1910 – Born in Pocatello. American lawyer and Republican politician.
– Hamer H. Budge was the chairman of the board of the Minneapolis based Investors Mutual Funds.
1933 – He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stanford University.
1936 – Earned his law degree from the University of Idaho.
– Former Idaho district judge, he is admitted to practice before the supreme courts of Idaho and the United States.
1940-1942 – During four years service in World War II, he attained the rank of lieutenant commander in the United States Navy.
1951 – He was a United States Congressman from Idaho’s second district, during which time he was a member of the Rules Committee, Appropriations Committee and Interior Committee of the U. S. House.
1963-1964 – He was given a seat by President Lyndon B. Johnson on the Securities and Exchange Commission.
1969 – He became Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
1971 – He resigned from office.
2003 – Died on July 25th.