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Nancie Fadeley

Born: Jul 11, 1930

Birthplace: St. Louis

Profession: Politician

Nationality: United States

Nancie Fadeley

Date of Birth : Jul 11, 1930
Birth Place : St. Louis

Nancie Peacocke Fadeley is a former member of the Oregon House of Representatives, representing portions of Springfield and Eugene, in Lane County, Oregon, United States, from 1971 to January 1981. Elected in November 1970, she first took office in January 1971, holding one of five seats in House District 13. With the implementation in 1972 of a reapportionment plan that replaced all existing Oregon House districts with new single-member districts, Fadeley represented new District 42 starting with the 1973 legislative session. In 1971 and 1973, she chaired the House Environment and Land Use Committee. During her tenure as the chair, the committee oversaw the passage of Senate Bill 100, Oregon’s pioneering, statewide land-use planning legislation, as well as the Oregon Bottle Bill. The passage of SB 100 prompted the formation of 1000 Friends of Oregon, a watchdog organization committed to the defense of, and advocacy for, the state's land-use program. Later she became a charter member and a national board member of the Older Women's League, a grassroots organization that advocates for women as they age.


  • Politician
  • Journalist

Also known as

  • Nancie Peacocke Fadeley


  • Edward Fadeley
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