Tim Ennis is a resident of Adams County since 1971, and is active as a leader and volunteer in many community activities and organizations. Tim served as Adams County Extension Council President for 10 years. Tim is a member of the Knights of Columbus and has held area K of C offices. He is a member of the Corning Rotary Club and has served locally as club president and as District Assistant Governor for Rotary clubs in Atlantic, Corning, Creston and Lenox. He has been a member of the Adams County Democratic party since 1973 and has served as county chairperson.
Tim lives and works in Corning, Iowa, where he began his career in 1971. Most of his career has been as a contract negotiator and grain marketing consultant for cooperative grain producers. Since 2004 he has managed NFO’s organic grain marketing division. He has been a member of Farm Bureau since 1991 when he worked for Farm Bureau as an insurance agent in Union county. For six years beginning in 1997, Tim worked twenty counties of Southwest Iowa for the beginning farmer program, Ag Connect, based in Lenox.
Tim and his wife Kathy have 3 children and 3 grandsons who all live in the Des Moines area. Tim was born and raised on a typical family farm, the oldest of 11 children. He earned a BA in Economics in 1970 from the U. of Chicago. His favorite pastimes are gardening, hunting and golfing.
House District 21 includes Walnut, Marne, Atlantic, Lewis, Griswold, Cumberland, Massena, Carbon, Corning, Nodaway, Prescott, Cromwell, Creston, Kent, Shannon City, Afton, Arispe, Thayer