Troy is a third-generation resident of big Cedar Lake. He has made his own way in this world starting as a lot attendant at a local dealership then quickly moving into leadership roles, eventually becoming the head of the Service department for one of the largest auto dealers in the area. Once he became a father he altered his career path and is now a successful entrepreneur and residential developer. Troy volunteers his time and treasure with citizen-based, locally focused groups including Saint Peter Catholic Church, Hartford Rotary, Enchantment in the Park, Nabob Prairie Snowmobile Riders, Wisconsin Kitty Cat Racers, a youth snowmobile racing organization, and other organizations.
Troy’s formal political career may be just beginning but his commitment to and his involvement in this community has been lifelong. He does not have a list of political titles to support himself with. He does however, have private sector experience working within a budget to deliver fiscally responsible results that benefit all stakeholders.
This election is about landowner taxes, protecting our natural resources, and objective oversight. Troy seeks multiple solutions to the issues at hand. Troy believes it is important to continue our residential and commercial development, but it’s just as important to preserve fair and easy access to the natural beauty all around us. Troy‘s campaign is completely self-funded which means he answers to no one but you, the voter.
We need to elect someone who will have all our best interests at heart at every meeting and with every vote.
If you weren’t able to attend one of our meet and greets and would like more information, please email [email protected] He looks forward to hearing from you and to work for you as your new town supervisor.
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