A Maltersville man has filed as a candidate for a seat on the Dubois County Council
Michael Kluesner announced this past week that he is seeking the Republican nomination for one of three at-large seats on the seven-member council.
A 1968 graduate of Jasper High School, Kluesner received an associate’s degree in architectural engineering from Sam’s Technical Institute in 1970. He served in the Indiana National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve 324th Military Police Prisoner of War Information Unit in Jasper, where he retired after 21 years of military service.
Kluesner spent 28 years as owner of Seufert Construction in Ferdinand where he served as the company’s president. It was during those many years in the construction business, numerous projects were developed, constructed and renovated. One of those projects was the historic renovation of the Dubois County Courthouse in Jasper.
He was also a partner in the Progressive Investment Company and Access Storage, LLC. His financial interest in both of the companies was sold in 2012 and both companies remain successful local businesses.
He is a member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Jasper, where he serves on the facilities management committee and bereavement luncheon ministry. Kluesner has been a member of the American Legion continuously for 44 years and is a member of Post 147 in Jasper. He was a member of the Ferdinand Kiwanis for 28 years, serving two terms as president. He was given the Outstanding President Award for his service.
Kluesner and his wife, Nancy, live in the Maltersville area and have two grown sons.