Rep. Ken Legan's Bio


Missouri Rep. Ken Legan, a Republican, represents parts of Dallas and Polk counties (District 145) in the Missouri House of Representatives.

He served as House minority whip during the 83rd, 84th and 85th General Assemblies.

In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Legan currently is a farmer and small business owner. He served in the U.S. Army from 1969-1971. He is deacon at the Halfway Baptist Church and a member of the Halfway Lions Club, Bolivar Lodge #195 AF and AM, Scottish Rite, Abou Ben Adhem Temple of the Shrine, Missouri Farm Bureau and Missouri Cattlemen's Association.

A 1964 graduate of Halfway RIII High School, Rep. Legan received a bachelor of science degree in agriculture from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1969.

Born August 3, 1946, in Halfway, Mo., Rep. Legan resides there with his wife Becky. They have two children, Brock and Stephanie.

Rep. Legan's father, the late A.J. Legan, served in the House from 1955-1958.