Peter Bock

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Peter Bock (December 12, 1948) is a Wisconsin politician.[1]

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Bock graduated from Marquette University High School and from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. He also went to the University of Notre Dame. Bock worked at a parcel company and was a laborer. In 1986, he was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly serving from 1987 until 2003 as a Democrat.[2] In late 2002, upon his retirement from the Wisconsin Assembly, he married Kathleen Falk, the County Executive of Dane County, Wisconsin.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 2002-2002, Biographical Sketch of Peter Bock, pg. 27
  2. ^ Peter Bock, Wisconsin Historical Society
  3. ^ Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk Press Release