Aurora Marie Exon, 2 1/2 years old, passed away on January 5, 2021 at her home.She was born on May 21, 2018 the daughter of James Exon and Seonaid J.
Board of Regents of Univ. of Neb. v. Exon ::1977 256 N.W.2d 330 (1977) 199 Neb. 146. The BOARD OF REGENTS OF the UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, a corporation, Appellee and Cross-Appellant, v. J. James EXON, Governor of the State of Nebraska, Stanley Matzke, Director of Administrative Services, and Roy Gardner, Director of Personnel of the State of Nebraska, Appellants and Cross-Appellees.
Jun 13, 2005 · John James Exon was born in Geddes, S.D., and attended Omaha University. After volunteering for the Army Signal Corps in World War II and serving in
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Early CareerGovernor of Nebraska 19711979Senator from Nebraska 19791997Final Years 19972005ReferencesExternal LinksExon was born in Geddes, South Dakota, in 1921 and attended the University of Omaha between 1939 and 1941. During World War II, Exon served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps. After the war, he worked as the branch manager of a financial services institution. He founded Exon Office Supplies in Lincoln in 1953 and served as its president until 1971. In 1972, when Essochanged its name to Exxon, it asked Gov. Exon for his permission. He received no financial remuneration from the company. He started his politicExon, J. JamesJ. James Exon Born on 1921, died in 2005. State:Nebraska. Senate Years of Service:From 1979 to 1997. Party:Republican. Member:Senator. A Senator from Nebraska
Jun 12, 2005 · J. James Exon, a Nebraska Democratic Party leader whose first bid for public office landed him in the governors chair, has died. He was 83. Exon, who served two terms as
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John James Exon (1921 - 2005) - GenealogyJ. James Exon, a Senator from Nebraska; born in Geddes, Charles Mix County, S. Dak., August 9, 1921; attended the public schools; attended University of Omaha, Omaha, Nebr., 1939-1941; United States Army Signal Corps 1942-1945; United States Army Reserve 1945-1949; branch manager of a financial corporation; founder and president of an office equipment firm 1953-1971; Governor of Nebraska 1971
Jun 10, 2005 · US Senator, Nebraska Governor. He attended University of Omaha, (1939-41), served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps, during World War II, (1942-45) and was in U.S. Army Reserve, (1945-49). After his military service, he was a branch manager of a financial corporation and was founder-president of Exon Office Supplies,
Obituary Aurora Marie Exon BRENNAN-MATHENA May 21, 2018 · Aurora Marie Exon, 2 years old, passed away on January 5, 2021 at her home. She was born on May 21, 2018 the daughter of James Exon and Seonaid J. Nichols. Aurora loved cuddling with her daddy, and playing with her brother and friends. She loved to dance and had
Sen. J. James Exon Dies at 83 - The Washington PostJun 12, 2005 · J. James Exon, a three-term Democratic senator from Nebraska who occasionally surprised members of both parties with a stubborn independent streak, died June 10 at a hospital in Lincoln, where he
Sponsor:Sen. Exon, J. James [D-NE] (Introduced 05/26/1995) Cosponsors:Committees:Senate - Labor and Human Resources Latest Action:Senate - 05/26/1995 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Human Resources.