Omaha, NE.—Remembered as a political “trailblazer” former Nebraska Public Service Commissioner Anne Boyle died at her Omaha home Saturday night, surrounded by family, following a stroke earlier in the week.
She was 75.
Democratic Party State Chair Jane Kleeb issued the following statement:
“Anne Boyle was a trailblazer, bringing women along with her at all levels of government. She served the Nebraska Democratic Party as our Chair and the people of Nebraska with style, grit and tenacity. Anne leaves a legacy of service we will work everyday to honor.”
News Channel Nebraska’s Joe Jordan followed Anne Boyle’s career.
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