Brad Stromberger was appointed to the Northern Water and Municipal Subdistrict boards on Sept. 28, 2010. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science from Colorado State University.
Stromberger and his family own and operate a 3,000-acre irrigated farm near Iliff, CO. They grow corn, kidney beans, alfalfa and wheat. The farm has been in Stromberger’s family since 1969.
Stromberger is one of founding directors of the Lower Logan Well Users and its current president. Logan Well Users augments approximately 140 groundwater wells.
Stromberger also helped establish the District 64 Reservoir Company, which acquired 100 percent of Ovid Reservoir’s assets.
Stromberger is the vice president of the Lower South Platte Water Conservancy District board.
He is on the parish council for St. Catherine’s Church of Siena.
Stromberger enjoys doing 4-H projects with his family. He and his wife Jonna live in Iliff and have three daughters: Brooke, Alli and Bailey.