Delegate Mark Cole (R-Fredericksburg)

Photo of Mark Cole
Party
Republican
District
88: Counties of Fauquier (part), Spotsylvania (part), and Stafford (part); City of Fredericksburg (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Next Election
November 2015
Committees
Education, Finance, Privileges and Elections (Chair)
Copatroning Habits
86% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 84% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 71% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
24% in 2013
Campaign Contributions
$51,483.14 cash on hand (May 2013 report)
Top 10 Donors
Dominion Leadership Trust PAC Fredericksburg $1,013
Altria Client Services Inc. Kraft Foods Phillip Morris Richmond $1,000
AT&T Phone Oakton $500
Norfolk Southern Corporation Railroad Richmond $250

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Recent Mentions on Blogs

Interview with <b>Mark Cole</b> | Tellest

March 19, 2014
This week, we sat down with Mark Cole, writer of The Nine Realms series of books. With such aspirations, it was imperative that we had a chance to chat with Mark about his work, and find out just what makes him tick. We had ...

ArnoldEllis: VA <b>Del</b>. <b>Mark Cole</b> freezes women&#39;s opportunity for <b>...</b>

February 20, 2014
VA Del. Mark Cole freezes women's opportunity for economic security. Delegate Cole claims that he supports equality for women, yet refuses to allow even a committee hearing on the ERA bill. from Government - United ...

Virginia roadblock on Ratification of ERA - Stalls Workplace Equity

February 11, 2014
By Progressive Democrats of America - Feb. 7, 2014 This letter went out to PDA subscribers this week:]. Del. Mark Cole's legislative aide said he is not planning on introducing the ERA legislation to be heard in the House committee effectively ... for all women in the United States. Remind Delegate Cole and Speaker Howell that the number one issue for women is economic equality and women all across the nation are watching Virginia! Del. Mark Cole (804) 698-1088

<b>Mark Cole</b>, bill killer | On Politics - blogs of fredericksburg.com

January 10, 2014
But Del. Mark Cole, R-Spotsylvania, did just that Thursday. Cole, who is chairman of the House Privileges and Elections Committee, stood on the House floor to tell his colleagues that his committee would not be hearing any ...

Cole&#39;s Bill Would Allow Guns at Private Schools - Government <b>...</b>

December 20, 2013
Next Previous Slideshow Download. Virginia Delegate Mark Cole (R-VA-88) has introduced a bill that would allow possession of a stun weapon, knife or other weapon, or a firearm on private or religious school property.

Recent Mentions in the Media

Allentown Morning Call: Whitehall High School releases Honor Roll list for Third Marking Period 2013-2014

April 16, 2014
... Tyler Bridgwood, Remington Brobst, Alyssa Brooks-Wells, Michael Bundra, Katelin Bush, Janet Sezyan Chan, Jesse Chontofalsky, Megan Cirocco, Mark Cole, Jeffrey Cordon, Elizabeth Victoria Cutshaw, Jacob Daney, Alexander Dauscher, Matthew Devers ...

These are all of the video clips of Mark Cole’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 237 video clips in all.

