Senate 1951-62 (District 57); Senate 1963-64 (District 61)
Party when first elected: Nonpartisan Election-Conservative Caucus
Cook, Lake, St. Louis
Date of Birth:
Date of Death:
City of Residence (when first elected):
Occupation (when first elected):
Civil Engineer/General Contractor/Concrete Products Manufacturer
University of London, England; Attended College; 1918-1919
Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana; B.S.; Civil Engineering, 1913
OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
Duluth, Minnesota (Minnesota-Wisconsin Joint Committee on the Construction of the Duluth-Superior High Bridge, Chair));
??/??/19?? to ??/??/19??
United States Corps of Engineers (World War I, European Theatre; Captain, Major);
??/??/1918 to ??/??/1919
Duluth, Minnesota (City Board of Appeals);
??/??/1936 to ??/??/1941
United States Corps of Engineers (World War II, Europe Theatre, once; Pacific Theatre, twice; Colonel);
??/??/1940 to ??/??/1946
Annabelle Dunning (married in 1918)
Three children: Gordon H. Jr., Robert D., and John T. (sons)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He came to Duluth, Minnesota in 1914.
He was a member of the Glen Avon Masonic Lodge, Elks, Eagles, Kitchi Gamma Club, St. Louis County Historical Society, and the Duluth Symphony Association.
He was a member of the Glen Avon Presbyterian Church.
Religion provided by the Minnesota Legislative Manual, 1951.