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Representative Dan Connor

Seat Number
Home Address
4367 Route 36, Fairfield, VT 05455
Home Phone
(802) 827-4436
Home Email
Work Phone
(802) 578-3014
DANIEL F. CONNOR of Fairfield, Vermont, is a member of the 'Peoples House' for Franklin 6 District that includes the towns of Bakersfield, Fairfield and Fletcher in Franklin Country. Franklin County is the heartland for Vermont dairy and maple syrup production. He attended Fairfield Center School, Central Catholic High School, and graduated from Bellows Free Academy, St. Albans, Vermont. He received his 'practical education' on the farms of W. Robert Howrigan and Henry J. Magnan. He is passionate about a working landscape and sustainable agriculture. He understands that the Vermont dairy industry provides the infrastructure for diversified agriculture. Dan graduated from VTC in 1979 and the University of Vermont in 1981 with a B.S. in Agricultural Science/Education. He is the Executive Director for the Vermont Beef Industry Council (VBIC), one of 45 qualified state beef councils across the United States. The VBIC is one of two beef councils in the New England market. His career began at the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Montpelier, as Dairy Marketing Specialist responsible for sensory evaluation, marketing and promotion of dairy products working closely with the Vermont Dairy Industry Council to develop programming enhancing the image of the dairy industry in Vermont and the Southern New England Market. He resigned in 1990 as the Dairy Marketing Chief to start Connor & Company for agricultural and small business marketing and promotion. He was Vice President of Vermont Country Milk with its bottling plant located on the UVM campus. He was responsible for the research, design, marketing and promotion of high-quality milk and cream in glass bottles.

Roll Call Votes by Representative Connor

2013 - 2014 Legislative Session
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