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State official

Earl Coe, American State official. Democratic state chairman, 1946-1948; State chairman Young Men’s Christian Association youth legislature. Member Freedom Foundation, American Heritage Foundation, Elks, Eagles, Masons (Shriner).

Background

Coe, Earl was born on September 12, 1892 in Minneapolis. Son of Winfield Scott and Cora (Haryell) Coe.

Career

Fruit grower and shipper, Coe & Company, White Salmon, Washington, 1926-1939; lumber mill opererator, Nordby Lumber and Box Company, White Salmon, 1939-1946; member, Washington House of Representatives, 1938-1940; state senator, Washington House of Representatives, 1944-1948; secretary, State of Washington, 1948-1956; director, Department Conservation and Development, from 1957.

Membership

Democratic state chairman, 1946-1948. State chairman Young Men’s Christian Association youth legislature. Member Freedom Foundation, American Heritage Foundation, Elks, Eagles, Masons (Shriner).

Connections

Married Birdie Miller, November 20, 1912.

father:
Winfield Scott Coe

mother:
Cora (Haryell) Coe

spouse:
Birdie Miller