Monty (Monty) Fritts (R-32)

State Representative Monty Fritts

Monty (Monty) Fritts (R-32)
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Capitol: 615.741.7658
FAX: 615.253.0163
District: 865.617.7459
Suite 430 Cordell Hull Building 425 Rep. John Lewis Way North
Nashville, TN 37243
PO Box 1150
Kingston, TN 37763

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I am fortunate to call Tennessee home. I was born in Rockwood to a working class family and did not realize that I had already won the lottery, if you will. College wasn't on the horizon for me then. My options were to get a job or join the military. I did both. But, again I was a lottery winner and often didn't even realize it. I had been born an American in the greatest state in the Land of the Free. I grew up respecting those men like Davy Crockett, Andrew Jackson, Sam Houston, and Alvin York. Men with Tennessee connections who defined Home of the Brave. Men like my great, great, great...grandfather had fought near the Battle of King's Mountain for our Freedom in the Revolutionary War. Men like York had fought for Freedom in 1917 and many men stormed the beaches of Normandy in 1944 for Freedom. Men named Fritts had fought and were highly decorated in the jungles of Vietnam. Those strong men and their determined wives had shaped a lease on Freedom that was given to me as if I had won the lottery. Indeed I had. I was born a Tennessean. I am campaigning for the first time to hold political office. I am campaigning, to use York's words, to renew our lease on Freedom. Will you join me in this movement to renew a lease on Freedom and Liberty for our children and grandchildren? My Education Carpenter by trade who enjoys working on antique autos and motorcycles Roane County High School (1982) Various Leadership Development courses, U.S. Army Bachelor of Science (BS) [multidiscipline] Business and Chemistry-Liberty University Master of Business Administration (MBA) -University of Tennessee MA in Theological Studies-Liberty University Certificate of Operational Excellence-Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) "I do not want to look back on this time and think, I should have done more to protect our children and grandchildren's future. Please stand with me to be a Voice for our Values in Tennessee." My Interests Life Member Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) American Legion Post 50 Rockwood Life Member (Benefactor) National Rifle Association (NRA) Member Tennessee Firearms Association Member National Association of Gun Rights Supporter Life Choices Resource Center of Roane County Sponsor/ member Society of the 1st Infantry Division Co-founder Liberty University Parent Loss Scholarship fund My Resume 1988 Began a career at Y12 as an hourly worker and became a Union Steward, promoting worker rights. 1993-1995 Moved into a technical/ environmental field, began college career, and transitioned to EU ops. 1996 -2003 Held roles from Clerk, Chemical Process Supervisor, to Shift Manager. Successfully restarted operations in the area of responsibility. I oversaw safety lockouts, trained as an Asbestos Worker, and qualified as a Shift Manager responsible for the safety envelope in a nuclear production facility. 2003 Recruited by Safety Dept to introduce new safety program at plant. Successfully installed. 2004-2005 Deployed to Iraq as Non-Commissioner Officer in Charge (NCOIC) for a Squadron PSD and Convoy Security Team. Trained soldiers, planned, and executed more than 200 patrols. I am a proud Cavalry Scout and honored to have served with so many great men and women. 2006 Began role as Production Advisor. Implemented measures to reduce cost per unit production. Led multiple productivity improvement initiatives to improve schedule performance. 2007-2008 Operations Manager (1 of 3) for International Non-proliferation effort. Successfully accomplished mission. 2009-2013 Director of Enriched Uranium Operations. Successfully implemented factory of future technology to production floor. Acted as Leadership Development Liaison with UTK. Plant ALARA Chair, and Managed workforce of approx 300-350. 2013-2015 Y12 Production Programs Liaison with HQ in DC. Contributing author to NNSA Uranium Strategy. 2016-2017 Director of Operations Nuclear Fuel Services in Erwin TN. Responsible for operations in an approx 1000 employee facility. 2017-2020 Accepted appointment as Federal Program Manager with U.S. DOE/ NNSA under Trump Administration, and then stood up Office of Production Integration (acting Director). ~$250 to 600M annual budget authority. Contributed to Presidential Budget Requests. Designed and set performance measurements with field. Held programmatic responsibility across U.S. 2020 Realtor in our family business, Covenant Broker Real Estate LLC in Kingston. I support my wife in the rural and veteran markets.

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First Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2024
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