These are tough times. By now, I think we can agree that there is only one way to have a positive effect on the outcome of change. The right way is through involvement. As you may be aware the 103rd House District will be changing elected officials due to term limits. I want to have a positive effect on the residents of the 103rd House District by being your next State Representative. I believe that I am the right choice for the right change Michigan needs.
It takes far more effort than putting your name on the ballot, sending out mailers or yes, even having a web site to win an election. It takes hard work and dedication to getting the job done. Right now, my job is to meet the residents of Iosco, Missaukee, Ogemaw and Roscommon counties.
Bruce has been married to Daire Moore Rendon for 38 years. They have two daughters, and three grandchildren. Bruce's strong family ties and love of his culture help fuel his passion in other arenas of life like his career and leadership opportunities.
Bruce started actively working in the building industry in 1971 and joined Blink Lumber Company, where he remained for 11 years. Now, as owner and operator of Rendon Quality Construction, Inc., Bruce has been a local employer in the district for 28 years.
Bruce has had leadership roles dealing with his other passion besides building: raising and showing Jersey cattle. Bruce started Renmoor Jersey Farm in 1988, and has owned Registered Jersey cattle for 36 years. He has extensively marketed his breeding stock by showing his cattle at such prestigious shows as the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconson, the All American Jersey Show in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada. He has served as President of the Michigan Jersey Cattle Club and still is a Director of that Association. He remains very involved with dairy youth shows and serves on the Michigan Purebred Dairy Cattle Association Committee.
Bruce's communication skills serve him well in a number of leadership positions. He was the President of his Local HBA three times, the Northwest Michigan HBA. He was a Regional Vice President for two years and a presidential appointee to the Executive Committee for a few years before being elected as the MAHB's Secretary/Treasurer. As Treasurer of the MAHB, Bruce oversaw a $1.9 Million budget. While moving up the leadership ladder at the MAHB, Bruce held the position of legislative chair which exposed him to many different legislative initiatives moving through the Michigan Legislature. In 2004, Bruce served as President of the Michigan Association of Home Builders, the third largest State Building Association in the country. Today, Bruce continues to be a Life Director, a voting member of the Executive Board of Directors, voting member of the Legislative Committee, and a voting member of the Insurance Committee at MAHB.
Bruce Rendon is a Republican member of the Michigan House of Representatives, representing District 103 since January 1, 2011.
Michigan Committee Assignments, 2012
Natural Resources, Vice-chair
He became a licensed builder in 1978 and earned his associates degree from Ferris State University in Architectural Design and Drafting.