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Janet Wentz
Member of the North Dakota House of Representatives
from the 3rd district
In office
Speaker of the North Dakota House of Representatives
In office
January 7, 2003 – September 15, 2003
Preceded byLeRoy G. Bernstein
Succeeded byMatthew Klein
Personal details
Born21 July 1937
McClusky, North Dakota
Died15 September 2003
Minot, North Dakota
Political partyRepublican
SpouseThomas A. Wentz
Alma materMinot State University

Janet Wentz (née Neff, July 21, 1937 – September 15, 2003) was the speaker of the North Dakota House of Representatives from January 7, 2003 until her death.[1][2] She was elected in December 2002 to serve from January 2003 and was the second woman to become speaker of the North Dakota legislature. Representative Matthew Klein succeeded her as speaker.

Early life

She was born Janet Marie Neff on July 21, 1937, to her parents, Charles and Martha Neff, in McCulsky, North Dakota.[2] She attended McClusky High School and graduated in 1955.[2] Wentz went on to study at Westmar College, in Le Mars, Iowa, the University of Minnesota, in Minneapolis, and Minot State University in North Dakota.[2] She married Thomas Wentz in 1957.[2]


Wentz first won election to the North Dakota House of Representatives in 1974.[2][1] In her time at the legislature, she served as Chair of the House Judiciary Committee.[2]

In December 2002, she became Speaker of the North Dakota House of Representatives.[2] She remained speaker until she died in office, on September 15, 2003.[2]

See also


  1. ^ a b "Representative Janet Wentz | North Dakota Legislative Branch". Retrieved 2019-10-30.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Obituary for Janet Wentz". Star Tribune. Retrieved 2019-10-30.

External links

Preceded by Speaker of the North Dakota House of Representatives
Succeeded by

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