Paul Muxlow believes state government – now more than ever – needs leadership to get us through this economic crisis. Things are starting to move in the right direction, but still not fast enough. Attracting jobs to our communities has long been a passion of his. Paul wants to continue and build on the common sense, problem solving approach that was missing for too long in Lansing – so we can get Michigan working again.
Paul Muxlow was born near Brown City on the family farm. He was the youngest of eight children born to Caleb and Merle (Stimson) Muxlow.
Paul trained and worked several years in technology with Robotron Corporation in Southfield, Boeing Aircraft and later with Bendix Systems Division in Ann Arbor and taught electronics at Ferndale High School.
Paul was then recruited by Henry Ford Community College to teach electronics. After seven years at Henry Ford, he returned to the Thumb to be a counselor with the Lapeer County Intermediate School District (ISD). For 17 years Paul served as Coordinator of Student Services at the Vocational-Technical Center while also pursuing a degree in counseling at Sienna Heights College.
Upon retiring from the Lapeer ISD, Paul established a real estate business in Brown City which continues today.
Some of Paul’s past and present community involvement include:
19-years as President of the Brown City School Board
3-years, Vice-Chair of the Sanilac County Intermediate School District Board
Member, Sanilac County Right to Life
Member, Michigan Farm Bureau
Member, National Rifle Association
Member, Sanilac County Community Foundation
Member, Sanilac Economic Alliance
Treasurer, Sanilac County Republican Party
Member and Past President, Rotary Club
Michigan Committee Assignments, 2012
Brown City Missionary Church
Mott Community College in Flint. Paul returned to college at Eastern Michigan University and earned a Bachelor’s degree. Later, he earned a Master’s Degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Member, Michigan Air National Guard (six years)