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State legislator

Bette Maxine Cato, American state legislator. Member of American Legion (Washington deputy vice Commander 1955, Commander Post 2 Valdez 1972-1982), American Federation Teachers, Beta Sigma Phi.

Background

Cato, Bette Maxine was born on May 9, 1924 in Odessa, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of William Dallas and Ann (Reimer) Millhorn.

Education

Bachelor in Education, Eastern Washington College, 1960. Postgraduate, Alaska Methodist University. Postgraduate, University Alaska.

Postgraduate, Lawrence University.

Career

Teacher Kenai (Alaska) High School, 1960—1963, East High School, Anchorage, 1965—1969, Valdez (Alaska) High School, 1969—1979. Member Alaska House Representatives, since 1981, chairman transportation committee, member leadership policy committee. With United States Navy, 1943-1944.

Membership

Member of American Legion (Washington deputy vice Commander 1955, Commander Post 2 Valdez 1972-1982), American Federation Teachers, Beta Sigma Phi.

Connections

Married John F. Cato, June 14, 1962. 1 child Peter Duane Weber.

father:
William Dallas Millhorn

mother:
Ann (Reimer) Millhorn

spouse:
John F. Cato

child:
Peter Duane Weber Cato