19th-23rd Legislature (1995 -2004)

HOUSE
BEVERLY MASEK





Representative Beverly Masek
District: 28
Party: Republican

Legislative Service
1995-2004 Representative

Date/Place of Birth:
9/30/63; Anvik, AK

Occupation:
Businessperson

Children:
Son - Michael

Residency in Alaska:
Anvik; 1963-81 Anchorage; 1981-84 Fairbanks; 1984-86 Willow; 1986-present

Education:
Anvik High School, Diploma - 1981

Political and Government Positions:
Alaska House of Representatives, 1994-present; Commissioner: Alaska Native Commission, Alaska Historical Commission; Member: Alaska State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission.

Business and Professional Positions:
Spokesperson: Alyeska Pipeline, Charter North and Payless Drug Stores; Assistant Manager, Stuckagain Heights Lodge; Bookkeeper, Chena Hot Springs; Operator, Masek Racing Kennels; Owner/Operator, Rustic Wilderness Lodge

Service Organization(s) Membership:
Alaska Boating Association; National Rifle Association; Willow United Methodist Church; Alaska Outdoor Council; National Foundation of Women Legislators; Women's Legislative Network (NCSL); Heartland Institute Legislative Advisor

Special Interests:
Family, dog mushing, hiking, fishing, outdoor activities, helping people solve problems

Other:
Only representative from the U.S. at the 1992 Winter Olympics Exhibition Sled Dog Race, France; Public speaker in schools across Alaska; Child abuse prevention program/goal setting and achievement program; Hugh O'Brien Youth Foundation; Four time Iditarod finisher, 1990-93; Alaska Distinguished Service Medal, 1999; Two time winner of the Talkeetna Moose Dropping Festivals Mountain Mothers Contest

Legislative Service:

Prime Sponsorship
BillShort TitlePrime Sponsor(s)Current StatusStatus Date
HB 60 TRADITIONAL ACCESS FOR HUNTING/FISHING REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(H) RES 01/22/1999
HB 75 CAPITAL PUNISHMENT FOR CHILD MURDER REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(H) JUD 02/03/1999
HB 113 POSTSECONDARY EDUC FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDEN REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(H) FIN 04/26/1999
HB 114 REPEAL PROHIBITION ANTLERLESS MOOSE REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
RETURNED TO (S) RLS 04/18/2000
HB 127 LIMIT WEIGHT OF STUDS USED ON TIRES REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(S) TRA 04/13/1999
HB 196 EXEMPT SLED DOGS AS PRIVATE NUISANCES REPRESENTATIVE MASEK BY REQUEST
(H) CRA 04/13/1999
HB 348 HUNTER MUST HAVE PROOF OF GUIDE'S LICENSE REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(H) RES 02/07/2000
HB 349 FISH AND GAME/REFUGES/HABITAT & USE AREAS REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(S) RES 04/13/2000
HJR 22 AK NATIVE ON PACIFIC SALMON COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(H) FSH 02/26/1999
HJR 53 CONST AM: WILD FOOD RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE MASEK
(H) FIN 03/29/2000



Cosponsored Bills
BillShort TitlePrime Sponsor(s)Current StatusStatus Date
HB 8 NAMING SHELBY'S WAY PEDESTRIAN UNDERPASS REPRESENTATIVE KOHRING
RETURNED TO (H) RLS 01/31/2000
HB 34 REPORTING CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN REPRESENTATIVE DYSON
CHAPTER 62 SLA 99 06/22/1999
HB 80 EMPLOYMENT PREFERENCE FOR NAT'L GUARD REPRESENTATIVE MORGAN
CHAPTER 7 SLA 99 04/13/1999
HB 120 NATIONAL YOUTH CORPS FUNDING & TEACHERS REPRESENTATIVE MULDER
(H) MLV 02/26/1999
HB 226 CREDITED SERVICE FOR ON-THE-JOB INJURIES REPRESENTATIVE COGHILL
CHAPTER 52 SLA 00 05/11/2000
HB 259 PUBLIC DEFENDER CHILDREN'S PROCEEDINGS REPRESENTATIVE COGHILL
CHAPTER 123 SLA 00 06/06/2000
HB 265 ALASKA REGIONAL ECONOMIC ASSIST. PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVE AUSTERMAN
CHAPTER 43 SLA 00 05/11/2000
HCR 2 SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATE; RESOURCES REPRESENTATIVE COGHILL
(H) RLS 05/15/1999
HCR 8 ALASKA BID PREF FOR AK RAIL CORP. REPRESENTATIVE PHILLIPS
(S) TRA 04/27/1999
HJR 8 NATIONAL BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM REPRESENTATIVE HARRIS
LEGIS RESOLVE 1 03/26/1999
HJR 35 REPEAL BRADY ACT REPRESENTATIVE COGHILL
(H) PERMNTLY FILED 04/11/2000
HJR 49 CONST AM: PERM FUND INCOME DISTRIBUTION REPRESENTATIVE OGAN
(H) JUD 04/07/2000
HJR 51 ALASKA-CANADA RAIL FEASIBILITY STUDY REPRESENTATIVE JAMES
(H) TRA 03/01/2000
SB 3 CRIMES OF MURDER & CHILD MURDERS SENATOR HALFORD
CHAPTER 54 SLA 99 06/04/1999
SB 4 VICTIMS' RIGHTS/PRISONER'S PFD SENATOR HALFORD
VETOED BY GOVERNOR 06/08/2000
SB 9 PERS CREDIT FOR NONCERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES SENATOR WILKEN
CHAPTER 22 SLA 99 05/14/1999
SB 27 ACCESS TO DRIVING/SCHOOL RECORDS OF CHILD SENATOR LEMAN
CHAPTER 36 SLA 99 06/01/1999
SB 73 ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES SENATOR MILLER
CHAPTER 83 SLA 00 05/24/2000
SB 247 VETERANS' ELIGIBILITY FOR LONGEVITY BONUS SENATOR LEMAN
CHAPTER 55 SLA 00 05/11/2000
SB 268 MANDATORY 99-YEAR TERM OF IMPRISONMENT SENATOR DONLEY
CHAPTER 49 SLA 00 05/11/2000

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