Councilman Glen E. Stuckel was elected to the Louisville Metro Council in November 2002. District 17 includes the suburban cities of Anchorage, Broeck Pointe, Creekside, Fincastle, Hickory Hill, Langdon Place, Lyndon, Manor Creek, Meadow Vale, Rolling Hills, Ten Broeck, Westwood and Worthington Hills. It also includes the neighborhoods of Bay Colony, Bluegrass Fields, Brooks of Hickory Hollow, Brownhurst Manor, Brownsboro Glen, Brownsboro Woods, Chamberlain Place, The Coves, Craigs Creek, Eagles Cove, Evergreen Farms, Forest Springs, Forest Springs North, Graystone Manor, Hickory Hollow, Indian Springs, Nutwood, Old Brownsboro Gardens, Park Place, Sawyer Place, Silver Creek, Springhurst, Wemberly Hill and Wyndham Place.
Glen, a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, is president of Glen E. Stuckel Builder, Inc., a residential 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 a vice president of the National Association of Home Builders. 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.
Giving back to the community is important to Glen. He has performed numerous times as a clown/magician at orphanages, schools, hospitals, nursing homes and churches. He has received the Habitat for Humanity “Golden Hammer Award” for his participation and supervision in building 12 homes. The Louisville Board of Realtors has honored him with its highest award, the “John R. Carpenter Humanitarian Award” for his service to this community.
Glen is an elder, choir member and Sunday School teacher at Hurstbourne Christian Church. Married since 1957, he and his wife, Joy, reside in Indian Springs. They have three children and four grandsons.