Norris Hoyt

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Norris H. "Norrie" Hoyt (July 23, 1935 – August 4, 2013)[1] was an American politician.

Born in Chicago, Illinois, he grew up in Arlington, Massachusetts. He graduated from Amherst College and received his law degree from Harvard Law School. Hoyt also received his master's degree from Boston University. In 1968, he moved to Vermont serving as deputy commissioner of taxation. He served in the Vermont House of Representatives 1974-1985 as a Democrat. In 1985, he became commissioner of the department of taxation and later commissioner of liquor control. He practice law in Norwich, Vermont moving there in 1970. He died in Norwich, Vermont.[2][3][4]

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  1. ^ 'Vermont Legislative Directory and State Manual 1979,' Vermont Secretary of State: 1979, Biographical Sketch of Norris Hoyt, pg. 89
  2. ^ Norris H. Hoyt
  3. ^ Norris Hoyt-obituary
  4. ^ 'Vermont Legislative Directory and State Manual 1979,' Vermont Secretary of State: 1979, Biographical Sketch of Norris Hoyt, pg. 89