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Robert CALMEJANE, French Senator. Chevalier of National Order of Merit, 1968; Officer of the Palmes Académiques (for services to education), 1974; Officer of National Order of Merit, 1975; Chevalier of Legion of Honour, 1980.


CALMEJANE, Robert was born on May 19, 1929 in Paris, France. Parents: Marcel Calméjane and Marcelle Calméjane (née Lecomte).


Carnot College, Noisy-le-Sec, 1943.


Town Councillor, Romainville, 1953-1959. Deputy for Seine, 1958-1967. Departmental Councillor for Seine, then member of Office, 1964-1967.

Town Councillor for Villemomble, 1964, re-elected 1965, 1971-1977, 1983, 1989. Member of management board of District for Paris Region, 1964, then Vice-chairman, since 1966. Member of Regional Cquncil for Ile de France, 196677.

Chairman of Mixed Economy Property Company of Seine Department, 1965-1971. Administrator, Office for Infrastructure Aid to Local Communities, 1966-1972. Departmental Councillor for Villemomble Canton, 1967, re-elected 1970, 1976, 1982.

Deputy for Seine-St-Denis, 1968-1973. Member of Adaptation to Technical Research and Economic Information Section of Economic and Social Council, 1968. Federal Secretary of UDR Federation of Seine-St-Denis, 1966, member of Central Committee until 1973.

Departmental Secretary of Rassemblement pour la République (Rally for the Republic), Seine-St-Denis and member of Central Committee, 1976. Vice-chairman of Political Council of National Movement of Local Representatives, 1984. Elected member of political office by Central Committee of Rassemblement pour la République (Rally for the Republic), 1984.

Regional Councillor for Ile de France, 1986. Resigned as Departmental Secretary of Rassemblement pour la République (Rally for the Republic), 1986. Senator for Seine-StDenis, 1986, resigned from Regional Council for Ile de France, as required by law.

Mayor of Villemomble for fifth time, since 1989. Member of Orientation and Surveillance Committee for the Paris Savings Bank, since 1989. Planning officer, SOMECA Tractors, Saint Denis, 1953.

Technical officer. Fonderies Modernes de l’Automobile, Bondy, 1956. Manager, SIMCA, Nanterre, 1956-1958. Secretary-General of Independent Unions of SIMCA Group, 1953-1958.

Director's assistant, responsible for Public Relations in various industrial companies, 1959-1979. Managing Director of Nord-Est-Banlieue, (journal, public relations company), since 1980.


  • Nord-Est-Banlieue, monthly editorial, 1960-1978, occasionally since 1978.


Roman Catholic.


Clubs: Chairman of Economic Development Association of Villemomble. L’YONS Club, since 1966.


Spouse Claude Rebouillat, 1955. Children: Philippe, Michelle, Patrice.