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O'Neal, Amos (D)State Representative District 95
Rep. Amos O'Neal was first elected to the House in November 2020.
He was a Saginaw County Commissioner and program director at Bannum Place of Saginaw. Formerly a member of the Saginaw City Council, O’Neal served as the vice president of operations of Parishioners on Patrol of Saginaw.
He was employed at Federal Express and has also worked for the Boy Scouts of America, Cherry Street Health Services and United Way of Saginaw. O’Neal has also served on numerous boards and commissions at the state, local and federal level.
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He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Northwood University and his associate’s degree from Delta Community College.
The lifelong Saginaw resident has three children and six grandchildren.
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