Paul Curtman is a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, an author, conference speaker, and former Missouri lawmaker.
After graduating from Pacific High School in 1999, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps to serve his country and was subsequently deployed to the Middle East after 9-11 to support Operation Enduring Freedom.
After his time in the service, Paul attended the University of Missouri-St. Louis, earning a political science degree and eventually attaining his license as an Investment Representative. Paul's outspoken and public stance on issues took him to the State House to represent the people where he served for eight years.
In 2010, Paul was elected to the Missouri General Assembly in a district he wasn’t expected to win. Ever since, he has worked hard to promote justice, accountability, and transparency within the state capitol. He was nominated to chair the Committee on Government Efficiency as well as chairman of the Committee on Downsizing State Government.
Paul works in the financial industry but is also an author and frequent conference speaker. He lives in Stevens Point, Wisconsin with his wife, Ruth, and their three children, Oliver, Piper and Jack.