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Roy E. Furman 22nd Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania In office January 18, 1955 – January 20, 1959 Governor George Leader Preceded by Lloyd Wood Succeeded by John Morgan Davis 129th Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives In office March 14, 1936 – November 30, 1938 Preceded by Wilson Sarig Succeeded by Ellwood Turner Member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from the Greene County district In office January 3, 1933 – November 30, 1940 Born April 16, 1901 Davistown, Pennsylvania Died May 18, 1977 Political party Democratic Roy E. Furman (April 16, 1901 – May 18, 1977) was the Democratic Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania from 1955 to 1959. Furman was born in Davidson, Greene County, Pennsylvania. He was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1933 and served as the House Speaker in 1936. Furman served as Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania from January 1955 to 1959 during Governor Leader's administration. In 1958, Furman ran for the Democratic nomination for governor but was defeated by David Lawrence. Furman served on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission during Governor Lawrence's term. Furman retired to New Cumberland, Pennsylvania and died at the age of 76. External links The Political Graveyard Indiana University of Pennsylvania Archives Political offices Preceded by Lloyd Wood Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania 1955–1959 Succeeded by John Morgan Davis Preceded by Wilson Sarig Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives 1936–1938 Succeeded by Ellwood Turner Party political offices Preceded by Michael Musmanno Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania 1954 (won) Succeeded by John Morgan Davis v · d · eGovernors, Lieutenant Governors, Presidents and Vice-Presidents of Pennsylvania  Governor Presidents (1777–1790) Wharton · Bryan · Reed · Moore · Dickinson · Franklin · Mifflin Governors (since 1790) Mifflin · McKean · Snyder · Findlay · Hiester · Shulze · Wolf · Ritner · Porter · Shunk · Johnston · Bigler · Pollock · Packer · Curtin · Geary · Hartranft · Hoyt · Pattison · Beaver · Pattison · Hastings · Stone · Pennypacker · Stuart · Tener · Brumbaugh · Sproul · Pinchot · Fisher · Pinchot · Earle · James · Martin · Bell · Duff · Fine · Leader · Lawrence · Scranton · Shafer · Shapp · Thornburgh · Casey · Ridge · Schweiker · Rendell · Corbett  Lieutenant Governors Vice-Presidents (1777–1790) Bryan · M. Smith · Moore · Potter · Ewing · Irvine · Biddle · Muhlenberg · Redick · Ross Lieutenants Governors (since 1875) Latta • Stone • Black • Davies • Watres • Lyon • Gobin • Brown • Murphy • Reynolds • McClain • Beidleman • D. Davis • James • Shannon • Kennedy • Lewis • Bell • Strickler • Wood • Furman • J. Davis • Shafer • Broderick • Kline • Scranton • Singel • Schweiker • Jubelirer • Knoll • Scarnati · Cawley v · d · eSpeakers of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (Since 1791) Bingham • Wynkoop • Latimer • Evans • Weaver • Snyder • Porter • Snyder • Boileau • Engle • Weber • Tod • R. Smith • St. Clair • Holgate • Hill • Davidson • Hill • J. Lawrence • Gilmore • J. Lawrence • Sutherland • Ritner • Middleswarth • F. Smith • Laporte • Findley • Anderson • W. Patterson • J. Thompson • Middleswarth • Dewart • Hopkins • Crabb • Snowden • H. Wright • Snowden • F. Patterson • Cooper • Packer • McCalmont • Cessna • Rhey • Schell • Chase • Strong • R. Wright • Getz • Longaker • W. Lawrence • Davis • Rowe • Cessna • Johnson • Olmstead • Kelley • Glass • Davis • Clark • Strang • Webb • Elliott • McCormick • S. Patterson • Myer • Long • Hewitt • Faunce • Graham • Boyer • C. Thompson • Walton • Boyer • Farr • Marshall • Walton • McClain • Cox • Shreve • Alter • Ambler • Baldwin • Spangler • Whitaker • Goodnough • Bluett • McClure • Hess • Goodnough • Talbot • Sarig • Furman • Turner • Kilroy • Fiss • Lichtenwalter • Sorg • C. Smith • Andrews • Helm • Andrews • Helm • Hamilton • Lee • Fineman • Lee • Fineman • Irvis • Seltzer • Ryan • Irvis • Manderino • O'Donnell • DeWeese • Ryan • Perzel • O'Brien • McCall • S. Smith Persondata Name Furman, Roy E. Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 16, 1901 Place of birth Davistown, Pennsylvania Date of death May 18, 1977 Place of death This article about a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e