98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Steve Lynch
Steve Lynch
District 122

Years Served:
Capitol Address
Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 313-1
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Rep. Steve Lynch represents most of the southern half of Pulaski County (District 122). He was elected to his third two-year term in November 2016 and is honored to serve in House Leadership as the House Majority Whip. Rep. Lynch also serves on the Missouri Veterans Commission as a commissioner and the Missouri Council for Interstate Compact for Educational Opportunity for Military Children as a council member.

Prior to his legislative duties, Rep. Lynch was a business leader for 35 years as the third generation owner of his family's retail furniture store in St. Robert.

Rep. Lynch has also been a community leader for over 40 years and was named the 2015 Citizen of the Year and has twice received the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Armed Service YMCA.

Rep. Lynch is a church leader having either pastored churches or taught Sunday School classes for over 35 years and currently is a member and Sunday School teacher of Westside Baptist Church in Waynesville.

Rep. Lynch was born in Waynesville and is a graduate of Waynesville High School. Rep. Lynch currently lives in Waynesville with his wife of over 46 years and they have three children, nine grandchildren, and three great granddaughters.

Rep. Lynch is proud to continue a long family tradition of public service starting with his grandfather, the first Mayor of St. Robert.
Sponsored Bills
HB 1568 - (4495H.03T)
Allows physicians to prescribe naloxone to any individual to administer, in good faith, to another individual suffering from an opioid-induced drug overdose
HB 1569 - (4317H.01I)
Provides certain immunities for persons who seek medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose
HB 1570 - (4361H.01I)
Authorizes a $5 surcharge for drug-related offense cases to fund drug rehabilitative programs
HB 1571 - (4113H.01I)
Allows members of the reserves of any branch of the United States armed forces to be eligible for a Missouri National Guard educational assistance grant
HB 1747 - (4968H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the Farm-to-School Act
HB 1748 - (5073H.01I)
Allows a corporation to initiate and appear in an eviction proceeding without an attorney
HB 2087 - (5534H.01I)
Specifies that a qualified company under the Missouri Works Program includes the United States Department of Defense under certain circumstances
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation