Tim Ozinga is State Representative in Illinois' 37th House District.
Tim takes the most pride in being a husband and father to four girls. He is co-owner and executive vice president of Mokena-based Ozinga Bros. Inc., a fourth-generation family-owned American company specializing in ready-mix, energy, logistics, and construction materials operating in five states. The company employs over 2,500 with over 1,000 union members. The company is known for its iconic red and white striped concrete mixers. He is the son of former congressional candidate Marty Ozinga III.
An active member of his community, Tim has served on the Village of Mokena's Economic Development Commission and its Technology Committee. From 2019 to 2020, Tim served on the Mokena Community Park District Board of Commissioners. He is also an active member of the Calvary Church of Orland Park.
After attending Moraine Valley Community College, Tim earned a bachelor's degree in business management and political science from Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights. He holds an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management in Evanston and completed the executive education program at Harvard Business School.