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Pennsylvania Delegation to the
1972 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Norman M. Aaronson, Chester - I. W. Abel, Pittsburgh - Barbara L. Altemus, Bethlehem - Donald L. Ault, Montoursville - John P. Baldauff, Butler - Ralph M. Bashore, Tremont - Lynn J. Beistel, Gratztown - Mike Beljian, Herminie - Irene Bennett, Lansdowne - Lawrence R. Bergstresser, Denver - Muriel Berman - Edward B. Beward, Mifflintown - Ester Bissell - William L. Blum, Merion Station - John F. Bonner, Philadelphia - Myron Bortnicker, Havertown - Dennis L. Boyer, Mertztown - Harry Boyer, Reading - Harry G. Boyer, Lebanon - Gussie Bradley - Robin Braverman - Thomas C. Brogan, Reading - Bertha Brown, Philadelphia - Mary Alice Brown, Erie - George J. Buddy, Newtown Square - Henry P. Burke, Scranton - Ann M. Bursis, Honesdale - Nina Camiel, Philadelphia - Peter J. Camiel, Philadelphia - Thelma L. Campbell, Bloomsburg - Hugh Carcella, Philadelphia - Helen Carroll - Phyllis F. Catz, Ambler - Darlette M. Celenza, Philadelphia - Richard Chapman, Jenkintown - Helen Chesla, Shenandoah - Lynn Chierici, Quakertown - Frank M. Clark - Mary Coleman, Hatboro - John G. Connell, West Pittston - Eugene Coon - Vyvyan Cox, Philadelphia - Dennis J. Cramsey, Allentown - Joseph F. Curran, Feasterville - Trudy L. Cushner, Meadville - Samuel R. DiFrancesco, Sr., Johnstown - S. Harrison Dogole, Philadelphia - Joseph G. Donnelly, McKeesport - Cassandra Easley - Richard E. Egan, Philadelphia - Allen E. Ertel, Montoursville - Frank M. Fay, Hazleton - John F. Fay, Philadelphia - Morris Fineberg, Philadelphia - Herbert Fineman - Ted Fiore, Verona - Jerry D. Freeble, Leetsdale - Jeffrey C. Freedman, Philadelphia - Marie G. Garner, State College - Mary Ann Gaul, Ellwood City - William C. Geis, Altoona - Frank Giosta, Houston - Patricia H. Graff, Media - Edward E. Gravely, Philadelphia - Victor R. Graves, West Mifflin - John Guzey, Scranton - Edward F. Haas, Reading - Mary Hall - Edward Hanna, Allentown - Wilberta M. Hardy, Lancaster - Ruth Harper - James B. Hart, Philadelphia - Walter Haversack, Hyde - William L. Henning, State College - John W. Hineman, Jr., Beaver - Roxanne Hostettler - Melvin W. Humphreys, Allison Park - K. Leroy Irvis - Bessie M. James, Pottstown - Grace L. Jarvis, Carlisle - Richard Jeffreys, Philadelphia - Frankie Mae Jeter, Pittsburgh - Justin D. Jirolanio, Bethlehem - Michael Johnson - Robert H. Jones, Scranton - Ann R. Jordan, Philadelphia - Rita W. Kane, Pittsburgh - Gerald Kaufman - John G. Kelly, Oakdale - Albert E. Kiefer, Oil City - JoAnn E. Killebrew, Philadelphia - Ernest P. Kline - Grace Knaub, York - Andrew J. Koban, Conemaugh - Charles W. Koch, Finleyville - Walter A. Kwitowski, Erie - Thomas F. Lamb, Pittsburgh - Nicholas S. Lamont, Philadelphia - Robert F. Lark, West Middlesex - George M. Leader, Bryn Mawr - Fred L. Lebder, Uniontown - Robert Levin, Merion Station - Susan Lewis, Pittsburgh - Linda Lindell, Emsworth - Robert C. Lohse, Erie - Charles A. Long, Pittsburgh - Norman Loudenslager, Philadelphia - Charles C. Lucas, Brackenridge - Guy Eugene Mahoney, Uniontown - Connie Maier - Julia L. Maietta - Michael H. Malin, Hatfield - Robert Martin, New Kensington - Lucille Maziarz, Duryea - Ben Mazur, Plymouth - James A. McArdle, Coraopolis - Francis H. McCabe, Ford City - Gerald W. McEntee, Philadelphia - James F. McGarthy, Pittsburgh - Jean A. Milko, Pittsburgh - Harris N. Miller, Pittsburgh - Janet Minehart, Fort Washington - William R. Minnick, Harrisburg - Barbara Mitchell, Lancaster - Margaret R. Molinaro, Connellsville - Thomas E. Morgan, Fredericktown - Jerrold V. Moss, Elkins Park - Jean Mowery - Martin L. Murray - Richard C. Murray, Indiana - Wlliam H. Murray III, West Chester - Thomas B. Noonan, Barnesville - William A. Obricki, Pittsburgh - William B. O'Neil, Aliquippa - Patricia L. Packard, Altoona - Leonard Pevar, Kennett Square - Pete Pietrandrea, Wampum - Frank Podsiadlik, Wilkes-Barre - Milbra Pope - John S. Posivak, Bethlehem - Edward A. Powers, Springfield - Richard N. Pritchard, McKees Rocks - Betty Puhl, Pittsburgh - Frances Pust - Walter