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André GROSJEAN

André GROSJEAN, Belgian Senator. First Class Civil Cross; Chevalier of the Order of The Crown; Chevalier of the Order of Léopold.

Background

  • GROSJEAN, André was born on August 3, 1932 in Welkenraedt, Belgium. Parents: Hector Grosjean and Marie (née Roderbourg).

  • Education

    • Technical College, Liège, A2 Electrician, 1948-1951. Spoken languages: Flemish, German.

    Career

    • Provincial Councillor, Liège, 1971-1981, President, 1980, then 1981. Provincial Senator, 1981-1985. Senator, Verviers, 1985.

      Local Councillor, Welkenraedt, 1977-1982. Mayor, Welkenraedt, since 1983. Member of Commissions, Senate, Council of French Community, Walloon Regional Council, Interparly.

      Consultative Council for Benelux and Benelux Permanent Committee. Member of PS Executive Committee and Federal Committee, Verviers Federation. President, PS Commission for Public Works.

      Member of Admin. Council, Mixed Intercommunal Society for Electricity and Gas. Member of Board of Commissioners, Intercommunal Association, for Separation and Purification of Communes, Liège Region. Driver, first driver, then principal driver, Liège Town, 1953-1976.

      Technical adviser, 1978-1982. Leave of absence, January 1982. Lecturer of Technology.

      State School of Social Advancement, Welkenraedt, 1956-1981.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Socialist Party

    Connections

    • Spouse Marie-Thérése François, 1956. Children: Regine, Guy, Isabelle.
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