Patt (Patt) Maney (R-004)

State Representative Patt Maney

Patt (Patt) Maney (R-004)
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Capitol: 850.717.5004
FAX: 850.488.9707
District: 850.833.3713
Representative
Room 1102 House Office Building 402 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
115 Miracle Strip Parkway Southeast
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548-6018
Residence:Shalimar, FL

Committee Assignments

Bio

Biographical Information City of Residence- Shalimar Occupation- Attorney Spouse- Caroline Education- University of Kentucky, BA, Political Science, 1966-1970; University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, JD, 1971-1974; Troy State University, MS, International Relations, 1994-1995; University of Kentucky, Honorary Doctor of Laws, 2016 History- Father, Charles Thomas Maney, Fort Walton Beach City Councilman Military- University of Kentucky Army ROTC Wall of Honor, 2012; United States Army, active and reserve duty, 1970-2007; Brigadier General, Retired; Overseas service- Panama, Haiti, Bosnia, Afghanistan; Afghan Ghazi Mir Batcha Kahn Superior Medal, 2005 Moved to Florida- 1975 Religious Affiliation- Anglican Recreational Interest- gardening, history, public and international affairs Legislative Service Elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2020 Other Public Services Okaloosa County Judge, 1989-2018 Affiliations Florida Veterans Hall of Fame, Chairman Southern Regional Education Board, member U.S. Army, Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army Florida Supreme Court Steering Committee for Problem Solving Courts, 2018-2020 Mid-Bay Bridge Authority, 2018-2020 Okaloosa-Walton Transportation Planning Organization, 2019-2020 Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles DUI Program Review Board, 2001-2018 Florida Supreme Court Task Force on Mental Health & Substance Abuse, 2010-2018 Veterans Affairs Readjustment Advisory Committee, 2013-2017 Florida Defense Support Task Force, 2011-2014 Highlights Daughters of the American Revolution Medal of Honor, 2019 Disabled American Veterans Outstanding Disabled Veteran of the Year, 2019 Outstanding Distinguished Alumni, United States Army War College, 2019 Distinguished Judicial Services on Behalf of Veterans Mental Health, Recognition by Mental Health Association of Okaloosa and Walton Counties, 2018 Florida Veterans Hall of Fame, 2018 Local street named "Judge Maney Way" by Okaloosa County and the City of Fort Walton Beach, 2018 Okaloosa Veterans Treatment Court named the "T. Patt Maney Veterans Treatment Court" 2018 Governor's Medal of Merit, 2017 Brain Injury Association, Valiant Heart Award, 2015 Florida Legislation named "T. Patt Maney Veterans Treatment Intervention Act" 2015 Daughters of the American Revolution National Defense Distinguished Medal, 2014 Harvey Ford Award, Florida Conference of County Court Judges, 2014 Colonel George E. "Bud" Day Lifetime Achievement Award, Gulf Coast Veterans Advocacy Council, 2012 Award for Extraordinary Contributions to Mental Health, Mental Health Association of Okaloosa and Walton Counties, 2010 Patriot of the Year, Military Order of the Purple Heart, 2010 Veterans Service Award, Okaloosa County Jobs Plus, 2009 Hildreth Award, Civil Affairs Association, 2007 Outstanding Contributions to Spreading Democracy Throughout the World Award, Okaloosa-Walton Bar Association, 2007 Distinguished Service Award, Florida Conference of County Court Judges, 2006 Military Member of the Year, Crestview Chamber of Commerce, 2006 Secretary of Defense Outstanding Public Service Award, 2006 Spirit of Freedom Award, Florida Freedom Newspapers, 2006 United States Department of State Meritorious Honor Award, 2005 Citizen of the Year Award, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 11367, 2004 Judicial Distinguished Service Award, Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency, Okaloosa County Chapter, 1993, 2004 Silver Patrick Henry Award, Military Order of World Wars, Okaloosa County Chapter, 2001 Liberty Bell Award, Okaloosa-Walton County Bar Association, 1998 Private audience with His Holiness Pope John Paul II, Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina, 1997 Eagle Scout, 1965

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2020    Next Election: 2022
Spouse: Caroline   
Counties Representing
Okaloosa