Robert Elmer Woodside Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Dickinson College, 1926;Bachelor of Laws, Dickinson College, 1928;honorary Doctor of Laws, Dickinson College, 1951.
Practiced in, Millersburg and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1928-1942. Judge Court Common Pleas, Dauphin Company, 1942-1951. Became attorney general Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1951.
Judge Superior Court Pennsylvania, 1953-1965. Partner Mette, Evans and Woodside, Harrisburg, 1965-1987. Retired, 1987
Adjunct professor Dickinson School Law, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1969-1987.
Legislator Pennsylvania State House of Representatives, 1932-1942, Republican house leader, 1939, 41. Member Joint State Government Commission, 1939-1942. Delegate 16th congressional district Republican National Convention, 1952.
Chairman Pennsylvania Little Hoover Communications. Chairman Pennsylvania Council Juvenile Court Judges, 1947-1949.
The Covenant is a big challenge to everybody. If God is committed to human race, anyone has to be prepared to accept that as reality and make a commitment in return.
The use of force should be supported, but only in extreme situations and only when the need is clear beyond reasonable doubt, and through appropriate international organizations.
All Christians should study Old and New Testament, which texts were written and gathered together over a long period of time. It is important to find out as much as we can about the original contexts in which texts were produced.
President board trustees Pennsylvania Industrial School, White Hill, Pennsylvania, 1945-1955. Chairman on Commission on Constitutional Revision. Member Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, 1967-1968.
Member Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Sigma, Tau Kappa Alpha. Clubs: Mason (33 degree, Shriner), Red Man, Royal Arcanum.
Married F. Fairlee Habbart, July 11, 1931 (deceased). Children– William Edward, Robert James, Jane Fairlee. Married Anna C. Woodside, June 27, 1987.