Meet Marsha Kosmatka


Marsha Kosmatka grew up in the Village of Wolverine Lake, with her parents, Ron and the late Carol, who were small business owners and active members of the American Legion and Fraternal Order of Eagles. A product of public education, Marsha graduated from Walled Lake Western High School. She studied Business Administration at Central Michigan University and earned her Bachelor’s Degree before going on to earn her law degree from The University of Detroit Mercy.

Growing up in a community built around a lake, Marsha has always been active in outdoor sports and events at places such as the Multi-Lakes Conservation Association, where she became an expert marksman. Marsha’s father was an early member of Multi-Lakes. Marsha has lived in the district her entire life, currently residing in West Bloomfield.

Marsha began her career in law as a clerk in the Wayne County Circuit Court and became an Oakland County Assistant Prosecutor. As a Special Prosecutor, she tried cases for the Domestic Violence Unit. She also served as a docket prosecutor in Judge Rudy Nichols’ courtroom. Marsha is a small business owner currently in private practice as a defense attorney.

Marsha:

"I believe in common sense, conservative solutions to the problems we face today. I believe in limited government and balanced budgets. I will defend our Constitution, protect our older adults, uphold our 2nd Amendment rights and work towards the elimination of the State Income Tax."