99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
Linn, Randolph, Macon
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Conservation and Natural Resources, Vice-Chairman
Corrections and Public Institutions
Special Committee on Employment Security
Subcommittee on Corrections Workforce Environment and Conduct
Special Committee to Improve the Care and Well-being of Young People
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Tim Remole, a Republican, represents Macon County and parts of Linn and Randolph counties (District 6) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was first elected to the House in November 2012.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Remole is the owner of Remole Coatings, LLC. He also has served as a volunteer firefighter for 26 years.
Rep. Remole is a member of the Church of Nazarene and was the proud recipient of a 20-year Distinguished Service Award. He is a lifetime member of the NRA and a proud supporter of Missouri Farm Bureau, Eagle Forum, and Americans for Prosperity.
Rep. Remole graduated from Westran Senior High School in 1976.
Born October 2, 1957 in Danville, Illinois, Rep. Remole currently resides in Excello with his wife of 34 years, Brenda. They have two children, Nathan and Amy. They have a son-in-law, Travis, and daughter-in-law, KaraLee. They are also the proud grandparents of Gracie, Levi and Sadie.
Requires all juvenile officers to be in compliance with the Missouri Juvenile Officer Performance Standards
Modifies provisions of public employee retirement plans.
Specifies that employees of a soil and water conservation district shall be eligible for membership in the Missouri local government employees' retirement system
Specifies that board members of a nonprofit organization are exempt from workers' compensation requirements
Modifies provisions relating to the offense of fraudulent use of a credit device or debit device
Urges the United States Congress to propose the Regulation Freedom Amendment to the U.S. Constitution