|John R. Plewa|
|Member of the Wisconsin Senate
from the 7th district
January 1985 – November 1995
|Preceded by||Jerry Kleczka|
|Succeeded by||Richard Grobschmidt|
|Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
from the 20th district
January 1973 – November 1984
|Succeeded by||Tim Carpenter|
|Born||September 22, 1945
|Died||September 13, 1995|
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Plewa graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater. In 1970, he was a candidate in a four-way primary which unseated incumbent state Senator Leland McParland, losing to Kurt Frank. In 1972, Plewa was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly serving until 1984, when he was elected to the Wisconsin State Senate in a special election after incumbent Jerry Kleczka was elected to the Congressional seat long held by Clement Zablocki.
- The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1985-86 edition, Members of the State Legislature, Page 34.
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