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Norman D. Shumway

This article concerns the American politician Norman D. Shumway. See Norman Shumway for the American heart surgeon. Norman David Shumway is a former California Republican politician. After moving to California, he was educated in the Stockton public school system, he received an Associate of Arts degree from Stockton College in 1954, graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science in 1960. Shumway received a J. D. degree from University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 1963. Prior to entering public office, Shumway was a partner in a Stockton law firm, he taught legal courses at San Joaquin Delta College and at Humphreys College, holds a lifetime California teaching credential. In 1974, then-Governor Ronald Reagan appointed him to the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, he was elected to the Board in 1974 and in 1978. He was Vice chairman of the board in 1977 and chairman in 1978. In November 1978, Shumway, a Republican, was elected to the United States House of Representatives from California's 14th congressional district, defeating incumbent Democrat John J. McFall.

He won reelection five times but chose not to seek for re-election in 1990. A post office building in Stockton was named for him; as a member of the House Committee on Banking and Urban Affairs, Shumway served as the ranking minority member of the Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization. He was a member of the Subcommittee on International Trade and Monetary Policy; as a member of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Shumway served as the ranking minority member of the Subcommittee on Oceanography. He further served as a member of the House Select Committee on Aging. During his years in Congress, Shumway was one of only two members of the House of Representatives who were fluent in spoken Japanese, he was selected many times to lead delegations of his colleagues to Japan to meet with representatives of Japanese government and education. He participated in many forums and seminars, in both the United States and Japan, dealing with trade conflicts, defense issues, the U. S.-Japan relationship in general.

He was asked by President Ronald Reagan to represent him at the funeral of former Prime Minister Takeo Miki. Shumway was active in promoting several parliamentary exchanges between Diet members and members of the US Congress, helped to host Diet members as they visited the United States, he has traveled extensively in Japan, remains a student of Japanese culture. After retiring from Congress, Shumway was appointed by Governor Pete Wilson to the Public Utilities Commission for the State of California, he served as a Commissioner for four years. Governor Wilson appointed him to the California Narcotic Addict Evaluation Authority, where he served for one year as a parole board member. President George H. W. Bush appointed Shumway to the Board of Directors of Legal Services Corporation, he has served on the boards of U. S. English, Goodwill Industries of America and Omniplex, Ltd, he was a member of the Board of Visitors of the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University from 1989 to 1991.

He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy and is a member of the Sons of Utah Pioneers. Boy Scouts of America and numerous volunteer associations have honored him. Following his years of service to his church, he became a member of the President's National Advisory Board at Utah Valley University and was president of Mikuni International College in Yuzawa, Niigata Ken, Japan. Shumway has been active as a lifelong member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he served as a missionary to Japan from 1954 to 1958, as a bishop of the church from 1969 to 1974. He has been a seminary instructor, high priest group leader, gospel doctrine teacher, ward organist, high councilman and a counselor in a stake presidency. From 1996 to 1999 he was president of the Japan Hiroshima Mission. In 2000–2001 he was the Public Affairs Director for the Asia North Area, stationed in Tokyo, he and his wife were Hosting Directors for the First Presidency of the Church from 2002 through 2005.

From 2006 to 2008 they served as Church representatives to the United Nations in New York City. They served in the Boston Massachusetts Mission from 2010 to 2012, where they were proselyting and leadership support missionaries. Shumway served as first counselor in the Lynnfield Ward ward bishopric while a missionary and his wife taught early morning seminary. During 2013 and 2014, the Shumways served a mission in the Japan Tokyo Temple. In October 2009 Shumway published his 570-page autobiography and Seasons of Norman D. Shumway, he was the major compiler of Pioneer Life in Shumway, Arizona. In 1960, Shumway married the former Luana Schow, they have thirty-six grandchildren and twenty-three great-grandchildren. Their home is in Utah. United States Congress. "Norman D. Shumway". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. California Public Utilities Commission statement