Index

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Bills

  • HB27: Vehicle weight limits; extensions apply also to interstates designated as state primary highways.
  • HB44: Va. Defense Force; creates personal property tax classification for vehicle owned by member.
  • HB45: General Assembly districts; technical adjustments to certain House of Delegates districts.
  • HB55: Voter registration; adds political party affiliation to information an applicant must provide.
  • HB87: Transportation; Commonwealth priority of projects and funding.
  • HB104: Chief and assistant chief election officers; appointment, qualifications and terms of officers.
  • HB105: Write-in votes; threshold amount required for certain actions by electoral boards.
  • HB114: Schools, private or religious; possession of firearm, etc., on school property.
  • HB133: Two-Year College Transfer Grant Program; eligibility criteria.
  • HB134: Diabetes; certain students permitted to self-check blood glucose levels on school property, etc.
  • HB227: Public water and sewer utilities and authorities; service contracts.
  • HB228: Visually impaired students; evaluation by certified Teacher of Visually Impaired.
  • HB229: Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families; special education programs.
  • HB679: Voting equipment; technical amendments to reflect updates in equipment technology.
  • HB784: Virginia Geographic Information Network Advisory Board, etc.; membership and terms.
  • HB785: Reduced cigarette ignition propensity; penalties.
  • HB1122: Service of process; social security numbers.
  • HB1131: Health care providers; regulation, prohibited acts, penalties.
  • HJ432: Commending Tower of Deliverance Church.
  • HR185: Celebrating the life of George Gordon Dwyer.
  • HB10: BPOL tax; maximum fee and tax rates established by a locality.
  • HB55: Primary dates; presidential primary.
  • HB59: Elections; persons entitled to have name placed on ballot, etc.
  • HB259: House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries.
  • HB1132: Primary elections; allows write-in votes, etc.
  • HB1337: Polling place procedures; voter identification to be current, valid, and contain photograph.
  • HB1338: Circuit court judges; restricts appointment to office if General Assembly fails to elect.
  • HB1345: Rappahannock River Basin Commission; reduces number of members.
  • HB1346: Presidential electors; candidate petitions, required signatures, etc.
  • HB1348: House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries.
  • HB1377: Students; care of those who have been diagnosed with diabetes.
  • HB1378: Legal notices; locality to publish on its website instead of advertising in newspaper.
  • HB1401: Real property tax; collection of delinquent taxes, notice to taxpayer regarding payment agreement.
  • HB1402: Income tax, state; adjusts elements of Virginia's individual income tax to account for inflation.
  • HB1403: Retail Sales and Use Tax; increases amount of revenue dedicated to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB1404: Residential development; impact fees to defray costs of public facilities.
  • HB1582: Armed security officers; protection of schools and child day centers.
  • HB1730: Standards of Quality; full-time uniformed school resource officer.
  • HB2169: Grievance procedure, local; removes requirement.
  • HB2170: Public procurement; posting by local public bodies of procurement opportunities.
  • HB2344: School safety; threat assessment teams, model critical incident response training program, etc.
  • HJ884: Commending Bessie Ann Morefield.
  • HJ885: Celebrating the life of George Montgomery Van Sant.
  • HR128: Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election.
  • HR206: Commending the Rappahannock Choral Society.
  • HB9: Voting procedures; voter identification requirements, provisional ballots.
  • HB10: BPOL tax; maximum fee and tax rates established by a locality.
  • HB11: Transportation; bonds for specific project on northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 95.
  • HB22: Firearms; disposition thereof acquired by localities.
  • HB23: Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales and use tax revenue dedicated to Fund.
  • HB24: BPOL tax; certain localities required to assess on Virginia taxable income.
  • HB25: Concealed handgun permit; confidentiality of permittee information.
  • HB26: Concealed handgun permits; failure to produce upon demand of a law-enforcement officer, penalty.
  • HB35: State taxes; period of limitation on collection reduced to seven years.
  • HB36: Primary elections; political party shall pay costs of primary.
  • HB37: Officer of election; option to waive compensation and serve as an unpaid volunteer officer.
