Giving back has always been important to Glen. He has performed for many children and adults at schools, hospitals, nursing homes and churches as a clown or magician. He has appeared at functions to benefit Red Cross, the Healing Place, Kosair Shrine Temple and the Salvation Army. He has also received the Habitat for Humanity “Golden Hammer Award” and the” John R. Carpenter Humanitarian Award” from the Louisville Association of Realtors for his service to the Louisville community.
Glen is a native to St. Louis and attended St. Louis Public Schools. After graduation, he worked for TWA Airlines until he was drafted into the U.S. Army, where he was a Guided Missile Specialist. After serving 2 years, he entered Washington University St. Louis and graduated in 1960 with a BS in Industrial Engineering. In 2002, Glen was honored as “Outstanding Alumni”. Glen worked for Laclede to start his building company.
Glen is the president of Glen E. Stuckel Builder, Inc., a residential building and remodeling firm. He is also partner at in Stuckel-Buttorff LLC, a building and remodeling firm. He has served as president of both the Home Builders Association of Louisville and the Kentucky Home Builders Association. In 2002 and 2003, he served as vice president of the National Association of Home Builders, and from 2010-2014 as Kentucky State Representative to the NAHB Executive Committee. Not only has Glen been voted Home Builder of the Year twice in Louisville and once for the state of Kentucky , he has also been named Remodeler of the Year for both Louisville and Kentucky. He has won every award his industry has to offer, and built 19 “Homerama” Show homes and won the “Grand Award” 7 times. In 2008 he was awarded the prestigious “Lifetime Achievement Award”.
Councilman Glen E. Stuckel was elected in November of 2002 to represent the 17th District on the Louisville Metro Council. The district includes 16 suburban cities and more than 30 neighborhood/homeowner associations. It is home to the Kentucky Truck Plant, Springhurst Shopping Center and E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park. As councilman, Glen has tightened the restrictions on charitable solicitations, helped make improvements to Westpoer Road and KY 22 priorities at state level, and made improvements to both parks in the district.
Glen is an elder and Sunday School teacher at Hurstbourne Christian Church. Married since 1957, he and his wife, Joy, reside in Indian Springs. They have three children, five grandsons and one great granddaughter.
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