Mary Felzkowski (Czaja) (Rep.), 35th Assembly District
Born Tomahawk, September 25, 1963; 4 children. Graduate Tomahawk H.S. 1981; B.S. in finance and economics UW-River Falls 1986. Insurance agency owner. Member: Tomahawk Main St. Inc. (fmr. pres.); Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce; Tomahawk Child Care (fmr. pres.); National Alliance for Insurance Education and Research (bd. mbr.). Former member: Professional Insurance Agents of Wis. (secy., treas., vice pres., pres., national dir.).
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-7694; (888) 534-0035 (toll free).
Voting address: Irma 54442.
Mailing address: Office: Room 15 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708; District: P.O. Box 321, Tomahawk 54487.
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