Sue Rocca (born 1949) is a former member of the Michigan House of Representatives who currently serves as a member of the Macomb County Commission. She is the wife of Sal Rocca, another former member of the Michigan House. They are the parents of Tory Rocca who is a currently a member of the Michigan House of Representatives.
Sue Rocca Wikipedia
Sue Rocca was born in 1949 in Delaware, Ohio. She was born Sue Marshall the daughter of Ralph and Sadie Marshall. Sue graduated from Rutherford B. Hayes High School and then attended Bowling Green State University. She then transferred to North Central Michigan College where she received an associate degree in nursing. She then worked as head nurse in the psychiatric ward of Lockwood MacDonald Hospital for five years and later worked for 16 years at William Beaumont Hospital in Troy, Michigan.
Rocca was appointed a member of the Michigan Health Occupations Council in 1986 by Governor James Blanchard. She served on this council until 1994. In 1992 Rocca was elected a member of the Macomb County Commission. She later served as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from 1994-2000.
While in the state legislature Rocca introduced several bills to focus anti-drug efforts. One of these criminalized the use of Ketamine.