David R. Millard

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David R. Millard
Member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
from the 109th district
Assumed office
February 9, 2004[1]
Preceded byJohn Gordner
Personal details
Born (1953-02-10) February 10, 1953 (age 66)
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
Political partyRepublican
Children5 stepchildren
ResidenceColumbia, Pennsylvania
Alma materBloomsburg University

David R. Millard (born February 10, 1953) is a US Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 109th legislative district. He was elected in a special election on January 27, 2004 to fill the unexpired term of John Gordner, who was elected to the Pennsylvania Senate.[2]


Millard attended Bloomsburg High School, graduating in 1971.[3] Millard's mother suffered a series of strokes before he was born. When he was 15, she died. Afterward, Millard's father worked multiple jobs to support David and his five elder siblings.[4] After taking classes at night, Millard earned a degree in office administration from Bloomsburg University in 1988.[3] Millard's second wife, Emily, died in 1996 after a three-month bout with cancer.[4] He married his third wife, Rita, in 1999. The Millards own and operate a real estate rental business and a fabric store in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.[4]

Prior to elective office, Millard worked for Bechtel Power Corporation from 1974 to 1984.[4] He then worked for PPL until his election in 2004.[4] As an employee of PPL, he joined and served in the leadership of the local chapter of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.[4] He also served as director of the Bloomsburg Fair and vice-president of the Bloomsburg Volunteer Fire Department.[4]


  1. ^ "SESSION OF 2004 188TH OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY No. 8" (PDF). LEGISLATIVE JOURNAL. Pennsylvania House of Representatives. 2004-02-09. Retrieved 2009-01-09.
  2. ^ "2004 Special Election for the 109th Legislative District". Commonwealth of PA - Elections Information. Pennsylvania Department of State. 2004. Retrieved 2009-01-09.
  3. ^ a b http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/home/member_information/house_bio.cfm?districtnumber=109
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Profile". State Representative David R. Millard. Pennsylvania House of Representatives. 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-09.

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