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May 9, 2023

Strang Celebrates 5 Years in Milwaukee!

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Milwaukee Regional Office Enters Fifth Year

Join us May 11th, 4-6pm!

Sound the horns, Strang Milwaukee just turned FIVE! 

It’s hard to believe that we broke ground just five years ago. We blinked and now we’re here, where we would be amiss not to celebrate such a big and hard-earned milestone.

Strang was first established in Madison in 1935. Since then we’ve built our local and national presence and five years ago, branched out with our first regional office at W238N1610 Busse Road in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The process has been a roller coaster filled with some lows, but also the most rewarding highs.

Throughout the past few years, one thing has remained crystal clear. How grateful we are for each and every one of you!

Thank you for welcoming us into the Milwaukee & Waukesha community. We’ve enjoyed serving as part of the community, giving back, seeing it grow and evolve, and being a part of your story.

The community’s support and encouragement have allowed us to expand our Milwaukee regional team from six people to 22!

The first 6 founding members of Strang Milwaukee!

From left to right (top) Jon Nelson, Matt Matson, Larry Barton, Katrina Bower (bottom) Kevin Donahue, John Kolodzinski

While we’re incredibly proud of our last five years, most of all, we’re motivated and excited about what these next five will bring. Growth, challenges, highs, and lows, we’ll welcome them with an open mind and a grateful heart. Thank you all and we hope you continue to follow along on this journey with us!

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