Justice Governor Appoints Andrew Anderson to Seat for 35th District in House of Delegates
CHARLESTON, West Virginia – Governor Jim Justice today nominated Andrew Anderson of Charleston to the West Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 35th District. The district covers part of Kanawha County.
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Anderson fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Larry Pack earlier this month. He will serve the remainder of the unexpired term.
“Andrew is a rising star with real business experience who wants to continue building on the progress we’ve made in making West Virginia the best place to live and raise a family,” Governor Justice said. “I know he will work hard to represent the people of the 35th District, and I look forward to seeing him continue to deepen his roots in West Virginia.”
Anderson is a lifelong entrepreneur, businessman, father, and West Virginian. Born and raised in Cross Lanes, Andrew is a proud Appalachian and grew up appreciating West Virginia values. Educated in the Kanawha County public school system, Andrew later attended West Virginia University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering.
He has nearly 20 years of commercial and industrial experience in manufacturing, energy and banking, and currently serves as a Business Development Officer for Cooperative Business Services.
Andrew and his wife, Kristin, are the proud parents of four children – Brooks, Cora, and twins, Christian and Ford. He is a member of River Ridge Church in Charleston and an outdoor enthusiast. His favorite pastime is coaching his children’s little league baseball teams.