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Alan G. Pattee


Picture of Alan G. Pattee
CA Blue Book
Date Party Office Votes Result
11-02-1954 Republican AD-34 18930 Win
11-06-1956 Republican AD-34 40719 Win
11-04-1958 Republican AD-34 29203 Win
11-08-1960 Republican AD-34 40265 Win
11-06-1962 Republican AD-34 59991 Win
11-03-1964 Republican AD-34 70626 Win
11-08-1966 Republican AD-34 43252 Win
11-05-1968 Republican AD-34 54288 Win

Candidate Biography:

Born: December 12, 1913 in Riverside, CA
Married: Mary Hayne (m. 1938), Ingeborg (m. 1968)
Children: Susan and Harry
Died (in office): April 19, 1969 in San Jose, CA

1952: Delegate to Republican National Convention

  • SCHOLARSHIP: AB 338 (1970) created the Alan Pattee Scholarship; a waiver of fees and tuition to students in the California State University who are the natural or adopted child of law enforcement personnel or firefighters who are residents of California and who are killed as a result of the performance of official duties. 
  • DRUNK DRIVER: Pattee was killed (and his wife seriously injured) in a head-on collision with a pickup truck on Highway 101 just north of San Jose on the night of April 19. The driver of the pick-up truck, 26-year-old Manuel Lucas, was drunk and lost control of his vehicle, driving over the center divide and into the Pattee's vehicle.
  • Ingeborg Pattee was a member of the California Art Commission in the 1970s.

Source: California Blue Book (1958), (1967)
Source: A Disorderly House: The Brown-Unruh Years in Sacramento by James R. Mills (Heyday Books; 1987)
Source: "California GOP Wins Third Election of 1969‎" by AP, New York Times (6/19/1969)
Source: "Pattee Dies in Crash; GOP Loses 1-Seat Edge in Assembly" by a Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times (4/20/1969)