U.S. Representative Tim Walberg, U.S. Congress (R-Mich.)

220px-Tim_Walberg,_Official_Portrait,_112th_CongressDistrict Office (Jackson)
110 1st Street, Suite 2
Jackson, MI 49201
Phone: (517) 780-9075
Representative Tim Walberg is currently representing Michigan’s 7th congressional district. Representative Walberg served in the Michigan House of Representatives from 1983 to 1998. Prior to his time in public office, he served as a pastor in Michigan and Indiana, as president of the Warren Reuther Center for Education and Community Impact, and as a division manager for Moody Bible Institute. Currently, Representative Walberg serves as Chair of the Workforce Protections Subcommittee on the House Education and the Workforce Committee, in addition to serving on the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee. He and his wife Sue have three children and reside in Tipton, Michigan.
Representative Walberg has long been an advocate for families and elder Americans in Michigan’s 7th district. Family caregiving is a personal issue for Representative Walberg; he was a caregiving for his mother as she aged later in life. His support of families can be seen in his co-sponsorship of the Alzheimer’s Accountability Act of 2014, a bill to provide resources to implement the National Alzheimer’s Plan, which directs funding for more critical Alzheimer’s research. Additionally, he is a cosponsor of the ABLE act of 2014, a bill that would assist families in saving money for the purpose of supporting family members with disabilities.
We at the Alliance are proud to recognize Representative Walberg’s continued support of families and family caregivers.