  • HB38: Absentee voting; duties of general registrar and electoral board.
  • HB55: Primary dates; presidential primary.
  • HB56: Voter registration applications; protection of certain residence address information.
  • HB57: Voter registration; registrars with respect to voter registration records.
  • HB58: Urban county executive form; filling vacancy on board of supervisors.
  • HB59: Elections; persons entitled to have name placed on ballot, etc.
  • HB60: Illegal voting and registrations; prohibition against voting more than once.
  • HB61: Absentee ballot applications; unlawful to solicit in person from individuals in any hospital, etc.
  • HB62: Abortion funding; repealed.
  • HB63: Provisional ballots; electoral board meeting opened only to authorized party to determine validity.
  • HB64: Elections; assistance to voters.
  • HB138: Public schools; impact of unlawful aliens, report.
  • HB139: Concealed handguns; persons who may lawfully carry hidden from common observation, penalty.
  • HB140: State Police Officers Retirement System (SPORS); mandatory retirement requirement exemptions.
  • HB141: Freedom of Information Act; exempts personal information in constituent correspondence.
  • HB259: House of Delegates Districts; technical adjustments in boundaries.
  • HB260: Health care providers; prohibited acts.
  • HB261: Abortion; ultrasound required at least 48 hours prior to undergoing procedure.
  • HB384: Virginia Personnel Act; hiring preference in state employment for members of National Guard, etc.
  • HB385: Industrial development authorities; removes prohibition for refinancing debt of organizations.
  • HB490: Executive branch boards and councils, certain; staggering of terms, etc.
  • HB531: Historic rehabilitation tax credit; certain income under federal law is not income for State tax.
  • HB623: Elections; administrative matters and duties of electoral board and general registrar.
  • HB1131: Elections; municipalities will pay expenses associated with May elections after June 30, 2009, etc.
  • HB1132: Primary elections; allows write-in votes, etc.
  • HB1133: Candidate petitions for primaries and general elections; requirements for petition circulators.
  • HB1151: Congressional districts; petition requirements for candidates for statewide offices.
  • HB1196: Zoning provisions; private schools and child day centers operated by religious institutions.
  • HJ52: Tax structure, State's; joint subcommittee to study reforming.
  • HJ366: Commending Grove Baptist Church.
  • HJ435: Commending the Rappahannock Valley Amateur Radio Club.
  • HJ500: Commending Dr. Thomas G. Digges, Jr.
  • HB20: Disabled veteran; definition.
  • HB57: Business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL) tax; limits on rates and imposition.
  • HB110: BPOL tax; localities to decide to impose on business's gross receipts or its State taxable income.
  • HB573: Public nuisances; locality to include activity or conduct that causes annoyance, etc.
  • HB1437: BPOL tax; localities to decide to impose on business gross receipts or State taxable income.
  • HB1438: Goods; those produced or manufactured within State are not subject to federal law, regulation, etc.
  • HB1471: Homestead and other exemptions; exemption of real or personal property.
  • HB1472: License plates, special; fees for certain disabled veterans.
  • HB1507: Primary schedule in 2011; moves primary date to August 23, 2011, in anticipation of redistricting.
  • HB1508: Elections; certain prohibitions for local electoral boards.
  • HB1560: Elections; voting procedures and voter identification requirements.
  • HB1561: Zoning administrator; appeal of decisions.
  • HB1666: Veterans Services, Department of; duties of Commissioner, establishment of advisory committees.
  • HB1842: Boards, commissions, and councils; makes policy improvements and clarifications.
  • HB1843: Presidential primary; moves date to first Tuesday in March.
  • HB1864: Urban development areas; developable acreage is redefined to exclude certain lands.
  • HB1865: Transportation districts; membership by portions of counties, etc., collection of motor fuels taxes.
  • HB1866: Real estate tax relief; local government may cap taxes of elderly and disabled.
  • HB1867: Gang-free zones; expanded to include any school bus stop or public buildings, etc.
  • HB2433: Abortion; shall undergo ultrasound imaging and view image of her fetus.
  • HJ539: Constitutional amendment; imposition of taxes and fees by General Assembly or local governing body.
  • HJ540: Constitutional amendment; state and local budgets, limits on appropriations.
  • HJ556: Family life education; subcommittee to study fiscal impact of changing from an opt-out program, etc.
