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Allor, Sue (R)State Representative District 106
Rep. Sue Allor was elected to her first term as state representative in November 2016. Prior to her state election, she served three terms as a Cheboygan County Commissioner.
While commissioner, Allor served on multiple committees including Cheboygan County Finance, Millage Appropriation, Area Agency on Aging, North Country Community Mental Health, District Health Department #4, and the Local Emergency Planning Committee.
Her nursing career has included several hospital units including maternity, surgical and cardiac step-down. Today Allor and her husband own and operate a small collision repair business in Indian River and Petoskey.
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She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from University of Detroit-Mercy and a Masters of Business Administration from Lawrence Technological University. Allor has been a delegate to several State Conventions, and serves on the Lincoln Day Dinner Committee.
She and her husband, Pat, have three children and three grandchildren.
Allor has been involved with the Northern Michigan County Association and the Northeast Michigan Council of Service Associations (NEMCSA). She also volunteers as a coach and mentor to students at her children's school. As a member of the Cheboygan County Republican Party, Allor serves on the Executive Committee and is actively involved as Secretary/Treasurer.
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