Lois J. Stratton

Lois J. Stratton
Lois J. Stratton (Democrat) represented the 3rd Legislative District (Spokane, part). Appointed to the House in 1979, she was elected in 1982 and 1982. She then won a Senate seat in 1984 and 1988 and served until 1993.

A life-long resident of Washington state, she retired from Kaiser Aluminum Public Affairs.

She served on the Governor's Commission on Children; Nuclear Waste Board; Washington State Centennial Commission; Sentencing Guidelines Commission; DSHS Drug and Alcohol Advisory Commission.

In the district she served on the advisory boards of Washington State Substance Abuse Coalition; Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery; Daybreak; Regional Center for Child Abuse and Neglect; Greater Spokane Coalition Against Poverty; Retired Senior Volunteer Program; and, Inland Northwest Health Science Center.

She and her husband had five children.