Andrea Zetts is the pretty wife of Ohio representative, Tim Ryan –who recently announced he will be running for president.
Andrea’s husband has represented much of northeastern Ohio in Congress for nearly two decades. He was re-elected for an 8th term in 2018.
Born Timothy John Ryan on July 16, 1973; the Ohio native graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Bowling Green State University and also holds a law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
Prior to his election to public service, Ryan served as President of the Trumbull County Young Democrats and as Chairman of the Earning by Learning program in Warren, Ohio.
He began his career in politics as a congressional aide with the U.S. House of Representatives in 1995 and later served as an intern for the Trumbull County Prosecutor’s Office.
The 45-year-old has been married to wife Andrea for a few years. Meet the potential First Lady.
#1 She is also from Ohio
Andrea Zetts was born April 10, 1976, she is originally from Struthers.
#2 She is a school teacher
Andrea Zetts Ryan is a teacher at Seaborn Elementary School in the Weathersfield Local School District. According to the school website, she teaches first grade at Seaborn Elementary School in Mineral Ridge, Ohio.
#3 She has three kids
Andrea Zetts and Tim Ryan welcomed a son, Brady in 2014. However, she is also the mother of two teenage children –a son, Mason and a daughter, Bella –from a previous marriage.
#4 She has been married since 2013
Andrea and Ryan first met around 2008 so it’s believed they began dating sometime after. The couple tied the knot in a private ceremony in 2013 in New York City. The ceremony was followed by a carriage ride in Central Park and a quiet dinner.
#5 Andrea was mentioned in his book
Ryan thanked Andrea and her two children in his 2012 book “A Mindful Nation.” He wrote: “I want to thank Andrea for giving me the space, support, and encouragement needed to write this. And to Mason and Bella for all the joy and laughs they gave me and the lessons they taught me. They are lovely young people and a major inspiration for this book.”
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