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Anthony J. Travia

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Anthony John Travia February 26, 1911 – December 7, 1993 was an American lawyer, Democratic politician and federal judge from New York

Lifeedit

He was born on February 26, 1911, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin He graduated LLB from St John's University School of Law in 1932 In 1935, he married Rita A Sorrentino, and they had two sons: Anthony John Travia Jr and Robert F Travia1

On November 2, 1943, he was elected to the New York State Assembly Kings Co, 22nd D, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of James A Corcoran He was re-elected in 1944, and remained in the Assembly until 1946, sitting in the 164th and 165th New York State Legislatures

He was again a member of the State Assembly from 1949 to 1968, sitting in the 167th, 168th, 169th, 170th, 171st, 172nd, 173rd, 174th, 175th, 176th and 177th New York State Legislatures; and was Minority Leader from 1959 to 1964, and Speaker of the New York State Assembly from 1965 to 1968 He was President of the New York State Constitutional Convention of 1967

President Lyndon B Johnson appointed Travia to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York on April 25, 1968, to a seat vacated by Matthew T Abruzzo He was confirmed by the US Senate on June 24, 1968, and received his commission on July 17, 1968 His service terminated on November 30, 1974, when he resigned saying he wanted to spend more time with his family

He is the author of Travia Leave, Law 3107 of the NYS Education Law, which specifies that public employees who are members of a retirement system “…shall upon application be granted a retirement leave with full pay consisting of one half of their accumulated unused sick leave up to a maximum of one semester”

He died on December 7, 1993 at the Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, New York1

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b "Anthony J Travia Sr, Assembly Speaker, 82" New York Times December 9, 1993 Retrieved 2014-12-29 Anthony J Travia Sr, a former Speaker of the New York State Assembly and a retired United States District Court judge, died on Tuesday at Vassar Brothers Hospital in Poughkeepsie, NY He was 82 

Further readingedit

  • Profile at the Federal Judicial Center
  • Explanation of Travia Leave from CUNY Professional Staff Congress
New York Assembly
Preceded by
James A Corcoran
New York State Assembly
Kings County, 22nd District

1944–1946
Succeeded by
Joseph M Soviero
Preceded by
Joseph M Soviero
New York State Assembly
Kings County, 22nd District

1949–1965
Succeeded by
district abolished
Preceded by
new district
New York State Assembly
38th District

1966–1968
Succeeded by
Vito P Battista
Political offices
Preceded by
Eugene F Bannigan
Minority Leader in the New York State Assembly
1959–1964
Succeeded by
George L Ingalls
Preceded by
Joseph Carlino
Speaker of the New York State Assembly
1965–1968
Succeeded by
Moses M Weinstein
Acting
Legal offices
Preceded by
Matthew T Abruzzo
Judge of the US District Court for the Eastern D of NY
1968–1974
Succeeded by
George Cheney Pratt

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