Sue and her husband, Pat, have been married for 44 years, they have three married children and three grandchildren.
The Allors worked hard to build a small family business and create jobs that contribute to northern Michigan’s economy.
As State Representative, Sue has
earned the reputation of a common sense leader who fights to make life better for seniors and hard-working families.
Sue Allor is currently serving her second term in the Michigan House of Representatives where she is a leader in the budgeting process as a member of the Appropriations Committee.
As a Cheboygan County Commissioner, she served on a variety of committees and boards including Cheboygan County Finance, Millage Appropriation, and Board Appointments and Procedures Committees, Area Agency on Aging, North Country Community Mental Health, District Health Department #4, Local Emergency Planning Committee, Northern Michigan County Association, and the Northeast Michigan Council of Service Associations (NEMCSA).
Over the years, Sue was involved at her children's schools as a volunteer coach and mentor. Additionally, she was active in parent-teacher organizations, booster groups and steering committees.
Sue's involvement in the care-giving of elderly relatives has allowed her to witness the many challenges that seniors face everyday.
The bureaucratic difficulties that Sue experienced when filing Veteran’s Claim paperwork on behalf of her Dad, a WW II Veteran, has made her determined to fight to make life better for elderly residents of northern Michigan.
Sue earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from University of Detroit-Mercy, and a Masters of Business Administration from Lawrence Technological University.
Sue has worked hard alongside her husband and children to build a small family business from the ground up that provides jobs and contributes to northern Michigan's economy.
Sue has also worked as a nurse in several hospital units including maternity, surgical, and cardiac step-down.
LOOKING OUT FOR NORTHERN MICHIGAN