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Representative Brian Keefe

Seat Number
(802) 828-2228
Mailing Address
59 Leland Dr., Manchester Center, VT 05255
BRIAN KEEFE was born in Montpelier, Vermont; his parents lived in nearby Waterbury, the hometown of his father. He is the third of eight children. When he was five years of age his family moved to Fairfax, near his mother’s hometown of Fairfield, and he attended and graduated from Bellows Free Academy. Brian attended the University of Vermont for one year before transferring to Loyola University, in New Orleans, earning a B.S. degree in Mathematics. After college, he worked in a variety of trades and crafts before landing in Washington, DC, where he began a lengthy stint with Sen. Jim Jeffords. He was the primary staff for the Lake Champlain Special Designation Act of 1989 and the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, among other bills and laws. After five years in Washington, he moved back to Vermont to serve as Legislative Liaison for Senator Jeffords for another decade. He later worked for Central Vermont Public Service Corporation as vice president of Government and Public Affairs, a position he held for six years until the company was sold to Green Mountain Power. Since then, he has consulted and done some work in the solar energy field. He is married to Leslie and has a son in college and a daughter in high school. His family has lived in Manchester for 26 years. Brian is former chair of the Planning Commission, as well as former board member of the Manchester Community Food Cupboard, and has been active in many youth sports activities. He is currently on the Vestry of Zion Episcopal Church and a Trustee of the Lake Champlain Waldorf School. He formerly served on the boards of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, the Vermont Council on Rural Development, and the Jeffords Center at the University of Vermont.

Roll Call Votes by Representative Keefe

2017-2018 Legislative Session
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