I have been married 27 years and have two 21 year old sons attending UW Madison. I... more
I have been married 27 years and have two 21 year old sons attending UW Madison. I enjoy boating, fishing, skiing, reading and spending time in Northern Wisconsin. After graduating from law school, I worked as an assitstant district attorney, I also supervised a four county region of the State Public Defenders Office for over 4 years and worked at the Maeder law office for 13 years. I have bee... view profile
I am a 48 year old married father of 6 (3 are steps, 3 boys, 3 girls, - yes, very... more
I am a 48 year old married father of 6 (3 are steps, 3 boys, 3 girls, - yes, very Brady Bunch). I have three grandchildren and I have been a single parent, though I have been married most of my adult life. I have always been active in my community, teaching and coaching swimming, lifeguarding and providing lifeguarding/safety work at the Wausau Kayak Course, including safety work at the 199... view profile
Peter J. Prusinski was born in Milwaukee and later raised on a small dairy farm in... more
Peter J. Prusinski was born in Milwaukee and later raised on a small dairy farm in northern Wisconsin. Peter graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with majors in Business Administration and Philosophy, and a minor in Political Science. He was a collegiate football and track and field athlete, earning letters and awards. Peter is a 2010 graduate of Marquette University Law Sch... view profile
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