About Andrew Concannon
Andrew was born in Willoughby, Ohio (a suburb of Cleveland), and grew up in Troy, Michigan. For the last 10 years, he has lived in Saginaw with his wife Tracy and sons William and Ethan.
Andrew is the son of a long-time General Motors employee and a teacher. Growing up in a Midwestern, middle class family, Andrew knows how important job security is to families in Michigan. When the General Motors' plant in Cleveland, Ohio was closed in 1982, Andrew's family was fortunate to move to Michigan when his father was transferred to the General Motors Tech Center in Warren, Michigan.
Andrew attended Michigan State University majoring in History and received his law degree from the University of Detroit School of Law in 1993. He has practiced law at Smith Bovill in Saginaw, specializing in general and commercial litigation. As part of his legal practice, he has represented the interests of community groups, local farmers, and county governments within the Districts. Andrew carries an "AV" ("very high to preeminent") rating for legal ability (generated from reviews by other attorneys) from Martindale Hubbell. He is the youngest attorney in Bay, Midland or Saginaw counties to carry such a rating.