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Charles Rogers Fenwick

Member From: 1940 - 1945

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  • Birth Date: August 11, 1900 Birth Place:
  • Death Date: 02/22/1969
  • Gender: Male Race: Caucasian
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  • Education: University of Virginia (LL.B.) George Washington University, Washington, DC (post graduate work, Patent Law)
  • Military Service: World War I (S.A.T.C. Tank Corps, Major J.A.G.D., assigned Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, A.A.F.)
  • Occupation/Profession: Attorney
  • Memberships/Affiliations: Baptist Church University Club, Washington, DC Washington Golf and Country Club Touchdown Club (former president) Rotary (former president) Sigmu Nu Phi Delta Phi University of Virginia Alumni Association (former president) Senatorial District Democratic Committee (chairman) State Central Democratic Committee State Boxing and Wrestling Commission State Welfare Board (chairman) Legislative and Legal Action Committee Civic Federation of Arlington County (former chairman)
  • Other Notable Service and/or Elected Offices: Senate of Virginia (1948-68)
Session District District Number Party Leadership Committees
1940 County of Arlington Democrat Courts of Justice
Federal Relations and Resolutions
Finance
Militia and Police
1942 County of Arlington Democrat Courts of Justice
Federal Relations and Resolutions
Interstate Cooperation
Militia and Police
Rules
1944-1945 County of Arlington Democrat Courts of Justice
Federal Relations and Resolutions
Interstate Cooperation
Militia and Police
Rules
1945 County of Arlington Democrat Courts of Justice
Federal Relations and Resolutions
Interstate Cooperation
Militia and Police
Rules

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