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Charles-Edmond LENGLET

Charles-Edmond LENGLET, French Senator. Knight of the Legion of Honour, Agricultural Officer of Merit.

Background

  • LENGLET, Charles-Edmond was born on December 20, 1917 in Amiens, Somme, France. Parents: Maurice Lenglet and AnneMarie Lenglet (née Binard).

  • Education

    • Collège de la Providence, Amiens. Beauvais Agricultural College. Degree in agricultural engineering.

    Career

    • Deputy Mayor, 1971-1977, then Mayor, since 1977, of Frêchencourt. Regional Councillor, Picardie, 1977. Democratic Left Senator, Somme, since 1977.

      Farmer, 1941 -; Court agricultural and land consultant, 1952-1965. Honorary Chairman, Somme Chamber of Agriculture, 1983. Honorary Chairman, Picardie Regional Chamber of Agriculture, 1979.

      Chairman, Permanent National Liaison Committee of Chambers of Agriculture, Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Professional Chambers, 1971-1972. ViceChairman, Artois-Picardy Basin Committee and Administrator of the Financial Agency, 1967-1983. Member of National Water Committee, 1971-1983 and Higher Fishing Council, 1976-1983.

      Chairman, 1973-1985, then Honorary Chairman, New Agricultural Co-Operative of Corbie Region and Union of Agricultural Co-Operatives of Amiénois, Sanierte and Vermandois.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democratic Left

    Connections

    • Spouse Lucette Lecointe, 1939. Children: Colette, Brigitte.
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    Born December 20, 1917
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