MIRS Biographical Profiles
Dillon, Andy (D)State Representative District 17
Rep. Dillon worked for Sen. Bill Bradley of New Jersey in Washington D.C. and has served Redford’s Planning Commission and as a Magistrate in the 17th District Court. In 2007 Rep. Dillon became Speaker of the House, when Republicans lost the Majority in the 2006 election.
Rep. Dillon maintained a professional and successful law practice for seven years, and served as President of DSC, Ltd. (formerly McLouth Steel).
Rep. Dillon graduated from the University of Notre Dame with degrees in both accounting and law.
Rep. Dillon and his wife, Carol, have four children: Matt, Jack, Austin and Teagan.
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