House 1933-34 (District 8); Senate 1935-62 (District 8); Senate 1963-66 (District 11)
Party when first elected: Nonpartisan Election-Conservative Caucus
|Date of Birth: 08/28/1893
||Date of Death: 06/10/1981
|Birth Place: Granton, Wisconsin
||Birth Country: United States
|City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
Editor and Publisher, Mankato News/Formerly Taught Public School, Nebraska
Wisconsin Public Schools; Elementary School;
Nebraska High Schools; Secondary;
Kearney Normal College, Nebraska; Attended College;
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
|Military||United States Armed Forces (World War I)|| ||??/??/191? to ??/??/19??
|Municipal Council/Aldermen||Mankato, Minnesota (City Council)|| ||??/??/1931 to 01/??/1933
Gertrude A. Fehlandt (married in 1927)
Six children: Ruth, Valerie "Val," Patricia "Trish," and Barbara (daughters); Robert Val (served as a Page in the Minnesota Legislature in 1953, killed in a plane crash in 1954), and John (sons)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He went to Amherst, Nebraska around 1909. He moved to Rockford, Minnesota in 1915. He then moved to Jordan, Minnesota. He came to Mankato, Minnesota in 1926. He moved to Dallas, Texas in 1979.
He ran unsuccessfully for the Republican party endorsement for the United States House of Representatives in the 1948 primary election. He lost to Joseph P. O'Hara.
"Imm is an active Republican..." (Val Imm Profile, Source Unknown, 1955)
In the 1966 election "...Imm and Gage, both Republicans, were committed to caucusing with the conservatives." (Mankato Free Press, June 23, 1979)
He died at the Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas. His funeral was held at the Restland Memorial funeral home in Dallas, Texas. He was buried in Restland Memorial Park Cemetery.
He was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Mankato, Minnesota and Our Savior's Lutheran Church.
Relgion provided by his obituary.