N641 Ramthun Lane. Campbellsport WI
From candidate website
Timothy Ramthun was born and raised in the Kewaskum community and has essentially been a resident and/or a taxpaying property owner within the 59th District and the Kewaskum community his entire life. Tim is a devoted husband of 36 blessed years to wife, Carolann, a father with two and a grandfather of four. Tim wants his kids, his grandkids, all kids, to inherit the same nation that is as full of promise as the one we’ve all enjoyed.
As a young man, Tim developed a very strong and responsible work ethic serving the needs of the many; his family, neighbors and friends. Tim would do anything for anyone, especially if increased responsibility or helping the elderly was required. His compassion is legendary in the Kewaskum community, where he also successfully completed his public education.
Tim’s passion is to serve and to do so effectively, with quality in process and execution. Tim’s focus in college was information technology and process methodologies, where he obtained technical diplomas and certifications for his academic credits. After graduation, Tim worked entry-level roles in service delivery, where within four brief years, he found himself promoted to leadership levels. He’s been there ever since. Tim is a natural in leadership roles. His work ethic and passion for service, success he found from more than three decades resolving private sector business issues for multiple organizations supporting various industries, has chiseled him into a sought-after professional. Tim also owned and operated a small family business for five years with Carolann.
Tim has served as a public servant within a school board of education, where he led the District as President for two consecutive years. Tim knows, through proven experience, how to serve and how to lead through resolving problems. His overall service capabilities place him head-and-shoulders above his competition, which will enable him to serve his fellow residents of the 59th District extremely well.
Wisconsin faces continued challenges. Government remains too big and too intrusive in everyone’s daily lives. Whether it’s government telling you how your children should be educated, what health insurance you must buy, or how business is layered in regulation and bureaucracy, the people have had enough and demand better! Now, more than ever, this is the time for Tim to take his life skills and values to the Wisconsin Assembly. He’s a conservative who believes having someone with private sector experience, working to rebuild our economy and restoring fiscal discipline in government, is mission critical.