Baldwin, Roy E., 1948-
Roy E. Baldwin served as a Republican in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from 2003-2006, and represented the 97th legislative district of Lancaster County. Baldwin was born August 9, 1948 in Bridgehampton, New York. In 1970, he received his bachelor’s degree in science from Cornell University, where he majored in farm management and agricultural engineering. Prior to his House service, Baldwin was an engineer/business consultant at Sperry New Holland and Executive Vice President of Hyder Consulting. In 2002, he became President of Royal Business Services, Inc. From 1994-2004 he also served as a Manheim Township Commissioner. While in the House, he served on the Aging and Older Adult Services Committee from 2003-2006; the Intergovernmental Affairs Committee, 2003-2004; the Tourism and Recreational Development Committee from 2003-2006; the Insurance Committee, 2005-2006; and the Transportation Committee from 2003-2006. He was Secretary of the Transportation Committee during his last term. He also was the Subcommittee Chair on Arts and Entertainment of the Tourism Committee from 2003-2004. Founded by Baldwin in 2002, the World of Wellness (WOW) Program is a health initiative which targets obesity and disease and promotes and hosts health and exercise events. Baldwin, a biking enthusiast, was a member of the Legislative Bicycle Caucus. Baldwin lost his bid for reelection in the 2006 primary to John Bear, a Lititz Borough Councilman.
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This collection consists of constituent mailings and photographs illustrating Mr. Baldwin's interest in his community. The constituent mailings highlight the public service aspect of the position of a Representative in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. The vast majority of these photographs are of groups visiting the Capitol.