Rep. David Levin, a Republican, represents parts of St.Louis County (District 82) in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Elected to his first two-year term in 1994, Rep. Levin serves on the following House committees: Appropriations--Education and Public Safety; Education--Elementary and Secondary; Municipal Corporations; and Fees and Salaries. He also serves on the Education Sub-Committee-- "Safe Schools."
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Levin works for Crest Electric. He has been a subcontractor manager for Mack Electric for the Kiel Center, and was Midwest Regional Manager for the Sto Corporation where he managed operations in twelve states. Rep. Levin served as vice president for Lithko Contracting and as Project Director for McCarthy Brothers Construction. He was also a project manager for Guarantee Electrical Company.
Rep. Levin has served in various offices of a local community church, including work with the poor, jails and community outreach. Rep. Levin has served as P.T.O president, Little League Manager, and Police Reserve officer. He is a past president of the St. Louis Chapter of the International Concrete Repair Institute.
Born in St. Louis, in 1949, Rep. Levin graduated from Berkeley High School in 1967. He attended St. Louis Community College and is a graduate of the Electrical Industry Training Center.
He currently resides in St. Louis County with his wife, Valerie. They have two children, Kimberly and Shawn.