Terry Marecki (Dist. 9)
Terry Marecki is chair of the Committee on Public Services and serves on the committees on Health and Human Services and Ways and Means.
She also serves on the Special Committee on the Criminal Justice Complex
A Republican, she was first elected in November 2014 to represent the Wayne County Commission's 9th District, which covers the city of Northville, Northville Township and most of the city of Livonia.
The lifelong Livonia resident graduated from Bentley High School and Madonna University with a bachelor of science degree in dietetics. She is a registered dietitian who worked at the University of Cincinnati and University of Michigan medical centers in the cardiac surgery and rehabilitation departments.
Marecki served on the Livonia Public Schools Board of Education, including as vice president and secretary, from 2001-03. She served on the Livonia City Council from 2004-10, including the final two years as vice president, and as Livonia city clerk from 2010 -14.
She has volunteered for years in her hometown and is active with the Livonia Community Foundation, Livonia Prayer Breakfast Committee, Community Opportunity Center Advisory Board, the Livonia Public Schools Education Foundation, as an honorary board member, and as a trustee on the Madonna University Committee on Planning and Mission Effectiveness. Her family attends Oak Pointe Church in Novi.
Marecki and her husband, Mark, have four children and four grandchildren.
Wayne County Commissioner Terry Marecki and fellow Commisioner Melissa Daub took part in the Wayne County Cares Assistance program on Dec. 23 outside Ward Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Northville, distrubting $500 county-authorized gift cards to employees of hotels, restaurants and other businesses forced to close to protect public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cards have been distributed to 12,000 qualified employees this holiday season. To see a video of the event, click here.
Staff: Grace Modes
Phone: (313) 224-0946
Fax: (313) 967-1235
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