Renee Ellmers’ Height in cm, Feet and Inches – Weight and Body Measurements


Renee Ellmers has an attractive body. Check out the height, weight, shoe size and all other interesting measurements!

Renee Ellmers is an American politician who served as a United States Representative for North Carolina’s 2nd congressional district from 2011 to 2017. A member of the Republican Party, she defeated seven-term Democratic incumbent Bob Etheridge in 2010 by 1,489 votes, confirmed after a recount. In the 2016 Republican primary, Ellmers was defeated by fellow Congressman George Holding. Born Renee Jacisin on February 9, 1964 in Ironwood, Michigan, to parents Caroline Pauline and LeRoy Francis Jacisin, she is of Czech and French-Canadian descent on her father’s side, and of Croatian and Polish descent on her mother’s side. Ellmers did her schooling from from Madison High School. She earned a B.A. from Oakland University in 1990 and worked as a registered nurse in Beaumont Hospital’s surgical intensive care unit. She was also clinical director of the Trinity Wound Care Center in Dunn. She is married to Brent Ellmers, with whom she has a son.

Body Measurements

The following table shows the body measurements of Renee Ellmers. Here is all you want to know, including height and weight (imperial system and metric system). Note: Bra size equals band size and cup size.

Body shape:Slim
Dress size:Not
Breasts-Waist-Hips: Not inches Breast cm)
Shoe size:Not
Bra size: Not
Cup size:t
Height: 5′6″ (168 cm)
Weight: 121 pounds (55 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown


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