As the proud mother of 5 children with husband Marcus Bachmann (Lucas, Harrison, Elisa, Caroline, and Sophia), Michele Bachmann has deep family tree roots in Iowa with European ancestors emmigrating from Norway. Her 4th generation paternal grandparents, Melchior and Martha Munson sailed to Quebec Canada from Norway in the 1857. After moving from Quebec to Minnesota and the Munson family then settled in Dakota Territory. After some extremely harsh winters, the Munson family finally settled in Iowa where the Munson family lived for generations to come. Michelle Bachman was then born in April of 1956 in Waterloo, Iowa to Jean and David Amble.
Michele Bachmann Family
|Who are the members of the Michele Bachmann family tree that laid the foundation for this Iowa born princess to set her sights on the coveted Presidential Address on Pennsylvania Avenue. With a mother working as a bank teller and a father earning a paycheck as an engineer for Honeywell, Michele grew up in a modest middle class American home. Her mother, Jean Johnson promoted her daughter's education knowing that education was the key to success. After winning tea party favor, Michele Bauchman plans to win the republican primary and roll over President Obama for the ultimate American prize, being the first female President in United States history. |
|Michele Marie Amble Bachmann (born. 4/6/1956)
The Michele Bachman biography began with her birth to David and Jean Amble in April 1956 as Michele Marie Amble. The only daughter in a family of four, the Amble family lived in a modest home in Iowa of which they earned rental income on the top floor. Eventually, Michele Bachman's father moved the family to Minnesota when he acquired a good job with Honeywell. The financial boost ended when her parents divorced leaving the mother to support Michele and her brothers in a $4800 yearly salary as a part-time bank teller.
At a very young age, Michele met and married her husband Marcus Bachmann. Together they raised 5 biological chidren and influenced the lives of 23 foster children. Marcus Bachmann makes a religious statement by opening two christian counselling clinics.
Michele Bachman studied Tax Law at William and Mary College eventually working as a tax attorney for the IRS. Michele's say it like it is, but with clarity, speaking skills earned her notoriety as a public speaker. Now as a congresswoman representing Minnesota, she is pushing her way to the top as a tea party hopeful.