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Hertel, Kevin (D)State Representative District 18
Rep. Kevin Hertel was first elected to serve the 18th House district in November 2016.
Before serving in the House, Rep. Hertel worked for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan as a legislative analyst and then as a special assistant in the office of the president.
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He graduated from Notre Dame High School in Harper Woods and attended Michigan State University.
He and his wife, Ann, live in St. Clair Shores. His brother, Sen. Curtis Hertel Jr., was elected to his first term for the 23rd Senate district in 2014. Their father, former House Speaker Curtis Hertel Sr., passed away in March 2016 at the age of 63.
Rep. Hertel has been an active member of his community and is currently a member of the St. Clair Shores Waterfront Environmental Committee, a volunteer for Macomb County Special Olympics and a member of St. Isaac Jogues Parish. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Macomb County Care House.
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