Long before his election as State Representative, Mike Vereb was actively serving our community.
A lifelong resident of West Norriton, Mike graduated from the former Bishop Kenrick High School and the Montgomery County Police Academy. A police officer and detective for 10 years, Mike possesses an additional decade of experience in corporate security and fraud prevention.
Mike’s past and current community service includes the Montgomery Hose and Hancock Fire companies, West Norriton Little League Board of Directors, Advisory Board of the Norristown Police Athletic League, and Visitation BVM Pastoral Council and CYO Board.
Mike’s public service dates from his election in 1999 to the West Norriton Board of Commissioners. He was elected President of the Board in 2002, a post he held until his election as State Representative in 2006.
Mike was re-elected in 2008 and 2010. After his 2010 re-election, Mike was elected to leadership in the House of Representatives, being tapped by his colleagues for the post of Caucus Secretary.
Mike and his wife Bernadette reside in West Norriton with their three children.
As an advocate of right-sizing Pennsylvania’s government, Rep. Mike Vereb voted in favor of legislation that passed through the House that would reduce the size of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to 153 members, from the current 203 members.Read more...
As part of an ongoing commitment to put more residents back to work across Pennsylvania, Rep. Mike Vereb participated in a pro-jobs news conference held at the Capitol earlier today that detailed efforts to encourage job growth in the Commonwealth.Read more...