Larry Haler

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Prefers Republican Party Washington

State House (Washington 8 Position 2)

Family: Wife: Jenifer

Born: 01/24/1951 Iowa City, IA

Home: Richland, Washington

Religion: Lutheran

Education: MBA, City University, 2001, Grade Point Average of 3.89 BA, Liberal Arts, Pacific Lutheran University, 1974, Grade Point Average of 2.5

Profession: Senior Training Specialist/Program Manager, Hazardous Materials Management and Emergency Response Training and Education Center, United States Department of Energy, present Senior Training Specialist, Fluor Hanford, Incorporated, 1996-2005 Senior Training Specialist, Westinghouse Hanford, 1988-1996 Senior Training Specialist, Rockwell Hanford Company, 1986-1988 Senior Training Specialist, General Physics Corporation, 1985-1986 Senior Engineer, United Nuclear Corporation, 1983-1986 Manager of Certification Training, United Nuclear Corporation, 1982-1983 Lead Reactor Operator Control Room Certification N-Reactor Trainer, United Nuclear Corporation, 1980-1982 Certified Reactor Control Room Operator, United Nuclear Corporation, 1974-1982

Political: Representative, Washington State House of Representatives, 2004-present Precinct Committee Officer, Benton County Republican Party, 1974-present Member, Richland City Council, 1990-2004 Mayor, City of Richland, 1996-2000 Mayor Pro Tempore, City of Richland, 1994-1996 State Committeeman, Benton County Republican Party, 1986-1988 Chair, Benton County Republican Party, 1976-1978

Congressional Membership: Member, Toxic Toy Coalition Task Force, 2008 Member, Democratic Governance Committee, 2004 Council Liaison, Richland Planning Commission, 2004 City of Richland and City of Kennewick Sub-Committee on consolidation of municipal services and cooperation on economic development projects, 2003-2004 Chair, Central Business District Downtown Richland Revitalization Project, 1998-2002 Liaison, Richland Economic Development Board, 1992-1994 Chairman, Benton County Growth Management Policy Committee, 1991-1993

Organization Membership: Board of Directors, Thrive by Five, 2006-present Member, Democratic Government, National League of Cities, 2004-present Member, Atomic City Kiwanis Club, 1988-present Board Member/Former Chair, Richland Lutheran Church Foundation, 1996-2004 Member, Atomic City Kiwanis Club, 1989-2008 Chair/Member, Public Finance Panel, National League of Cities, 2003, 2004 Board of Directors/Member/Co-Chair, Eastern Washington Water Alliance, 2000-2004 Advisory Council, National League of Cities, 2002-2004 Chair, Hanford Communities, 1996-2004 Board of Directors, Richland Lutheran Church Foundation, 1996-2004 Board of Directors, National League of Cities, 2002 Member, Board of Directors, Tri-City Industrial Development Council, 1998-2002 Chair, Fluor Hanford Company, United Way, 2001 Panel Member, Honorarium, University of Washington, Daniel J. Evens School of Government, 2001 Co-Chair, Eastern Washington Water Summits I, II, and III, 2000-2001 Volunteer-Instructor, Junior Achievement Middle-School, 2000-2001 Chair/Advisory Council Liaison, Community and Economic Development Steering Committee, National League of Cities, 1996-2000 Board of Directors, Tri-City Development and Economic Council, 1998-1999 Member Board of Directors, Tri-City Community Action Council, 1994-1999 Vice-Chair, Benton-Franklin Regional Council of Governments, 1994-1998 Board of Directors, Shalom Ecumenical Council, 1996-1997 President, Atomic City Kiwanis Club, 1994-1996 Vice-Chair/Chair, Benton-Franklin Regional Board of Health, 1992-1996 Board of Directors, Tri-Cities Science and Technology Park Association, 1991-1993 Chair, Tri-Cities Legislative Council, 1992 Liaison, Richland Ecology Commission, 1990-1992


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