Michael Nofs

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Republican Michigan

State Senate (Michigan 19)


Family: Divorced; 5 Children: Matthew, Michael John

Born: 11/19/1953 Eaton Rapids, MI

Home: Battle Creek, Michigan

Religion: Catholic

Education: BA, Management in Human Resources, Spring Arbor University, 1991 AAs, Criminal Justice, Kellogg Community College, 1974

Profession: Post Commander, Michigan State Police, Battle Creek, 1997-2002 Trooper, Michigan State Police, Battle Creek, 1977-1997 Deputy, Calhoun County Sheriff Department, 1976-1977 Police Officer/Patrolman, Marshall City Police Department, 1972-1976 Cadet, Battle Creek City Police Department, 1971-1972

Political: Senator, Michigan State Senate, 2009-present Representative, Michigan State House of Representatives, 2003-2008 Chair, Calhoun County Board of Commissioners, 1993-1995, 2001-2002 Commissioner, Calhoun County Board of Commissioners, 4th District, 1993-2002

Congressional Membership: Chairman, Calhoun County Legislative Liaison Committee, 1997-2002 Chairman, Calhoun County Solid Waste Planning Advisory Committee, 1997-2002 Member, Calhoun County Emergency Telephone District Board, 1993-2002 Chair/Board Member, Area Agency on Aging Governing Board, 1993-1996 Member, Convis Township Zoning Board, 1992-1993 Member, Battle Creek Downtown Development Authority Chair, Calhoun County Juvenile Services Program Committee Member, Criminal Justice Advisory Committee Member, Local Emergency Planning Committee

Organization Membership: Parishioner, Saint Philip's Catholic Church, present Member, Albion Chamber of Commerce, 2002-present Member, Battle Creek Chamber of Commerce, 2002-present Member, Families Against Murder for Equal Justice, 2000-present Member, Fredonia Grange, 2000-present Member, Michigan State Police Command Officers Association, 1993-2002 Member, Access Vision Member, Calhoun County Agricultural and Industrial Society Member, Fraternal Order of Police Member, March of Dimes Member, National Rifle Association


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