Rep. Allor takes House oath of office, announces office staff and contact info

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State Rep. Sue Allor takes a ceremonial oath of office on the House floor from Chief Justice Stephen Markman with family members, from left: son, Brian Allor; daughter, Lindsay Babian;  husband, Pat Allor;  and daughter and son-in-law, Caitlan and Bob Mistele.

State Rep. Sue Allor takes a ceremonial oath of office on the House floor from Chief Justice Stephen Markman with family members, from left: son, Brian Allor; daughter, Lindsay Babian; husband, Pat Allor; and daughter and son-in-law, Caitlan and Bob Mistele.

State Rep. Sue Allor today was joined by her family for the first session day of the Michigan House of Representatives in the 99th Michigan Legislature, which included taking ceremonial and official oaths, meeting Gov. Rick Snyder and selecting her House seat.

“This is an exciting day, as we are getting underway to continue working to make Michigan better for all the people,” said Allor, R-Wolverine. “I’m looking forward to helping the residents of Northern Michigan and the 106th House District. I encourage everyone to contact me with any issues, concerns or thoughts they have about our state or region.”

Allor’s Lansing office can be called at 517-373-0833; by email at SueAllor@house.mi.gov; or mailing S-1485 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909.

She is assisted by her office staff Jesse Osmer, who also was a 106th House District primary election candidate, and Paul Chatfield.

Osmer grew up in Alpena County and is a 2001 Alpena High School graduate. Previously, he worked as deputy district director for U.S. Rep. Dan Benishek.

Chatfield is from Petoskey and has lived in Northern Michigan all his life. He completed most of his college education at Olivet Nazarene University, and graduated from Liberty University.

“I am certain we have a great team to serve the people of the 106th District with Jesse, Paul and myself ready to get to work,” Allor said. “By working together will local residents, I’m sure we’ll see real results we can be proud of.”