Steiner commended for service to Moraine Park District Board

by jbrezinsky2. July 2012 03:02


   Robb Steiner of West Bend was sworn in to the Moraine Park Technical College District Board in July of 2009 as an employee representative. Steiner’s three-year term came to an end at the June District Board meeting, where he was commended for his dedication and service to the Moraine Park District.     
     Steiner brought extensive knowledge to the Board related to the field of electricity, project management and green energy. A 2005 alumnus of Moraine Park’s Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) Electrician Apprenticeship program, he works for his family’s business, Steiner Electric in West Bend, as an estimator and project designer.              
    “Robb’s leadership on the Board, especially as it related to the maintenance and project side of things was greatly appreciated,” stated Jodine Deppisch, Board Chair.  “Robb was an active member of the Board who we came to rely upon to provide the Board with his valued perspective. We thank Robb for his dedication and service to the Moraine Park District; he will be missed,” Deppisch said.      
     Steiner stated that he was saddened to leave the Board. “I feel very honored and blessed to have been a part of the Board,” Steiner said. “The team that’s been built here is amazing. Everyone has been such great team members, all driven toward student success.”           
     During Steiner’s time on the Board, he promoted technical and adult education in order to meet the educational and training needs of the District’s citizens. The Board expressed their gratitude to Steiner for his loyal service, leadership and friendship.           
     Moraine Park was established in 1912 and is one of 16 technical college districts that make up the Wisconsin Technical College System. With campuses in Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac and West Bend, Moraine Park offers more than 100 associate of applied science degrees, technical diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates. Moraine Park’s Economic and Workforce Development offers customized training, workshops and seminars to meet current and future workforce needs. Supporting entrepreneurship for small businesses, Moraine Park provides low-cost non-degree classes, free entrepreneurial workshops and entrepreneurial certification. To find out more about Moraine Park, visit