Werner Simmann

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Werner Simmann (born December 8, 1916 in Darkehmen , East Prussia , † June 23, 1984 ) was a German politician ( CDU ). From 1958 to 1975 he was a member of the Schleswig-Holstein state parliament .


After completing secondary school, Simmann began a commercial apprenticeship , attended a commercial college and completed a degree in economics. In 1945 he joined the local government , in 1948 he became the local director . From 1951 on he worked as an association director in the public sector.

Simmann was a member of the Timmendorfer Strand CDU local association and, from 1958, a CDU district board member. He was elected to the Eutin district council in 1959 (later renamed Ostholstein district ). In the state elections of 1958, 1962, 1967 and 1971, he was elected in constituency 33 (Eutin-Süd) as a direct candidate for the CDU in the Schleswig-Holstein state parliament. He was a member of parliament from October 10, 1958 to May 24, 1975. In the state parliament, he was a member of the committees for expellees and justice, as well as the economic, agricultural and home affairs committee.

He was active in various professional associations, so Simmann sat on the state board of the Association of Municipal Enterprises (VKU) and was a member of the advisory board of the Association of German Gas and Water Works (VGW). At the federal level, he was active in committees and working groups of the VGW, including deputy chairman of the VGW main committee on water law .

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