As the Speaker Pro Tem of the Missouri House of Representatives, Shane Schoeller proudly served three terms as the trustee of the people’s vote in the 139th District.
Shane Schoeller graduated from Branson High School in Taney County in 1990, in the beautiful and rugged lakes country of southern Missouri. He earned the degree of Bachelor of Science in political science from Southwest Baptist University (SBU) in Bolivar, MO in 1994.
Shane Schoeller raised funds for Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), a global non-profit organization serving more than 1,500 campuses worldwide, to help teach young people the principles of free enterprise and entrepreneurship.
As a new graduate, Shane Schoeller, an active Republican, worked as field representative for Senator John Ashcroft and Senator Kit Bond, later becoming a legislative assistant to then-Congressman Roy Blunt and later chief administrative aide to Secretary of State Matt Blunt.
Prior to his election to the House, Shane Schoeller served as the Director of Government Affairs for the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Greater Springfield. He was a leader in encouraging pro-job and pro-growth policies in home construction, helping make homeownership an affordable opportunity for current and new homebuyers.
Elected to the legislature in 2006, Shane served on committees that reviewed budget appropriations, utilities, taxation and revenue, and also disaster recovery “after the Joplin tornado of 2011.” He was unanimously chosen by his peers as the House’s second ranking official, Speaker Pro Tem, in 2011.
Shane Schoeller and wife Mendie are the parents of Emma, Dorthy, and Johnny. The Schoeller family makes their home in Willard, near north Springfield.
Shane is a proud member of the NRA and Missouri Farm Bureau. Shane, Mendie and their children are an active family in Second Baptist Church of Springfield.