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LEE, Gretchen. (Dubuque, IA- ). Iowa Civil Rights Commissioner. In 1973 Governor Robert Ray named Lee, employed at the time by the Dubuque County Mental Health Center, to the Iowa Civil Rights Commission.  
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LEE, Gretchen. (Dubuque, IA- ). In 1973 Governor Robert Ray named Lee, employed at the time by the Dubuque County Mental Health Center, to the Iowa Civil Rights Commission.  
  
Lee served as vice chairperson of the U.S. Department of Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. She was also a member of the board of the Dubuque County Association for Retarded Citizens, Dubuque County Mental Health Association, and the Northeast Iowa Crime Commission.
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Lee, a clinical psychologist, served as vice chairperson of the U.S. Department of Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. She was also a member of the board of the Dubuque County Association for Retarded Citizens, Dubuque County Mental Health Association, and the Northeast Iowa Crime Commission.
  
 
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LEE, Gretchen. (Dubuque, IA- ). In 1973 Governor Robert Ray named Lee, employed at the time by the Dubuque County Mental Health Center, to the Iowa Civil Rights Commission.

Lee, a clinical psychologist, served as vice chairperson of the U.S. Department of Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. She was also a member of the board of the Dubuque County Association for Retarded Citizens, Dubuque County Mental Health Association, and the Northeast Iowa Crime Commission.