DAVE COFFMAN OF LEE'S SUMMIT ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR MISSOURI HOUSE DISTRICT 56
DAVE COFFMAN ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR MISSOURI HOUSE DISTRICT 56
Dave Coffman wants to represent 56th in Jefferson City
Lee’s Summit, MO – Dave Coffman announced his candidacy for Missouri House of Representatives today.
“I can think of nothing more fulfilling than representing my friends, family and neighbors in our state capitol,” said Coffman. “I know the needs and priorities held by the people of the 56th district, and I can be their voice and their vote in Jefferson City. I think as we share ideas for improving our community over the course of my campaign, voters will see that I have the passion and skills needed to get the job done.”
In Jefferson City, the policies and proposals that Dave Coffman wants to promote will focus on keeping Missourians in good quality jobs and ensuring families have access to quality education and health care.
“The best ways we can make sure people in the 56th prosper include creating quality jobs, increasing access to health care and ensuring children receive a world-class education,” said Coffman. “But I can’t do it without the help of the great people in my district who want to better the state of Missouri.”
Dave Coffman, a lifelong Missourian, has resided in Lee’s Summit for 16 years and eastern Jackson County for over 30 years. Originally, Dave was raised on a farm outside of Kearney, MO.
Dave attended public schools throughout his 12 years of education, attending Kearney Elementary and Kearney High School. After graduation, Dave received a bachelor’s degree in education from Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg, MO. Later, he received his Masters and Specialist Degree at the University of Missouri in Kansas City.
Dave also spent two years serving in the U.S. Army stationed in Kentucky, Kansas and South Korea.
Dave was a principal in the Raytown School District at Westridge Elementary for 22 years. He retired in 2000. Dave and his wife Rose Mary have been married for 42 years. Their children are Cortney Cooper and her husband Neil Cooper, Amy Coffman and her husband Jay Hardenbrook. They also have two grandchildren, Brayton and Tatum Cooper.
Dave and Rose Mary belong to the Woods Chapel United Methodist Church in Lee’s Summit. In 2003, Dave established The Adoption Resource Foundation. The Adoption Resource Foundation has and continues to be instrumental in assisting families in the process of adoption by providing financial and informational support throughout the Midwest.
To learn more about Dave Coffman and the campaign visit: www.davecoffmanforhouse.com