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  Poliquin, Ronald G. "Ron"
<-  2010-01-01  
NameRonald G. "Ron" Poliquin
Address224 Meadow Dr
Dover, Delaware , United States
Website [Link]
Born 00, 1977 (43 years)
Last ModifedRBH
Jul 10, 2012 04:55pm
InfoRonald G. Poliquin is a member of the Delaware and New Jersey Bar and practices as an attorney with the law firm of Young, Malmberg and Howard [Link] in downtown Dover.

He has extensive trial experience and has argued cases in front of the Delaware Supreme Court. His cases have been featured in publications such as USA Today, The Heartland Institute's Budget and Tax News, and Delaware Law Weekly.

Poliquin is married to Maria T. Poliquin. They have a two year old son Ronin and are currently expecting their daughter. They are members of Holy Cross Church where Maria serves as the Executive Officer on the Parish Council.

President Ronald Reagan inspired Poliquin's political philosophy of low taxes and limited government while he attended Reagan's Alma Mater Eureka College with a degree in History.

At Eureka College, Poliquin was a stand out football player earning All Conference Honors for two years, being awarded the Nick's Award as the school's Outstanding Offensive Lineman three years in a row, and was named a team captain his senior award. Poliquin then went on to earn his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law. While at Widener, Poliquin was a member of the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society, Widener Law Rugby Club, and was awarded the Dean Arthur Weeks Student Leadership Award upon graduation.

During his time off, Ron fulfilled his boyhood dream by freelancing as a professional wrestler. He entertained thousands of children and helped raise money for organizations such as the Dover Little League, several local volunteer fire companies, the Town of Smyrna, and the Apple Scrapple Festival. Ron was well known for his over the top theatrics and “old school” style.


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