Charles (Chuck) Wesley Clemons, Sr. (R-022)

State Representative Charles Clemons

Charles (Chuck) Wesley Clemons, Sr. (R-022)
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Capitol: 850.717.5022
FAX: 850.488.9707
District: 352.313.6542
Room 422 The Capitol 402 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
105 SW 140th Court
Newberry, FL 32669-3391
Residence:Newberry, FL

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Biographical Information City of Residence- Newberry Occupation- College Administrator Spouse- Jane Clemons of Cincinnati, Ohio Child(ren)- Shayna, Charlie, Travis, Weston Grandchild(ren)- Christian, Jack, Henry Education- Florida Gateway College, AA, 1977; University of Florida, BS, 1979 Born- June 21, 1957, Miami Beach, FL Religious Affiliation- Christian Recreational Interest- motorcycle touring, outdoors, travel Legislative Service Elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2016, reelected subsequently Affiliations Bikers on Parade for the USA, Inc., cofounder and board member Florida Blue Key, member Alachua Chamber of Commerce, former member Alachua County Board of County Commissioners, former Chair Alachua County Library Board of Governors, former Vice Chair Fightin' Gator Touchdown Club, former President Florida Association of Counties, former board member Florida Council for Resource Development, Florida College System, former President Florida State Fair Authority, former board member Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, former board member Kiwanis Club Foundation Inc., former President Kiwanis Club of the University City, former President Leadership Gainesville Alumni, former President Metropolitan Transportation and Planning, former Chair North Central Florida American Red Cross, former board member North Central Florida Regional Planning Council, former member W.W. Irby Parent Teacher Association, former President University of Florida, Alpha Gamma Rho, Agriculture social and professional fraternity, President, 1979

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2016    Next Election: 2024
Spouse: Jane   DOB: 6/21/1957
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