John grew up in rural Missouri.  Growing up John was blessed to have a father who was a leader and entrepreneur along with a strong mother who taught him faith in God, patriotism for our country, support for the constitution, a belief in free enterprise system, a strong work ethic, leadership and community service. John completed a bachelor’s degree in business and a Masters of Health Administration from Mizzou. Over the past thirty years, John has worked in the private sector for small, medium and large companies with the last fourteen years running his own business.

When not running his company, John serves St. Charles County in the Missouri House of Representatives, where he was elected by his peers to serve as Speaker Pro Tem.  During his tenure in the General Assembly, Speaker Wiemann has been a conservative leader having received “A” ratings from the American Conservative Union, Americans For Prosperity, National Rifle Association, and Missouri Right to Life.  Since he was seventeen years old, John has always been a conservative Republican.  As a College Republican, Young Republican, and later the National President of the Pachyderm Clubs, he has supported campaigns for numerous Republican candidates from the local level all the way up to Presidential.

On a personal note, John and his wife of 32 years, Yvette, live in O’Fallon with their two sons, Blake and Clayton.  John and his family have lived in St. Charles County for twenty-five years, where they built a home, started a business and raised their children.  John is active in his church and in the community. He is a member of numerous civic organizations like the Chamber of Commerce for O’Fallon and Cottleville-Weldon Spring, National Federation of Businesses, Knights of Columbus, Lions Club, and the Lewis & Clark Pachyderm Club.