REP. CONNIE J. CIERPIOT
90th General Assembly
Rep. Connie J. Cierpiot, a Republican, represents part of Jackson County (District 52) in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Rep. Cierpiot was elected to her first two-year term in 1994.
In addition to her legislative duties, Rep. Cierpiot is: a Jackson County Republican Committeewoman; past president of the Republican Club of Greater Kansas City; a member of the Santa Fe Trails Women's Republican Club; co-founder of the Mother's Refuge for the Pregnant and Unborn, a residence facility in Independence for unwed teenage mothers; on the board of directors for S.T.O.P. Now! (Stop Taxing Our People Now!), a watchdog/advocacy group registered in Kansas and Missouri; a member of Missouri Right to Life; a member of Concerned Women for America; a board member for the Jackson County United Way; and a board member of the Truman Neurological Center.
Rep. Cierpiot is also a member of the Plaza Heights Baptist Church in Blue Springs, Missouri.
Before serving with the House, Rep. Cierpiot was involved in many years of volunteer service, church/ministry work and grass roots political work. She also was a PTA member.
Born June 6, 1953, in Kansas City, Rep. Cierpiot graduated from Cardinal Glennon High School in 1971 and has been married to Charles Michael (Mike) Cierpiot for 26 years with whom she currently resides in Independence. They have twin sons: Patrick Stuart, a first year law student at the University of Missouri in Columbia and Lucas Benjamin, a senior at the University of Missouri in Kansas City majoring in business administration.