Jonathon Frantz

Jonathon Frantz

Jonathon is an attorney who dedicates his time and talents to serving those around him. He believes that each person should have the opportunity to defend and preserve their rights as a citizen in the Great State of Idaho. Jonathon was born and raised in Kootenai County, Idaho. His passion for his native roots has been a foundation throughout life, including his educational career. After completing his high school degree at age sixteen, he completed two years of college at North Idaho College before serving a two-year mission in Spain for his church. Following his mission, he attended the University of Idaho and received a Bachelor’s degree in General Studies with an Emphasis in Business and Spanish in 2007.

Jonathon met his wife, Katie while attending school in Moscow and after completing his B.A. he was hired as a real estate managing executive for a luxury home development in Twin Lakes, Idaho. He and his wife purchased their first home in Post Falls and found that community to be a wonderful place to start their family. After 4 years of real estate management, Jonathon was inspired to pursue a law degree and was accepted into the University of Idaho College of Law. Motivated to accelerate his education, Jonathon was given special permission by the Dean of Students to complete Law School early by assuming extra heavy classloads. He graduated honors with a Juris Doctorate of Law in 2012. He was also the first law school graduate with a “Business Law Emphasis.”

In his free time, Jonathon is an avid road biker and an active member of the Mountain View Cyclery sponsored team. He thoroughly enjoys the outdoors and is often found running, hiking and swimming. Jonathon spends much of his time involved in community leadership; whether it be coaching parks and recreation soccer teams, church service, volunteering for triathlon and biking events or as a Boy Scouts of America leader; he is a valued member of his community. Above all, Jonathon is a family man and a devoted husband and father to his wife and four children.