Joe and Linda Lohr
The QCPOA Board election is right around the corner. Come hear the candidates speak at the “Meet the Candidates” event at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 17 in the Crystal Ballroom of the Madera Clubhouse. Residents will have an opportunity to ask questions of the candidates after their presentations. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the candidates.
At the present time, we only have one candidate, Jeff Krueger. Jeff has been on the Board, completing the term of Jim Cleary who moved out of Quail Creek and resigned earlier this year. Jeff is looking forward to re-introducing himself to the Quail Creek Community and hearing from all present what their goals and concerns are for our community.
If additional candidates come forward, they will be included in the September 17 “Meet the Candidates” event and an additional event will be scheduled for 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 10.
All residents are invited and encouraged to come to the Crystal Ballroom of the Madera Clubhouse at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 17 to Meet the Candidates.
Jeff Kreuger – Biography
My name is Jeff Krueger. We built our home in Quail Creek in 2010, after being impressed with the community, lifestyle and the residents we had met. We retired here full time in 2013. Prior to retiring I was a senior executive at Mercury Marine as director of sales, service and marketing, managing an operational budget of more than $2 million and sales of over $100 million.
For many years I was on the board of directors of the Our World Underwater Scholarship Society sponsored by Rolex and a member of the Wisconsin State Legislative Council.
As a full-time Quail Creek resident, I am involved in many community activities. I am on the Quail Creek POA Board, President of the Photography Club of Quail Creek, board member of the QC Air Gun Club, member of the QC Performing Arts Guild and the QC Remote Control Club. I also volunteer my time as a photographer for many community clubs and activities. We continue to explore all that Quail Creek has to offer.
My reasons for being on the POA board and running for election are simple. After attending many POA board meetings, I feel that it is important to be an active member of our community. My years as a corporate executive gave me many skills I can bring to the board, along with my time and energy.
I very much enjoy my involvement in the clubs and activities I belong to and those that Sharon and I do together. I would like to see the POA board help develop and build the many clubs and activities that are offered or could be created and help guide our growth as a community. I want to represent all Quail Creek residents in a positive and responsive manner.