Paul Tittl (Rep.), 25th Assembly District
Born Delavan, November 23, 1961; married; 2 children, 2 grandchildren. Graduate Lincoln High (Manitowoc) 1980. Owner, Vacuum and Sewing Center. Member: National Rifle Association; Eagles Manitowoc; Manitowoc Co. Home Builders Association. Former member: Economic Development Authority; Wastewater Treatment Facility Bd.; Manitowoc Crime Prevention Com.; Community Development Authority; Safety Traffic and Parking Commission; Wisconsin Utility Tax Assn., 2009-13; WCA Taxation and Finance Steering Com., 2010-13; WCA Judicial and Public Safety Steering Com., 2010-13. Manitowoc City Council 2004-08 (pres. 2006-07); Manitowoc Co. Bd. of Supervisors 2006-13 (chm. 2010-12).
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0315; (888) 529-0025 (toll free); District: (920) 682-6203 (home).
Voting address: Manitowoc 54220.
Mailing address: Office: Room 21 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
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