For most of us the last few years have been very challenging. Our lives have been shaken by very poor decisions of our elected officials. It is time that our governments honor the values that made this country great – personal freedom and responsibility, the necessity of living within our means, the importance of advancing one’s interests through hard work and honest effort rather than through political connections and patronage handouts, and the willingness to help a neighbor in need without waiting for the state to do something.
Martin Howrylak is married to Jane Howrylak, and is a lifetime resident of Troy.
Master of Accounting degree; University of Michigan (Recipient of Lynn Townsend Fellowship in Accounting)
Bachleor of Science degree, Geological Sciences; University of Michigan (James B. Angell Scholar)
Licensed Certified Public Accountant.
Experienced auditor of local governments.
Local entrepreneur and business owner for 22 years.
Trustee, City of Troy Employees Retirement System, 2006-2009.
Trustee, City of Troy Retiree Health Benefits Plan and Trust: 2006-2009.
Trustee, Southeast Oakland County Resource Recovery Authority: 2002-2004.
Troy Historic District Commission: 1992-2008.
Republican Party precinct delegate 2002-2008.
Troy City Councilman, 2000 – 2011.
Mayor Pro-Tem; 2002-2003, 2007-2009.
Michigan Committee Assignments, 2012