  • HJ613: Constitutional amendment; limitation on debt (first reference).
  • HJ915: Commending Pastor Don C. Forrester.
  • HB16: Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations.
  • HB17: Taxes, state; reduces period of limitation for collection from 20 to 10 years.
  • HB18: Commerce; goods manufactured or made in State shall not be authority of U.S. Congress to regulate.
  • HB19: VRE; allows Potomac-Rappahannock Transportation Commission to charge higher fares.
  • HB20: Disabled veteran; definition.
  • HB50: Absentee ballots; duties of electoral board to send within three business days, penalty.
  • HB51: Comprehensive plan amendment; grants authority to local gov't to prepare & submit to public hearing.
  • HB52: Concealed handgun permit; failure to produce upon demand of a law-enforcement officer, penalty.
  • HB53: Human tracking devices; unlawful use thereof by insurer or employer.
  • HB54: Handgun; person with lawful possession may carry into courthouse.
  • HB55: Virginia Railway Express service; assessment of localities.
  • HB56: Testamentary trustees; relief of duty to file an inventory or annual accounts.
  • HB57: Business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL) tax; limits on rates and imposition.
  • HB106: Concealed handguns; person with valid permit allowed to carry in place of worship with permission.
  • HB107: Adult students; notifying schools when charged with certain crimes, etc.
  • HB108: Firearms; disposition of those acquired by localities.
  • HB109: Firearms; repealing requirement for sellers of pistols to send report to clerk of circuit court.
  • HB110: BPOL tax; localities to decide to impose on business's gross receipts or its State taxable income.
  • HB573: Public nuisances; locality to include activity or conduct that causes annoyance, etc.
  • HB574: Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; coverage.
  • HB575: School divisions, local; flexibility in meeting specific state education mandates.
  • HB576: Individual health insurance coverage; resident of State shall not be required to obtain a policy.
  • HB577: Real property tax; time to appeal assessments extended.
  • HB578: Trapping of rabbits; person may use box trap to transport for release onto other property in State.
  • HB579: Motorcycles; required to use muffler system in good working order that meets federal standards.
  • HB580: Vehicle license fees; allows localities to exempt members of certain sheriff's volunteer units.
  • HB1242: Voter lists; expands list of people & organizations who may purchase list of registered voters.
  • HB1386: Constitutional amendments; information provided to voters on State Board of Elections' website.
  • HJ11: Constitutional amendment; localities to establish either income or financial worth limitations.
  • HJ88: Federal budget; Congress to propose amendment to U.S. Constitution for balanced budget requirement.
  • HJ233: Commending Sheriff Charles E. Jett and the Stafford County Sheriff's Office.
  • HJ386: Commending Spotsylvania County Crime Solvers.
  • HJ411: Celebrating the life of William Eugene Gallahan, Jr.
  • HJ422: Commending the Faith Baptist School girls' basketball team.
  • HR29: Commending Friends of the Rappahannock.
  • HB356: Impact fees; assessment, collection, and imposition of certain.
  • HB395: Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children; established, report.
  • HB1577: Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations.
  • HB1627: Motor carrier liability insurance; reduces minimum amount thereof required of operator of trolleys.
  • HB1628: Contractor performance bonds; amount for locally administered transportation improvement projects.
  • HB1629: Pedestrians; grants counties same authority as cities & towns to prohibit loitering on bridges, etc.
  • HB1637: Boards of zoning appeals; when actions may be taken.
  • HB1666: Hunting permit, special; issued to patients from veterans or military hospitals.
  • HB1727: Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children; created, report.
  • HB1728: Road impact fees; allows localities to reduce or exempt fee for commercial development.
  • HB1729: Electric transmission lines; locality may request an electric utility to install underground, etc.
  • HB1730: Tax legislation; requires a sunset date of no more than four years on all.
  • HB1731: Vehicle license plates; provides for display of one license plate on vehicles.
  • HB1854: Grievance procedure; gives localities authority to use an administrative hearing officer.
  • HB2528: Disposition of firearms; no participation in program if individuals are given valuable in exchange.
  • HB2544: Election recounts; losing candidate may initiate when difference less than 5% of total vote cast.
