Patti Anne Lodge

Idaho State Senator, 13th District, Republican  



  • Gender
    Female

    Family
    Husband: Edward; 3 Children: Mary-Jeanne, Edward, Anne-Marie.

    Hometown
    Huston, ID

    Education
    Attended, Boise State University
    Attended, University of Idaho
    Attended, Idaho State University
    Attended, Northwest Nazarene University
    BA, Marylhurst University, 1964.

    Professional
    Consultant, Saint Paul's School, Our Lady of the Valley, 1999-present
    President, Wind Ridge Vineyards, 1988-present
    Media Educator, Caldwell School District, 1968-1999
    Media Coordinator, Caldwell School District, 1982-1997.

    Political
    Senator, Idaho State Senate, 2000-present
    Legislative Council, 2002-2006
    Precinct Chair, Canyon County Republican Committee #22, 1980-2000.

    Religion
    Catholic

    Congressional Membership
    Member, Juvenile Justice Custody Board, 2002-present
    Member, State Drug Court Coordinating Committee Board, 2000-present
    Member, Strategic Directions for Catholic Schools, 2002
    Member, Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education, 2002
    Chair, Day at the Legislature, 2000
    Volunteer, Latino Voter Registration, 2000
    Chair, National GOP Womens Resolutions Committee, 1997-1999
    Delegate, National GOP Platform Committee, 1996.

    Organizations
    Member, Advisory Board, Boise State University, 2002-present
    State Finance Chair, Idaho State Republican Party, 2001-present
    Member, Youth Government Committee, Idaho Young Men's Christian Association, 2001-present
    Member, Idaho Catholic Foundation, 1992-present
    Finance Chair, Vietnam Moving Wall Memorial, 2002
    Chair, Idaho Grand Old Party "Gala," 2000
    President, Idaho Federation of Republican Women, 1991-1996
    Chair, Canyon County Republicans, 1986-1988
    Chair, West Valley Medical Center Board, 1986
    Chair, Miss Rodeo Caldwell Committee, 1964-1980
    Director, Idaho High School Rodeo District #3, 1970-1978.

Idaho
Last Update
11/24/2009
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