Bryan is a lifelong resident of Kent County and a fourth-generation farmer. A graduate from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business Management, Bryan is a Managing Partner at the largest farmer owned and operated hopyard in the State of Michigan, where they provide necessary ingredients to the burgeoning craft beer industry. The farm has locations in Oakfield and Courtland townships.
Bryan learned the value of hard work, dedication, and family at a young age as he worked alongside his dad and grandpa on the family farm, was active in high school athletics, and spent much time with his family. He will bring those values with him to Lansing to serve his community. With extensive experience in farming, entrepreneurship, and business management, he can help get Michigan on its feet again and get people back to work after the COVID 19 crisis.
Bryan praises and worships at Ada Bible Church. His faith has instilled in him a spirit of integrity and servant leadership, and he knows the importance of those qualities.
He enjoys spending his time experiencing the Michigan outdoors and snowboarding in the winter.
Experienced Conservative Leadership
Bryan’s family has a long history of serving the community. Bryan has continued that legacy as he has served on the Board of Directors for Hop Growers of Michigan as well as the Executive Committee and as the Finance Chair for the Kent County Republican Party.