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Lawrence Gordon Williams (September 15, 1913–July 13, 1975) was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing the 7th district of Pennsylvaniamarker.

Williams was born in Pittsburgh, PAmarker. He moved to Philadelphia in June 1922. He attended Drexel Institute of Technologymarker. He was a commissioner (1952-1966) and president of the board (1960-1966) of the township of Springfield, PA. He was employed by the Curtis Publishing Co. from 1936 to 1966, and retired as assistant to the senior vice president in charge of manufacturing.

He served in the Army Air Corps during the Second World War. He was Delaware Countymarker’s representative on the policy committee on the Penn-Jersey Transportation Study, 1959-1966, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. He was the past president of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Commissioners.

He was elected in 1967 as a Republican to the 90th and to the three succeeding Congresses. He was an unsuccessful candidate for renomination in 1974. He was appointed by President Gerald Ford as special assistant to the Cochairman of the Ozarks Regional Commission and served in that capacity from January 20, 1975, until his death.

He is buried at Edgewood Memorial Park in Glen Mills, Pennsylvaniamarker.

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