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Steven H. Amick

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E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company

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E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company

974 Centre Road

Wilmington, Delaware,19805

United States

Company Description

E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (DuPont) operates and manufactures a range of products for distribution and sale to many different markets, including the transportation, safety and protection, construction, motor vehicle, agriculture, home furnishings, me...more

Background Information

Employment History

Bear-Glasgow Family YMCA


Chairman

Conaty Curran Amick & Farmer+Smith


President

Civic League for NCC


The Council of State Governments


FairTest


Food Bank of Delaware


Delaware Public Education Assistance Act


Minority Leader

Senate 10


Affiliations

Sussex Family YMCA

Board of Governors Member


State House of Representatives

Member


State Legislative Leaders Foundation

Board Member


Labor Lines

Member


Education

Newark High School


degree

Washington College


degree of control


law degree

Dickinson School of Law


Web References(125 Total References)


Delaware Lobby - About Us

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Steve Amick, Esq.
Steve Amick serves as the chairman of Delaware Lobby. Steve was first elected to the Delaware General Assembly in 1986 as a member of the State House of Representatives from the 25th Representative District. He was re-elected in 1988, 1990, and 1992 by increasing margins. In 1994 he was elected to the State Senate from the 10th District. In 1996, after only 2 years in the Senate, Steve's colleagues selected him as Minority Whip. Two years later they elected him to Minority Leader, one of the top leadership positions in the General Assembly. As a member of the General Assembly Steve has worked with four Governors, Republicans and Democrats alike to improve the quality of life for Delawareans in a wide variety of ways. Steve gained a reputation as a careful, thoughtful, articulate legislator more concerned with getting the most of government rather than partisan bickering. Steve retired from the legislature in 2008. Steve was raised in Newark and graduated from Newark High School. He has a degree from Washington College. He received his law degree from the Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, Pa. Steve was admitted to Delaware Bar and joined the legal staff of the DuPont Company where he practiced as a real estate lawyer for more than 20 years. He has also practiced law with two small law firms.


Delaware Grapevine

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Steve Amick's style.
A lawyerly Republican from Newark, he fits the city that the University of Delaware calls home, where the voters prefer the campaigning to lean toward the academic, not the acrimonious. It keeps with his character that Amick has decided not to put himself through a bruising defense of his seat against state Rep. Amick delivered a letter Monday morning to the Newark Post for its weekly publication Thursday to tell his constituents he will not run for re-election because of family and health reasons, Delaware Grapevine has learned. In a brief interview later in the afternoon, Amick declined to talk about it. Amick is 60, a retired lawyer with a reflective and sedentary bearing. He has spent more than two decades in Dover -- with eight years in the state House of Representatives and 14 years in the state Senate, where he had stints as the minority whip and the minority leader. Now Amick is out without a vote. Amick signaled last year that his heart might not be in another Senate race. He applied to be the Newark alderman, the chief judge of the municipal court. According to the minutes of his meeting with City Council members, he told them, "Another campaign for a state Senate seat did not really appeal to him after doing it for 21 years, and [he] was looking for other opportunities for something different, and this one really appealed to him." Amick did not get the judgeship. At the time he said he was returning his attention to the state Senate and intended to run for re-election. Instead, he became the second Republican senator to walk away from his seat, rather than deal with the threat from a hard-charging challenger. State Sen. Amick is one of the last of his kind. As a first-time candidate in 1986, he was a Republican and a lawyer with the DuPont Co. when both the party and the company dominated Delaware, and there were a lot of Republican DuPonters in the legislature. Their makeup was more civic creatures than political animals, a breed increasingly out of place in the rough-cut partisanship today. Still, this may not be the last of Steve Amick. As he exits the state Senate, there are whispers that he could be persuaded to run for his old House district, where the Republicans need someone to take on state Rep. Besides, it would be nervy and captivating if Amick did it. When asked about running for the House seat, Amick said a lot simply by saying, "No comment." For all of Amick's mild manner, he did get to Dover by knocking off a Democratic incumbent. What a twist it would be if he stayed there by doing it again.


About Steve Amick

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ABOUT SENATOR STEVE AMICKSteve Amick was first elected to the Delaware General Assembly in 1986 as a member of the State House of Representatives from the 25th Representative District.He was re-elected in 1988, 1990, and 1992 by increasing margins.In 1994 he was elected to the State Senate from the 10th District.Steve has since been twice re-elected.He is currently a member of the Joint Finance Committee; the legislature's most powerful, annually reviewing the State's budget.Steve was raised in Newark and graduated from Newark High School.He has a degree from Washington College in Chestertown on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.He received his law degree from the Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, PA.He and his wife Louise returned to Delaware to make a life together and raise a family.PROFESSIONSteve was admitted to the Delaware Bar and joined the legal staff of the DuPont Company where he practiced as a real estate lawyer for more than 20 years representing DuPont in transactions as small as renting a plant sign location from a hard-nosed midwestern farmer to international exchanges involving hundreds of millions of dollars.He has also practiced law with two small law firms.FAMILYSteve married his college sweetheart, Louise, of Kenton, Delaware in 1969.Louise and Steve have a son, Paul, who is a college student.Steve has been very active in a wide variety of public services for many years including:



Welcome to the YMCA of Delaware

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Steve Amick


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