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Memorable Manitobans: Emil Moeller (1902-1986)

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Emil Moeller
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Farmer, MLA (1963-1966).

Born at Dellstedt, Germany on 16 September 1902, he came to Manitoba where he farmed near Teulon, growing sugar beets since 1940, and was active in community affairs, serving as Associate Director of the Manitoba Sugar Beet Association, Chairman of the Interlake School Division, President of the Teulon Chamber of Commerce, President of the Teulon Cooperative Elevator Association, and a board member for the Hunter Memorial Hospital and Rockwood Centennial Hall. Elected to the Manitoba Legislature at the general election in December 1962, representing the Fisher constituency, he served a single term. He died at his residence in Teulon on 28 October 1986 and was interred in the Windsor Cemetery.


“Emil Moeller elected to provincial legislature,” Manitoba Sugar Beet Bulletin, Spring 1963, page 11. [Manitoba Legislative Library]

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 31 October 1986, page 44.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 3 January 2018

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