  • HB2555: Development rights; permits Fauquier County to enact an ordinance for severance & transfer thereof.
  • HB2563: Street construction; allows locality to withhold acceptance of plat approval if street not complete.
  • HJ688: Constitutional amendment; real property tax relief for persons 65 years old, etc. (first reference).
  • HJ836: Commending Bishop George B. Quick.
  • HJ837: Commending Edith Fleming.
  • HJ838: Commending Richard Fleming.
  • HJ5011: Commending Mount Holly Baptist Church on the occasion of its 175th anniversary.
  • HR47: Auditor of Public Accounts; nomination for election.
  • HR63: Commending the Family Foundation of Virginia.
  • HB46: Campaign finance disclosure reports; identification of all contributors.
  • HB47: Illegal aliens; adds presumption, subject to rebuttal, against admitting to bail any alien charged.
  • HB48: Motorcycles; driving two abreast in a single lane.
  • HB49: Utility easements; conveyance thereof subject to condition is void if not used within 20 years.
  • HB50: Civil remedial fees; repeals provision for those imposed on certain drivers.
  • HB107: Public schools; grade placement test.
  • HB108: Reckless driving; drivers of certain heavy trucks exceeding posted speed limit guilty thereof.
  • HB109: Firearms; regulation thereof by state entities.
  • HB208: Public facilities; deferral of subdivision plats or site plans when inadequate.
  • HB209: Standards of Quality; school board to employ school resource officer.
  • HB210: Private schools and child day centers; armed security officers may carry firearms onto property.
  • HB211: Water Protection Permit; exempts landowners whose construction or maintenance may impact wetlands.
  • HB212: Firearms taxes, certain; destruction of records.
  • HB213: Income tax, state; TRICARE physicians tax credit.
  • HB214: Public entities; rights of persons with disabilities.
  • HB350: Zoning ordinance; powers of zoning administrators.
  • HB351: Income tax, state; exemption for launch services and payload to space flight participants.
  • HB352: Motor carriers; liability insurance for buses with capacity of no more than 40 passengers.
  • HB353: Campaign finance; reporting certain designated contributions.
  • HB354: Textbook purchases; Board of Education shall publish list of approved textbooks, publisher, etc.
  • HB355: General Education Development testing program; lowers age requirement.
  • HB356: Impact fees; assessment, collection, and imposition of certain.
  • HB357: Electric utility special rate districts; adds Fauquier County to those localities that may request.
  • HB358: Water hook-up permits; suspending during certain emergencies.
  • HB359: Campaign contributions; requires PACs to report contributions for election of particular candidate.
  • HB395: Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children; established, report.
  • HB1110: Motor carrier liability insurance; required for operators of trolleys.
  • HB1111: Income tax, state; historic rehabilitation tax credit.
  • HB1112: Weight limit violations; disposition of penalties by Stafford County.
  • HB1113: Certificate of occupancy; imposition of fee for issuance.
  • HB1472: Discrimination; employee's failure to speak English shall not constitute cause of action.
  • HB1577: Polling places; provides for extension of polling hours in emergency situations.
  • HB6001: Highway construction funds; provides for allocation thereof for primary, urban, & secondary systems.
  • HB6002: Transportation Trust Fund; increases amount of sales and use tax revenue dedicated thereto.
  • HB6003: Highway construction funds; provides for allocation thereof for primary & secondary systems.
  • HJ75: Businesses, private; joint subcommittee to study local incentives provided for economic development.
  • HJ299: Joint Assembly; receiving Governor and other distinguished guests, and establish rules of conduct.
  • HJ303: Williamsburg session.
  • HJ456: Celebrating the life of Thelma E. Monroe.
  • HJ463: Commending Mount Ararat Baptist Church on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.
  • HJ472: Celebrating the life of Mary Virginia Pancotti.
  • HJ495: Celebrating the life of Sergeant Dustin John Perrott.
  • HJ499: Commending the Riverbend High School girls' soccer team.
  • HJ500: Commending Arthur T. Hart II.
  • HJ529: Commending Lloyd Chittum.
  • HJ530: Commending Bob Gibbons.
  • HJ612: Joint Rules Committee; confirming various appointments.
  • HJ5011: Commending Mount Holly Baptist Church on the occasion of its 175th anniversary.
  • HJ6030: Commending Mount Olive Baptist Church on the occasion of its 190th anniversary.
  • HJ6056: Commending the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy.
