Michigan State House District 71
Angela Witwer was born in the farming village of Buckley, Michigan, outside of Traverse City, and lived on the family farm with her loving parents, George and Marilyn, and three sisters. She graduated from Waverly Community Schools and went on to graduate magna cum laude from Northwood University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.
Her father passed away when she was 18, leading her to live out her parents’ legacy of giving to others and to the community that has given so much to her and her family.
Angela worked in the health care industry for 22 years until she started her own business. She’s received national recognition and awards, including Entrepreneur of the Year, Michigan Top 50 Companies to Watch, INC magazine Top 500/5000 U.S. company, and the Athena Award for organizational excellence.
She is a community leader who actively serves on many boards including: McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation, Waverly Community Schools Board of Education, Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Economic Club, Michigan Society of Healthcare Planners and Marketers, Volunteers of America Host Committee for Homeless No More, and St. Gerard Catholic Church Evangelization Committee.
Angela has lived in Delta Township for 45 years. She is married to Bruce Witwer, a mother of two grown children, and a grandmother of three granddaughters.