Frank Edward Denholm was born on November 29, 1923, and died on April 7, 2016.
He was a member of the United States House of Representatives from South Dakota.
Frank E. Denholm was born in Scotland Township of Day County, South Dakota.
He worked as a farmer and auctioneer and engaged in the business of interstate trucking.
Frank E. Denholm was elected to the position of Day County sheriff in 1950, and served in that capacity through 1952, and later joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1956, serving there through 1961.
Denholm was admitted to the bar in 1962 and started his legal practice in Brookings, South Dakota.
At this time, he also served as a lecturer in economics, law, and political science at South Dakota State University.
Frank E. Denholm was a delegate to the South Dakota State Democratic conventions in 1950 and 1952, and later to the Democratic National Convention in 1968.
Frank E. Denholm was elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives in 1971, and remained in that role until 1975, after losing the election in 1974.
Frank E. Denholm then went to the practice of law in Brookings, South Dakota, the city in which he lives.
Frank E. Denholm passed away at 92 yrs old.