  • HJ6057: Commending Edward J. Evers.
  • HR28: Celebrating the life of George Loyall Gordon, Jr.
  • HB1638: Transportation Trust Fund; sales and use tax revenue dedicated thereto.
  • HB1645: Overweight permit; underground pipe cleaning, hydroexcavating, etc. to be issued.
  • HB1646: Motor carriers of passengers; insurance based on number thereof by carrier.
  • HB1647: Electric transmission lines; adds Stafford Cnty to list authorized to enter into agreement w/utilit.
  • HB1648: Retail Sales and Use Tax; makes motor fuels tax optional in certain NOVA transportation districts.
  • HB1649: Transmission lines; restrictions on SCC for underground location thereof.
  • HB1724: Transportation impact fees; fee for issuance of certificate of occupancy for certain buildings, etc.
  • HB1725: Transportation Bond Act of 2007; created.
  • HB1918: Illegal aliens; presence unlawful in State, penalty.
  • HB1919: Electric transmission lines; adds Stafford Cnty to list authorized to enter into agreement w/utilit.
  • HB2300: Firearms; prohibits state entities or institutions of higher education from adopting regulations.
  • HB2301: Abortion; informed consent thereto shall include determination by physician.
  • HB2302: Nonpublic schools; school boards may enter into agreements therewith for transportation services.
  • HB2303: Hunting on Sundays; allows landowners and persons who have written permission of landowner.
  • HB3047: School boards; notification of parent when student participates in school-sponsored clubs.
  • HB3097: Freedom of Information Act (FOIA); personal information in constituent correspondence.
  • HB3112: Notaries; fees for services.
  • HJ585: Constitutional amendment; General Assembly meeting with single unicameral legislature.
  • HJ586: Constitutional amendment; excludes privately owned motor vehicles used for nonbusiness purposes.
  • HJ610: Constitutional amendment; establishes uniform election date (first reference).
  • HJ822: Celebrating the life of Colonel Paul M. Kelly.
  • HJ925: Commending the North Stafford High School step team.
  • HJ926: Commending Hartwood Volunteer Fire Department.
  • HB14: Silviculture practices; allows local government to regulate for land.
  • HB85: Retail Sales and Use Tax revenue; increases amount to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB86: Income tax, state; increases personal exemption.
  • HB87: Real estate tax; exemptions for certain elderly and handicapped.
  • HB88: Traffic-calming studies; VDOT to implement measures.
  • HB138: Voter registration; spouse or dependent of military member, exceptions.
  • HB139: Condemnation property; localities to obtain consent from locality in which property is located.
  • HB140: Personal Property Tax Relief Fund; created, change in reimbursements for certain vehicles, report.
  • HB141: Impact fees for transportation; authorize Fauquier and Spotsylvania Counties to impose.
  • HB142: Zoning ordinances; certain residential facilities w/incapacitated persons single family dwellings.
  • HB143: Highways, bridges, and interchanges; allows Transportation Board to name.
  • HB144: Unemployment compensation; disqualifies certain public school teachers for benefits.
  • HB145: Motor vehicle fuels tax; imposition optional for localities in certain transportation districts.
  • HB146: Concealed handguns; prohibits person who carries into restaurants from consuming alcoholic beverage.
  • HB147: Service districts; localities may contribute from general fund for certain government services.
  • HB148: Stormwater management program; includes enlargement, improvement and maintenance of dams.
  • HB149: Service districts; change in sources of revenue for localities.
  • HB150: Dogs; releasing upon or near posted land, penalty.
  • HB267: Nursing home bed projects; conditions for issuance of certificate of public need.
  • HB268: Stormwater management program; includes maintenance of dams.
  • HB1378: Abortion; provides that informed consent shall include determination by physician.
  • HB1411: Dog dealers; definition thereof.
  • HB1456: Display of license plates; removes requirement thereof on front of motor vehicle.
  • HB5009: Retail Sales and Use Tax; increase to be dedicated to Transportation Trust Fund.
  • HB5015: Overweight permits; issuance for underground pipe cleaning, hydroexcavating equipment, etc..
  • HB5100: Primary/secondary highway improvement projects; eliminates requirement by county for VDOT approval.
  • HJ251: Commending Deborah S. Goforth.
  • HJ273: Commending William M. Anderson, Jr.
  • HJ384: Celebrating the life of Elizabeth L. Dailey.
  • HJ464: Celebrating the life of Calvin Lindbergh Ritchie.
  • HJ5088: Celebrating the life of Ethel Clark Leming.