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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Duey Stroebel

Duey Stroebel
Candidate For U.S. Representative District 6

Duey Stroebel

Candidate Background


2428 Covered Bridge Rd
Saukville, WI 53080-2306

Phone Number: 

Candidate Biography

From candidate Website



Born and raised in District

Married to Laura for 24 years

Eight children; ages 6 to 22

Active at First Immanuel Lutheran Church
and School



Graduate of Cedarburg High School

Bachelor of Business Administration - UW Madison

Master of Science–Real Estate Appraisal and
Investment Analysis - UW Madison


Professional Experience

  • Longtime business owner and job creator in District
  • Founded and operates real estate management and
    development business in District
  • Former Board Member of Ozaukee Bank and
    Cornerstone Community Bank
  • Member of Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce
  • Member of Ozaukee Board of Realtors
  • Worked as underwriter at Mortgage Guaranty
    Insurance Corporation (MGIC)


Civic Leadership

  • Member of Cedarburg Public School Board since 2007
  • Member of City of Cedarburg Downtown Ad Hoc Committee
  • Former Town of Cedarburg Planning Commission Member
    and Parks Commission Member


A True Lifetime of Community Service

  • Past President and current member of the
    Greater Cedarburg Foundation
  • Active in 4-H and longtime Project Leader
  • Member of Concordia University President's Council
  • Basketball coach at First Immanuel Lutheran School
  • Coached recreational youth football and baseball
  • Continues to volunteer time and resources to
    countless community causes


Duey was born, raised and owns a business in the 60th District and has deep roots in the area.  “I would be proud to represent the people of the District in Madison," he said. "It is clear the citizens of Wisconsin endorsed conservative change last November. I fully support the Walker Administration's goals of job creation, smaller government and controlled spending." 


After graduating from Cedarburg High School, Duey obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was employed at Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation in Milwaukee. He then obtained a Master of Science in Real Estate Investment Analysis and started Terrace Realty in Cedarburg in 1987. The company is involved in residential and commercial real estate development and management.  Duey’s education combined with his day-to-day experience as a business owner and employer have prepared him to make the right decisions in government.


Duey has been a member of the Cedarburg School Board since 2007 and has strived to provide improved educational opportunities while respecting the finite resources of the local taxpayer.  During Duey’s tenure on the board, the Cedarburg School District has been one of the only in the state to consistently under – levy, resulting in lower taxes to local residents.


Duey has been active in numerous business, civic and philanthropic activities including past president of the Greater Cedarburg Foundation, former director of Ozaukee Bank, (now Harris) and former member of the Town of Cedarburg Planning Commission. He is also currently an active member of the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce, the Ozaukee Realtors Association, the City of Cedarburg Downtown Ad Hoc Committee, the President’s Council at Concordia University and the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
Duey and his wife, Laura, have 8 children ranging in age from 6 to 22 years old.  His interests and activities include coaching youth sports, running, hunting, snowmobiling, 4-H leadership and involvement at First Immanuel Lutheran Church and School in Cedarburg.


“We need strong conservative leadership in Madison, and I look forward to the task,” Duey said, adding he plans to attack the job with intensity, thoughtfulness and commitment. "My goal is not to be a career politician – I will always remain a husband, father and businessman. But I want to ensure the conservative agenda is implemented during this pivotal point in time – we need action, not talk.  I want my children, and all young people, to believe Wisconsin is a place they can succeed and raise a family”.