National President, Jack Krueger
Jack Krueger, honorably discharged in 1959 from his enlistment in the Navy, was born and raised in Green Bay, WI. He attended Santa Clara University, and worked in corporate and family businesses until the late 1970’s, when he accepted a position in the public sector, from which he retired in June 2000.
In 1998, Jack was elected to a position on the County Board, serving for 15 years. During that time, he became very involved in Veterans issues, Partisan Politics, Conservation, and Leadership. In 2004, he was appointed a Veterans Commissioner and served until his retirement from the County Board in 2011. He was also appointed to serve on the County Boards Veterans Committee, which he chaired until retirement.
In 1992 Jack was elected County Party Chair of the Democratic Party and served two terms; was elected Congressional District Chairman 1996 until 2008. He was elected a delegate to the Democratic Party National Convention in 1992 in New York City, Boston in 2004, and Denver in 2008.
In 2000 he was appointed County Representative to the Federal Program, “Glacierland Resource, Conservation, and Development” (RC.&D.). served 4 years on the Board of Directors, and in 2004 was elected Vice President and served until 2010.
From 2002 to 2008 Jack was served as an elected member of the Wisconsin Counties Association Board of Directors. Jack traveled to Wisconsin’s capitol in Madison each year as well as Washington D.C. to lobby for Veteran issues, R.C.& D. issues, and County issues.
In 2005 Jack was a part of a group of Veterans who met in Milwaukee WI. and formed the “National Veterans and Military Families for Progress” (V.M.F.P.). Within the organization, Jack has served continuously as National Chairman of Rules and Elections Committees.
In 2012 Jack joined the Executive Officers of the organization and serves as President.