John C. Van Hollen

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John C. Van Hollen (June 27, 1933) is a Wisconsin businessman and politician.[1]

Born in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, he grew up in Chetek, Wisconsin. He served in the United States military during the Korean War and graduated from University of Wisconsin. Van Hollen served in the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1967 and 1969.[2][3] Van Hollen owns a real estate business in Northern Wisconsin. His son is the Wisconsin Attorney General J. B. Van Hollen.[4]

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