Floyd Nease (politician)
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Early life and education
Nease was born August 2, 1952 in Boston, the son of Stephen W. Nease and the grandson of Floyd W. Nease. He attended high school in Mount Vernon, Ohio and earned an associate's degree from Mount Vernon Nazarene College before attending the Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts for his baccalaureate education. He later earned a master's degree from Antioch University in 1986.
Nease was the director of Laraway Youth and Family Services and served as a Vermont state representative from 2002 until his resignation in January 2011. He served as the house majority leader for two terms. He represented District 3: Lamoille County, Vermont.
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