Curt Gielow

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Curt Gielow (born. March 18, 1945) is an American Republican politician from Wisconsin.

Born in Evansville, Indiana, Gielow received his degree in pharmacy from St. Louis College of Pharmacy and his masters from Washington University in St. Louis. He serves Concordia University Wisconsin as the Executive Dean of the School of Pharmacy. Gielow served in the Wisconsin State Assembly 2003-2007. In 2010, Gielow was elected mayor of Mequon, Wisconsin and had served on the Mequon Common Council. As mayor of Mequon, Gielow began lifting some bans on building and changed some zoning laws to allow more commerce and thus, more business tax base, which in some cases was considered controversial.[1][2] In the Wisconsin Spring Election April 2013, Gielow was defeated for reelection for Mayor of Mequon by Dan Abendroth.[3]

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  1. ^ Curt Gielow
  2. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 2003-2004,' Biographical Sketch of Curt Gielow, pg. 23
  3. ^ 'Challenger Abendroth beats Mayor Gielow in Mequon,' Milwaukee Sentinel Journal, Dan Behm, April 2, 2013