Places of worship in Ernakulam

Ernakulam Shiva Temple Ernakulathapan temple, Hanuman Temple, Muruga Temple. Located near Ernakulam South Railway Station Valanjambalam Devi Temple, Ravipuram Srikrishna Swamy Temple Pavakkulam Mahadeva Temple Paramara Devi Temple Thottathingal DhramaSastha Temple Kaattungal Devi Temple Shanmughapuram Temple Perandoor Bhagavathy Temple Puthukulangara Devi Temple Mulakkal Devi Temple Sree Bala Bhadra Devi Temple Punnakkal Bhagavathy Temple Puthukkalavattom Sree Swayambhu Mahadeva Temple Chittoor Sri Krishna Temple TD Temple Cochin Edappally Krishna Temple Maramkulangara Krishna Temple Keraleswaram Temple, Mulavukadu Kombara Juma Masjid, Kombara Jn. Ernakulam North, Ernakulam North Town Masjid, Opp. Specialists Hospital. Ernakulam North, Ernakulam Thevara Juma Masjid, Thevara. Ernakulam Thammanam Pallipady Ponnurunni Juma Masjid, Ernakulam Salafi Masjid, Vyttila Jn. Ernakulam Cutchi Hanafi Juma Masjid, Lobo Jn. Mattanchery, Ernakulam New Mosque, New Road, Ernakulam Mahlara Juma Masjid, New Road Jn.

Mattanchery, Ernakulam Ilayakovilakam Juma Masjid, Star Jn. Mattanchery, Ernakulam Hudha Masjid, New Road, Ernakulam Amaravathy Juma Masjid, Amaravathy. Ernakulam Pattalam Juma Masjid, Fort Kochi, Ernakulam Pettah Juma Masjid, Main Road. Pettah Jn. Tripunithura, Ernakulam Juma Masjid, Market Jn. Tripunithura, Ernakulam Madavana Juma Masjid, Panangad Road, Ernakulam Kanjiramattom Juma Masjid, Kanjiramattom. Ernakulam St. Raphael's Church, Thykoodam St. Patrick's Church, Vytilla St. Michael's Church, Chembumukku St. Joseph's Church, Vazhakala Little Flower Church, Elamkulam Vallarpadam Church Basilica of Our Lady of Ransom, Vallarpadam-Ernakulam Marthoman Cathedral, Mulanthuruthy Thamarachal Valiyapally St George Hebron Syrian Orthodox Church St. Marys Soonoro Patriarchal Cathedral Elamkulam, Kochi Nadamel Marth Mariam Syrian Orthodox Church St. Mary's Syro-Malabar Catholic Cathedral Basilica, Ernakulam St. George Syro-Malabar Catholic Forane Church, Edappally St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral, Marine Drive,Ernakulam St. Antony's Shrine, Kaloor St. Francis Assisi Cathecdral, Ernakulam Mar Yohannan Nepumsianose Syro-Malabar Catholic Church, which houses the tomb of Mar Varghese Payyappilly Palakkappilly Patriarch Ignatius Zaka I Iwas Syrian Orthodox Centre, puthencruz Vettikal Dayaraunder Malankara Orthodox Church.

Malankara Syriac orthodox theological Seminary Mulanthuruthy, Ernamkulam St. Mary's Soonoro Syrian Orthodox Cathedral, Elamkulam Karingachira Syrian Orthodox cathedral St. Mary's Syrian Orthodox Cathedral, Morakkala Palarivattom St George Malankara Orthodox Church Salem Mar Thoma Church, Ernakulam St Gregorios Malankara Orthodox church, Elamkulam CSI Immanuel Church, Ernakulam St. Thomas Evangelical Church of India Basilica of Our Lady of Snows, Pallippuram Kalamassery St George Malankara Orthodox ChurchSt._Thomas_Marthoma_Church_Kalamassery Vytila St Gregorios Malankara Orthodox Church Thripunithura St Gregorios Malankara Orthodox Chapel Thevara St Thomas Malankara Orthodox Church Padamukal St Johns Baptist Malankara Orthodox Church,Kakkanad. Eloor St Gregorios Malankara Orthodox Church