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Robert H. "Bob" Brink

Member From: 1998 - June 30, 2014

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  • Birth Date: 1946 Birth Place:Chicago, IL
  • Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
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  • Children: David Harrison and Eliza Page
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  • Education: Monmouth College,IL (B.A.,1969) Marshall-Wythe School of Law,The College of William and Mary in Virginia (J.D.,1978)
  • Military Service: USA (1969-71; Vietnam, 1970-71)
  • Occupation/Profession: Legislative consultant
  • Memberships/Affiliations: Virginia YMCA (board of directors, Model General Assembly Committee, chairman) Friends of Arlington Campus-George Mason University Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (board of directors) Warren Stambaugh Foundation (board member) AHC, Inc. (formerly Arlington Housing Corporation) Arlington Chamber of Commerce Arlington Historical Society The Arc of Virginia Sierra Club Friends of the North Fork Shenandoah River Arlington County Local Emergency Planning Committee Virginia Historical Society Arlington Learning in Retirement Institute (Community Advisory Council) Voices for Virginia's Children Virginia State Bar Northern Virginia Regional Health Information Organization (board of directors) Federation of State Humanities Councils (board member)
  • Additional Info: Appointed by Governor McAuliffe to be deputy commissioner for aging services in the Virginia Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services (2014)
  • Awards: Arlington School Board, Honored Citizen Award (1991) Northern Virginia Technology Council, Tech Ten Award (1999, 2000) Virginia State YMCA, Service to Youth (2001) Virginia Transplant Council, Certificate of Appreciation (2001) Medical Care for Children Partnership, Outstanding Achievement Award (2002) Virginia Partisans Gay and Lesbian Democratic Club, Public Service Award (2002) Virginia Treasurers Association, Legislator of the Year (2007) Virginia League of Conservation Voters, Legislative Leader (2003-09); Legislative Hero (2010, 2011)
Session District District Number Party Leadership Committees
1998 Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part) 48 Democrat Chesapeake and Its Tributaries
Health Welfare and Institutions
Labor and Commerce
Militia and Police
Science and Technology
1999 Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part) 48 Democrat Chesapeake and Its Tributaries
Health Welfare and Institutions
Labor and Commerce
Militia and Police
Science and Technology
2000 Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part) 48 Democrat Health Welfare and Institutions
Labor and Commerce
Science and Technology
2001 Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part) 48 Democrat Health Welfare and Institutions
Labor and Commerce
Science and Technology
2002 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Privileges and Elections
Science and Technology
2003 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Privileges and Elections
Science and Technology
2004 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Courts of Justice
Privileges and Elections
Science and Technology
2005 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Courts of Justice
Privileges and Elections
2006 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Privileges and Elections
2007 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Privileges and Elections
2008 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Privileges and Elections
Transportation
2009 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Privileges and Elections
Transportation
2010 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Transportation
2011 County of Arlington (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Transportation
2012 Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Privileges and Elections
Transportation
2013 Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations
Privileges and Elections
Transportation
2014 Counties of Arlington (part) and Fairfax (part) 48 Democrat Appropriations,
Education,
Privileges and Elections,
Transportation

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