.
The political website PoliticsPA described him as "The Godfather of the Centre County GOP." His family, to include his son, State Senator Jake Corman, are among the "most respected political families in Pennsylvania".
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