Barrows, David S. (David Stow), 1935-2014

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Barrows, David S. (David Stow), 1935-2014

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David Stow Barrows was born in Wisconsin in 1935. His family moved to California in early 1940s, and then to Washington, D.C., after the end of World War II. He attended Willamette University, where his advisor was State Senator Mark Hatfield. Hatfield got Barrows a job as a page in the Oregon House of Representatives, which led him to pursue a career as a lobbyist. He married Pat Gilmore in 1960, his last year of law school; they later had two children. After graduating, he practiced law while working toward his goal of becoming a full-time lobbyist. He subsequently became a lobbyist for the Oregon Savings and Loan League. Barrows died in 2014.

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