The Republican family loses another member. Michael Reese popularly known as ‘Mike’ was a six-term Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He served on House Commerce and Children and Youth Committees. Along with politics, he was also a businessman. Let’s know how he died and how much he was worth at the time of his death.
Mike Reese Net Worth was expected to be around $2 Million
The American Politician has been in the office serving the nation for decades now. Besides politics, he was also a businessman. According to sources, it was reported that Mike had a net worth of $2 Million at the time of his death. It was also reported that he earned around $16,800 per year.
Most of his earnings were through his political tenure. But his many talents and interest in sculpture contributed immensely to his net worth. He also worked with digital media. He studied at Vassar College and worked with artist Dale Eldred. And taught at William Paterson University about sculpture and digital media. Overall he managed to grasp his opportunities and make the most out of his.
Mike Reese-The State rep and lawmaker died at 42
Recently Mike was elected to serve as the Pennsylvania House Republican Caucus chairman in the 2020-21 U.S Presidential elections. But on 2nd January 2021, the American politician died leaving us all in despair.
The Majority Leader, Rep. Kerry Benninghoff said in a statement,
Rep. Mike Reese, R-Westmoreland/Somerset, “died peacefully with his family by his side Saturday afternoon at Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital in Greensburg following an apparent brain aneurysm”He also posted the same on Reese’s official House website and his Facebook page.
“More than a friend to all of us, and one of our caucus leaders, Mike was a devoted husband and father,” Benninghoff added, calling Reese “a model legislator who thoughtfully put his constituents first.”
It was reported that on December 7 almost a month back to his demise, Reese tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward, R-Westmoreland, said her community had
“lost a great champion and leader, and I lost a true friend. More importantly, the Reese family is grieving the loss of a devoted son, husband, and father. Mike Reese wore many different hats during his too-short life, but none were more important to him than his role as a father and husband. My prayers are with Mike’s wife Angela and their three children, Addison, Claire, and Michael Eric.”
Now, A special election will be held to restore the seat left available by the death of Rep. Mike Reese, Pennsylvania’s House speaker announced Tuesday. The election will coincide with the May 18 primary.