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Gerald J. Boileau

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Gerald John Boileau (January 15, 1900 – January 30, 1981) was a U.S. Representative from Wisconsin. Born in Woodruff, Wisconsin, Boileau graduated from Minocqua High School and served in the United States Army, in France, during World War I. He enlisted as a private February 25, 1918 and was honorably discharged as a corporal on July 16, 1919. Boileau graduated from Marquette University Law School, in 1922, and was subsequently admitted to the bar. He married Monica McKeon on August 25, 1925, in Superior, Wisconsin. They had two daughters, Nancy and Mary. He returned to Marathon County and became district attorney in 1926, a position he held until his election to Congress in 1931. Boileau was first elected a Republican to the Seventy-second United States Congress as the representative of Wisconsin's 8th congressional district. For his next term he redistricted to Wisconsin's 7th district and was reelected to the Seventy-third Congress. He was then reelected to the Seventy-fourth and
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