Gerald Greider

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Gerald Arthur Greider (August 30, 1923 – March 20, 1982)[1][2] was an American Republican politician from Wisconsin.

Born in Greenville, Illinois, Greider was educated in the public schools in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Greider was a businessman and served on the La Crosse Common Council 1966-1968. Greider was vice president and secretary of a bakery in La Crosse. In 1972, he moved to Mason City, Iowa, where he died.[3] Greider served in the Wisconsin State Assembly 1969-1971.[4][5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ United States Social Security Death Index
  2. ^ 'Gerald Arthur Greider Ex-legislator recalled as 'a people person,' La Crosse Tribune, John Ellenbecker, March 22, 1982, pg. 7
  3. ^ 'Former city alderman, state lawmaker dies,' La Crosse Tribune, March 21, 1982, pg. 16
  4. ^ Gerald Greider, Wisconsin Historical Society
  5. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1971, Biographical Sketch of Gerald Greider, pg. 46