Ron Lollar’s biography

The late Rep. Ron Lollar
  • Born Aug 13, 1948, Jackson, Tenn.
  • Died July 6, 2018
  • Married, wife Brenda, three children
  • Baptist, Deacon of Faith Baptist Church
  • Member of Gideon International
  • B. S. Austin Peay State University, 1975
  • Associate Degree, Jackson State Community College, 1973
  • U. S. Marine Corps, 1967-1971
  • Sgt. Ceremonial White House Guard
  • Army National Guard (E-7), 1980-1982

Tennessee House of Representatives

  • Chair, House Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommittee
  • Member, House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee
  • Member, House Education Administration & Planning Committee
  • House member of the 105th through 110th General Assemblies

Community involvement

  • A.L.E.C. (American Legislative Exchange Council, a nonprofit organization of conservative state legislators and private sector representatives who draft and share model state-level legislation for distribution among state governments in the U.S.)
  • Shelby County School Board, District 2, three terms
  • Representative of Tennessee Legislative Network
  • 2006, chair, Tennessee Legislative Network
  • 2005, chair Elect, Tennessee Legislative Network
  • 2006, Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA), member of Board of Directors
  • 2001-2002 and 2005, selected as Tennessee Legislative Network Board Member by TSBA
  • 2004, Member of all Tennessee School Board, Tennessee School Board Association
  • Panel moderator for Tennessee State School Board Association
  • Active participant in all policy and upgrading changes of the Shelby County Schools and in Nashville to lobby for legislation pertinent to all interests in Shelby County Schools
  • 2005, Charter member of Arlington Kiwanis Club
  • President, Future Farmers of America
  • 1973, president, Student Body Association, Jackson State
  • 1975, president, Student Government Association, Austin Peay
  • Various university committees, Judicial Curriculum Alumni
  • F & AM Masonic Lodge, Park Avenue 362
  • Memphis Jaycees

Source: Tennessee General Assembly’s webpage on Rep. Ron Lollar.