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Matthew J. Jasen

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Matthew Joseph Jasen (December 13, 1915 – February 4, 2006) was an American lawyer and politician. Life Born in Buffalo, New York, he was the son of Joseph J. Jasen and Celine (Perlinski) Jasen. He graduated from Canisius College, and LL.B. from University at Buffalo Law School, and was admitted to the bar in 1940. He married Anastasia Gawinski (d. 1970), and they had four children. He took a special wartime course at Harvard University's Civil Affairs Training School, and during the later part of World War II, was a Military Government Officer in Europe. After the war, he was President of the Security Review Board for Württemberg-Baden, and from 1946 to 1948 President of the Third Military Government Judicial District of Occupied Germany, with seat at Heidelberg. Afterwards he returned to Buffalo and practiced law. In 1957, he was appointed by Governor W. Averell Harriman to the New York Supreme Court (8th District) to fill a vacancy. In November 1957, he was elected to a
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