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State legislator

Alice Cook Bassett, American State legislator ( govt: legislation administration)state legislator. Member United Church of Christ.

Background

Bassett, Alice Cook was born on May 16, 1925 in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, United States. Daughter of Clayton Earlman and Alberta (Campbell) Fisher.

Education

M. Thomas Day Seymour Bassett, May 12, 1979. A.A., Colby Junior College, 1944. Bachelor of Science, University Vermont, 1971.

Business manager Royall Tyler Theatre, Burlington, Vermont, 1977-1979. Assistant to editor North-East Bibliography, Boston, 1979-1981. Mem.Vt. House of Representatives, Montpelier, since 1983.

Career

Business manager Royall Tyler Theatre, Burlington, Vermont, 1977—1979. Assistant to editor North-East Bibliography, Boston, 1979—1981. Member Vermont House of Representatives, Montpelier, since 1983.

Vice president League of Women Voters, Burlington, 1981—1984. Board directors American Friends Services Committee, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1980—1985, American Civil Liberties Union, Montpelier, 1983—1988, Howard Mental Health Services, 1985—1991, Friends of the Statehouse, since 1987. Member Vermont Childrens' Aid Society, since 1989, Governor's Commission on Native American Affairs, since 1991.

Membership

Member United Church of Christ.

Connections

Married Clinton Dana Cook, May 21, 1944 (deceased June 1969). Children: Dana, Allison, Polly, Timothy, Cynthia. Married Thomas Day Seymour Bassett, May 12, 1979.

father:
Clayton Earlman Fisher

mother:
Alberta (Campbell) Fisher

spouses:
Clinton Dana Cook

Thomas Day Seymour Bassett

children:
Dana Bassett

Allison Bassett

Polly Bassett

Timothy Bassett

Cynthia Bassett