William K. Boardman
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|William Knight Boardman|
February 3, 1915|
Nevada, Iowa, United States
|Died||March 18, 1993
Palm Springs, California,
|Alma mater||Drake University|
|Occupation||Insurance underwriter, politician|
Genie Chance (1971-1993)
Born in Iowa, Boardman was a resident of Ketchikan, Alaska. An insurance businessman, he served as a member of the Territorial House of Representatives from the 1st District from 1953–1954, and as an Alaskan alternate delegate to the 1956 Republican National Convention.
In 1961, he was elected to the Alaska House of Representatives, where he served until 1970. From 1967 to 1968, he was the 4th Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives. His predecessor, Democrat Mike Gravel, was a U.S. Senator from 1969-1981.
Boardman was a Methodist.
- Entry in Political Graveyard
- Obituary in the New York Times
- William Boardman at 100 Years of Alaska's Legislature
|Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives
1967 — 1968
Jalmar M. Kerttula