99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
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Financial Institutions, Chairman
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Rep. Lyndall Fraker, a Republican, represents parts of Webster and Greene counties (District 137) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2010.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Fraker is a building contractor and real estate developer. He previously served as Webster County Northern Commissioner. He formerly worked as a Wal-Mart manager for 17 years, the last seven in Marshfield.
Rep. Fraker was named Marshfieldian of the Year in 2002 and is active in the Marshfield Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce. He is on the board of the Marshfield Public Schools Foundation and is a lifetime member of the Marshfield United Methodist Church. Rep. Fraker also serves as a member of the Missouri Workforce Investment Board.
Rep. Fraker is a 1977 graduate of Marshfield High School. He attended Missouri State University and is a graduate of the Walton Institute of Retailing.
Born August 9, 1959 in Springfield, Rep. Fraker currently resides in Marshfield with his wife, Melanie. They have two sons, Landon and Logan, one daughter Kasey Thiele and her husband Axel, and two grandsons, Emmett and Huxley.
Authorizes the next-of-kin of a deceased person to delegate control of the final disposition of the remains
Modifies provisions relating to preneed contracts
Changes the laws regarding local use taxes by modifying the ballot language for voter approval
Changes the laws regarding financial transactions by public entities
Modifies provisions relating to salaries for certain county officials
Creates the "Missouri Route 66 Centennial Commission"
Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission
Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act
Changes the laws regarding trusts
Changes the law regarding county revenues dedicated to roads by expanding the purposes for which such revenues may be used
Allows retailers of intoxicating liquors to transport products to and from a designated central warehouse
Modifies provisions for tax credits for historic facilities.