- About Frank Lautenberg
Full name: Frank Lautenberg
Also known as: Frank Raleigh Lautenberg, Frank Lautenberg, Lautenberg, Frank Raleigh
Education: Columbia Business School
Professions: United States Senator from New Jersey; co-founder of Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
Work: Democratic nominee for Senator from New Jersey
- Frank Lautenberg Death information
Died: Monday, 3rd of June, 2013 (Age: 89)
- Frank Lautenberg Biography
Frank Raleigh Lautenberg (/ˈlɔːtənbɜrɡ/; January 23, 1924 – June 3, 2013) was a United States Senator from New Jersey and a member of the Democratic Party. He first served in the United States Senate from 1982 to 2001; after a brief retirement, he was asked by his party to run again after Robert Torricelli dropped out of the 2002 Senate race due to a scandal. Lautenberg was re-elected to the Senate and served from 2003 until his death in June 2013. He was the last serving veteran of World War II in the United States Senate. Before entering politics, he was the chairman and chief executive officer of Automatic Data Processing, Inc.He has been called "the last of the New Deal liberals" and was known for his legislative efforts against drunk driving, and his support of spending for Amtrak and urban public transportation, for stronger environmental regulations, greater consumer protections, and investigations of wrongdoing by Wall Street.
- Frank Lautenberg Family
Spouse: Bonnie Englebardt
Childrens: Lisa, Nan, Joshua, Ellen