Standing Up For Northern Michigan

Meet Neil Friske

Standing Up For Northern Michigan
Neil Friske, born in Petoskey and raised near Charlevoix on the family farm, Friske Orchards, is a respected life-long resident of Northern Michigan. He graduated from Ellsworth High School and spent two-thirds of his life working on and running the family farm. For over a decade, Neil and his brother, Richard Jr., were second-generation partners in the family operation. Currently, Neil owns and operates Friske & Sons Property Management in Charlevoix. When he’s not hard at work, he spends as much time as possible with family. He has four grown sons and is a delighted Opa of three beautiful grandchildren.

Together, We Can Make America Great – Again.

Truly great leaders lead with prayerful wisdom and humility, with a servant’s heart, with a listening ear, with transparency and dedication to those they are serving, with a formidable work ethic, and with an unrelenting conviction to uphold all people’s rights and freedoms. I will be such a leader – for you, for your families, for this beautiful state.

Together, we can put ourselves first – our children, our schools, our communities, our elderly, our veterans, our livelihoods. Together, we can be a voice for the voiceless – upholding the sanctity of life. Together, we can hold the line – against government overreach, against Big Corporation and Big Tech monopolies, against the loss of any and all freedoms. Together, we can make a difference – for our families, for our future, for our state, for everyone. Together, we can dream new dreams – and make them a reality. Together, by God’s grace, we can lead – boldly and relentlessly, with wisdom and conviction, with grace and humility.

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2 weeks ago
Neil Friske

On this Good Friday we remember that Christ died for the forgiveness of sins. We know that he is seated next to the father in Heaven and there will come a day when we all join him in heaven.

“He himself bore our sins” in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; “by his wounds you have been healed.” - 1 Peter 2:24
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On this Good Friday we remember that Christ died for the forgiveness of sins. We know that he is seated next to the father in Heaven and there will come a day when we all join him in heaven. 

“He himself bore our sins” in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; “by his wounds you have been healed.” - 1 Peter 2:24
4 weeks ago
Neil Friske

Back in Lansing - But had a wonderful time on Friday and Monday reading to the student at St. Ignace and Pellston Public Schools.
#marchreadingmonth 📚
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Back in Lansing - But had a wonderful time on Friday and Monday reading to the student at St. Ignace and Pellston Public Schools.
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1 month ago
Neil Friske

Office hours in Boyne City at 11AM! 🇺🇸Please join me for my March Office Hours! I always enjoy being able to sit down with my constituents, listen to their concerns, and answer their questions. ... See MoreSee Less

Office hours in Boyne City at 11AM! 🇺🇸
1 month ago
Neil Friske

Pictured here with leadership of the Home Builders Association of N. MI for the Annual Home Show membership breakfast and awards, and an urgent message to all those reading this:
🚨 The Whitmer administration is trying to add a list of new building code regulations that could add an additional $40,000 to an average family home! If you’re concerned about #affordablehousing, I urge you to write the Whitmer administration a letter or email against these unnecessary residential building codes!
Thank you to HBA president Jeff Grantham for leading the fight on this. Congratulations Christine Cole of DTE on your retirement and many years of service to the HBA! 🏠
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Pictured here with leadership of the Home Builders Association of N. MI for the Annual Home Show membership breakfast and awards, and an urgent message to all those reading this:
🚨 The Whitmer administration is trying to add a list of new building code regulations that could add an additional $40,000 to an average family home! If you’re concerned about #affordablehousing, I urge you to write the Whitmer administration a letter or email against these unnecessary residential building codes! 
Thank you to HBA president Jeff Grantham for leading the fight on this. Congratulations Christine Cole of DTE on your retirement and many years of service to the HBA! 🏠
1 month ago
Neil Friske

It’s always great to have people from the north come visit! Just call my office and set up a a visit 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago
Neil Friske

Had such a warm welcome from the Lincoln Elementary family in Petoskey for a reading month visit 📚 I’ll be bringing one of my favorite books, “I’m a Michigan Kid” around to schools this month! ... See MoreSee Less

Had such a warm welcome from the Lincoln Elementary family in Petoskey for a reading month visit 📚 I’ll be bringing one of my favorite books, “I’m a Michigan Kid” around to schools this month!Image attachment
1 month ago
Neil Friske

I had a wonderful time meeting with some of the local municipal leaders in my district yesterday: The City of Boyne City, Melrose Township and Eveline Township, one of which said I was the first elected legislator to ever visit them! I will be taking their concerns back to Lansing today. 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less

I had a wonderful time meeting with some of the local municipal leaders in my district yesterday: The City of Boyne City, Melrose Township and Eveline Township, one of which said I was the first elected legislator to ever visit them!  I will be taking their concerns back to Lansing today. 🇺🇸Image attachment
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