Reeder, Philadelphia - Betty J. Reese, Greenville - Orien E. Reid, Philadelphia - David Richardson - Fredric N. Rieder, Drexel Hill - Bolivar Rivera, Philadelphia - Joseph P. Roberts, Sankertown - Gerald Roth, Allentown - Kathleen M. Rumberger, Blairsville - Mary Salerno, Old Forge - Henry A. Satterwhite, Bradford - Patricia Scarcelli - Vincent F. Scarcelli, Philadelphia - Peter G. Schaaf, Erie - Margaret M. Schaefer - Nancy Schuster, Melrose Park - George Schwartz, Philadelphia - Bernard L. Segal, Philadelphia - Bertram Shaffer, Philadelphia - Sarah H. Shakespeare, Radnor - Milton Shapp - I. Glenn Shively, Chambersburg - Isadore A. Shrager, Philadelphia - Abraham Siegel, Philadelphia - Janet DiPasquale Simon, Pittsburgh - Doris Smith - Leonard C. Staisey - Michael L. Stanton, Jr., Philadelphia - Linda Sterns - Edward E. Stevens, Carnegie - Paul H. Stevenson, Pittsburgh - Tracy Ann Stewart, Malvern - John Stratton, Levittown - Colleen D. Sullivan, Philadelphia - Elsie W. Swenson, Harrisburg - James H. J. Tate, Philadelphia - Dennis E. Thiemann, Harrisburg - Paul Thomas, Jr., Brownsville - Edward Toohey, Philadelphia - John R. Torquato, Johnstown - C. DeLores Tucker - Peter C. Wambach, Harrisburg - Paul A. Weaver, Clarion - Bernard S. Weiss, Jenkintown - Constance Wellons - Lorraine M. Whalen, Pittsburgh - Robert C. Wheeling, Jr., Lancaster - Dorothy Williams, Wilkinsburg - Winifred M. Williams, Carlisle - Patricia Ann Yanik, Clairton - Molly Yard, Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh - Marilyn Young - Wendell W. Young III, Philadelphia - W. Donald Zaik, Upper Merion - Edward T. Zimmerman, Hopwood - William P. Zurick, near Shamokin

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Joseph S. Ammerman, Curwensville - R. Anderson - Vera F. Andrews, McKees Rocks - Claire M. Bachman, Philadelphia - William A. Barrett - Frances C. Baur, McKeesport - Sam Begler, Harrisburg - A. W. Berger, Munhall - Milton Berkes, Levittown - Charles C. Bookert, Clairton - Queen Victoria C. Boyd, Philadelphia - Carol A. Briaka, Reading - Lottie J. Byrd, Chester - D. James Callahan, Meadville - Lee A. Casper, Merion Station - Geraldine W. Cavalovitch, Pittsburgh - Gene Cerilli, Greensburg - Matthew Cianciulli, Jr., Philadelphia - Jack Cohen, Philadelphia - Joann Mary Corrigan, Pittsburgh - Anthony Cortigene - William W. Costello, Hatboro - Peter J. Daley II, Coal Center - James A. D'Arcy, Philadelphia - Thomas R. Elliott, Jr., Palmer - Harriet D. Emmi, Scranton - Thomas Fagen - Joseph Richard Fink, Malvern - Roger M. Fischer, Erie - Rocco Frumento, Philadelphia - Jean Gajkowski, Philadelphia - James A. Goodman, Mahanoy City - E. Edward Gorka, Nanticoke - Elizabeth J. Harper, Pittsburgh - Thomas K. Healy, Altoona - Willard C. Hetzel, Perkiomenville - Louis C. Johanson, Philadelphia - A. R. Johnson - Tor H. Jonassen, Morton - Regis J. Kelley, South Greensburg - James J. Kennedy, Nesquehoning - John P. Knorr, St. Marys - Robert R. Kohler, Whitehall - Helen Kohn, Philadelphia - Deborah R. Labovitz, Philadelphia - Samuel M. Lehrer, Philadelphia - Ralph M. Lucas, Pittsburgh - William A. Lupp, Biglerville - Rick Mattern, Clearfield - John Mazur, Mt. Carmel - James A. McHale, Harrisburg - Hugh J. McMenamin, Scranton - Saundra Mellinger, Finleyville - Warren W. Metzler, McKees Rocks - Michael T. Millington, Philadelphia - Pauline R. Montgomery, Hughesville - Robert W. Montler, Altoona - Perry Moon, Philadelphia - Clem R. Moragne, Philadelphia - Richard W. Musser, Lancaster - Shelly Robins New, Carlisle - Glenn R. Oesterling, Butler - J. O'Neill - Victor J. Papale, Wilkinsburg - Louis Patterson, Philadelphia - Anthony Petrucci, Harrisburg - Meyer P. Potamkin, Philadelphia - Joan Reivich, Upper Darby - Haskell Rhett, Yardley - Mary Ringler, Johnstown - W. Ross - Benjamin Schneider, Danville - Anne Marie Silva, Erie - Joseph A. Skelly, Susquehanna - Charles J. Sludden - Evan Snyder, Philadelphia - Joan B. Stiefvater, Lititz - Margaret Vorkapich, Industry - Carol J. Watkins, Pittsburgh - Luther H. Yohe, Spring Grove - Regina Zoba, McAdoo - Dorothy M. Zug, Bethlehem

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