Tim Sneller was born and raised in Genesee County. His school years were spent in Burton, graduating from Bentley High School in 1974. He went on to work at the Flint General Motors Truck and Assembly Plant following graduation and became an alternate committee man. While employed at the shop, Tim began his studies at the University of Michigan - Flint, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science.
Following an internship in the Michigan State Senate, Tim left GM and began his 30 year public service career as legislative aide to State Representative Bob Emerson. He continued his service to Genesee County residents by joining the staff of State Senator John Cherry, later working with him during his transition to Lt. Governor for the State of Michigan. During this time, Tim resumed his studies at U of M - Flint, adding a secondary teaching certification to the B.A. degree he completed in 1985.
After serving Genesee County residents in the Michigan State Senate, Tim then turned his focus to the Michigan House of Representatives, working for the citizens of Burton, Grand Blanc, Mundy Township, Davison, Flint, and other areas in Genesee County while working as legislative aide to State Representatives Charles Smiley, Rick Hammel, Lee Gonzales and Brenda Clack.
With over three decades of experience, broad knowledge of both state and local government, and deep roots in the community, Tim Sneller can hit the ground running on day one in the Michigan House of Representatives fighting for the community he grew up in, and never left. With a history of dedication, honesty, knowledge, and wisdom, his ability to serve is proven. Tim has earned the reputation as a person who is hard working, will get the job done and will best represent the needs of the 50th House District.