Nancy E. Dick
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|41st Lieutenant Governor of Colorado|
January 10, 1979 – January 13, 1987
|Preceded by||George Brown|
|Succeeded by||Mike Callihan|
July 22, 1930 |
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
|Education||Michigan State University (BA)|
Nancy E. Dick (born July 22, 1930) was the 41st Lieutenant Governor of Colorado. She was a Democrat and served from 1979 to 1987 under Governor Richard Lamm. She was Colorado's first female lieutenant governor.
She was born in Detroit, Michigan and attended the University of Denver College of Law. She served two terms in the Colorado House of Representatives before being elected Lieutenant Governor. She was the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate in 1984, losing to incumbent Republican William L. Armstrong.
Dick's grandson is entrepreneur and Congressional candidate Levi Tillemann.
|Lieutenant Governor of Colorado
|Party political offices|
|Democratic nominee for U.S. Senator from Colorado