Ernst Wilke (politician)

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Ernst Wilke (born May 25, 1930 in Berndorf ) is a German politician ( FDP ). From 1987 to 1991 he was government president of the Hessian administrative district of Kassel and from February 1992 to October 1994 State Secretary in the Thuringian Ministry for the Environment and Regional Planning .

education and profession

Ernst Wilke completed an apprenticeship in agriculture. After obtaining his university entrance qualification at the Höhere Landbauschule in Witzenhausen , he studied agricultural sciences at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen . Immediately afterwards he worked there for two years as a research assistant at the Institute for Farm Management. 1960 doctorate he attended the University of Giessen to Dr. agr. in the field of business administration . The Assessor exam put Wilke in 1962 after visiting the agricultural-educational institute in Giessen and one year traineeship in Fritzlar from.

He then worked as a lecturer at the Hessian Agricultural Consultant Seminar in Rauischholzhausen . From 1968 to 1969 he was given leave of absence from teaching to take over the management of the rural elementary school in Friedrichsdorf . In 1969 he moved to the Hessian Ministry of Agriculture as a consultant for advice and adult training . He worked there until 1970 when he was appointed Deputy President of the Hessian State Office for Agriculture in Kassel . In 1975 he moved back to the Ministry of Agriculture as deputy head of department. His path took him back to Kassel in 1977. There he became President of the newly founded Hessian State Office for Food, Agriculture and Rural Development.

As the successor to Burghard Vilmar , he was appointed regional president of the administrative district of Kassel in 1987. After Heinz Froebel, he was the second district president in Kassel to be a member of the FDP . His activity in the Kassel regional council lasted until 1991. In parallel to his work as district president, he became head of the newly formed Thuringian state administration office in Weimar on December 1, 1991 , and was appointed president on February 1, 1992. The state of Hesse had previously replaced him as district president by Ilse Stiewitt and transferred to the state of Thuringia.

After only fourteen days as President of the State Administration Office, he became State Secretary in the Thuringian Ministry for the Environment and State Planning in Erfurt on February 15, 1992 . He ended his active career on October 31, 1994 at his own request.

Wilke had been a member of the Historical Commission for Hesse since 1988 .

In the Hessian municipal elections on March 6, 2016, he was elected to the city council of Baunatal for the FDP .

Individual evidence

  1. Frankfurter Rundschau
  2. ^ Message on the website of the FDP Kassel-Land .

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