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Pscholka, Al (R)

State Representative District 79
Office: 351 CB
Term: 3rd
Phone: (517) 373-1403
Email: AlPscholka@house.mi.gov
Home Address: 5810 Longhorn Trail, Stevensville, MI 49127 Dst. Ph.: (888) 656-0079
Website: http://www.gophouse.com/welcome.asp?District=079
Seat Number: 4
Standing Committees: Appropriations(C), Roads and Economic Development
Subcommittees: Supplementals(C), Joint Capital Outlay(VC)
(C) = Chair, (VC) = Vice Chair

CB - Capitol Building,  FB - Farnum Building,  HOB - House Office Building 


POLITICAL CAREER

Rep. Al Pscholka was first elected to the Michigan House in November 2010.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Pscholka was the district director for U.S. Congressman Fred Upton. He also is a former vice president of Cornerstone Alliance, where he served for nine years and won several national and state awards for developing the Community Partnership for Lifelong Learning, a business-education partnership. He is also a part-time broadcaster, doing play-by-play of local high school sports. Pscholka was part-owner of Cosy Broadcasting, which operated radio stations in South Haven and Stevensville. He served two terms as a trustee on the Lincoln Township Board, and served as secretary to the Southwest Michigan Regional Sanitary Sewer and Water Authority.

EDUCATION

Pscholka earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Western Michigan University.

PERSONAL

Pscholka and his wife Suzanne live in Lincoln Township. Their daughter Angela is a graduate of at Hope College. He is a member of First Church of God in St. Joseph. Pscholka helped bring the HOSTS mentoring program to Benton Harbor Area Schools, and developed the On Location student-teacher internship project, involving more than 1,000 middle school students and over 200 businesses a year. He has been a mentor to students in Benton Harbor for the last 13 years. He also is a member of the Berrien County Farm Bureau, and served with the Michigan Works! Education Advisory Group, and the local Lest We Forget organization.

LEAD STAFF PERSON:

Adam Carlson
Cell Phone: 269-757-2479
adampcarlson@gmail.com

Additional Information


Hospitals To Pay More To Make New State Budget Work (05-27-2015)

Meekhof, Pscholka Named Most Effective Legislators (05-27-2015)

Gov Hopes New Law Gives Lift To Vets, Those With Disabilities (05-22-2015)

Leaders Tentatively Agree To FY '16 Budget (05-20-2015)

Leaders Tentatively Agree To FY '16 Budget (05-20-2015)

Pscholka: Budget Conference Committees Could Begin Work This Week (05-19-2015)

On Roads, New Committee Nudges Transportation Panel Out Of Spotlight (05-18-2015)

Lawmakers See Putting Much Of Extra $365M Into Roads (05-15-2015)

New House Panel On Road Funding Could Begin Hearings Next Week (05-14-2015)

Bits And Tidbits (05-06-2015)

Voters Wants Special Session On Roads; Pscholka, Greimel Agree (05-05-2015)

Anti-Abortion Language Makes House Budget Proposal As It Passes (04-28-2015)

House Dems Call On Republicans To Block Senate Office Move (04-27-2015)

Some House R's Renew Push To Block Planned Parenthood Funding (04-24-2015)

AG Reports Spending At Least $176k On Same-Sex Marriage Case (04-24-2015)

'School Bus' Rolls To House Floor Without $5M For Privates (04-23-2015)

Abortion, Balance Debated As House Budget Moves Forward (04-22-2015)

House Approps Seeks 'Contingency Plans' In Case Fed Dollars Are Lost (04-22-2015)

House Approps Adds $20M For Roads (04-21-2015)

House Approps OK With Raising Air Quality Fees (04-16-2015)

House Votes To Get State Out Of Venture Capital Business (04-15-2015)

House Approps Votes To Maintain About $14M In Business, Occupation Fees (04-14-2015)

Snyder's Push To `Update' Fees Faces Legislative Pushback (03-30-2015)

House Approves Tying Cash Assistance To School Attendance (03-26-2015)

Medicaid Expansion Money Rolled Into Next Year's Budget (03-24-2015)