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Inman, Larry (R)State Representative District 104
Rep. Inman was first elected to the Michigan House in 2014 after emerging victorious from an eight-member GOP primary field. In the geneal election, Inman faced off against Democrat Betsy Coffia, who he defeated with 54 percent of the vote.
Rep. Inman is a retired vice preisdent of Empire National Bank of Traverse City.
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Rep. Inman received his Associate of Science degree from Northwestern Michigan College and his Bachelor of Science from Northern Michigan University.
Rep. Inman received the Northwestern Michigan College Outstanding Alumni Award in 2005 and also received the Northern Michigan University Distinguished Alumni Award in 2008.
Inman has spent the past twenty-plus years as a collector, historian and educator on Amelia Earhart. He is currently preparing for the first-ever national traveling museum exhibit on her life and disappearance using his original historic collection. He is currently working with an international group coordinating documentation to assist in the search of Earhart’s plane, which disappeared on July 2, 1937 in the South Pacific Ocean during her attempted around-the-world flight.
Rep. Inman serves on the Grand Traverse County Commission on Aging, the County Veterans Affairs Board and the Central Dispatch Board. Rep. Inman also sits on the State of Michigan's Community Correctiosn Board and the Northwestern Regional Airport Commission. Rep. Inman served as a Grand Traverse County Commissioner from 1992 until he was elected to the House.
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