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State legislator

Jessica Stickney, American former state legislator. Recipient Distinguished Citizen's award, Macalester College, 2006.

Background

Stickney, Jessica was born on May 16, 1929 in Duluth, Minnesota, United States. Daughter of Ralph Emerson and Claudia Alice (Cox) Page.

Education

Bachelor, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1951. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Rocky Mtn. College, Billings, Montana, 1986.

Career

Republican State of Montana, 1989-1992. Member Governor's Commission on Post-Secretary Education, Montana, 1973-1975.

Membership

Member School Board Trustees, Miles City, Montana, 1968-1974. Member, chairman zoning board, Miles City, 1975-1989. Member Government Study Commission, Miles City, 1974-1976, United Church Christ Board Homeland Ministries, 1975-1981.

Chairman, conference moderator United Church Christ Board Montana-Northern Wyoming Conference, 1980-1982. Chairman Town Meeting on the Arts, Montana, 1980. Member, chairman Miles Community College Board, 1975-1989, chairman 1978-1980.

Member Montana Arts Council (chairman 1982-1985), Western States Arts Foundation (vice chairman 1984), National Assembly State Arts Agencies (board directors 1982-1988), American Association of University Women (president 1964-1966).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, sewing, painting, reading.

Connections

Married Edwin Levi Stickney, June 17, 1951. Children: Claudia, Laura, Jeffrey.

father:
Ralph Emerson Page

mother:
Claudia Alice (Cox) Page

spouse:
Edwin Levi Stickney

children:
Claudia Stickney

Laura Stickney

Jeffrey Stickney