Lotspeich was born to Lena Pearl (Lotspeich) Trent and Charles Clark Lotspeich on February 13th in United States of America.
He currently works as a community planner for the Town of Waterbury and received the Vermont Planners Association Career Award. Additionally, he serves as trustee on their state board.
Early Life and Education
Steve Lotspeich was born in Kansas City, Missouri. At Raytown South High School he served as quarterback and wrestled. Later he went to Benedictine College in Atchison Kansas to study Philosophy.
After graduating from Benedictine College, he joined Raytown Police Department where he quickly rose through the ranks until being promoted to sergeant in 2007. That same year he was then chosen as municipal manager thanks to his wife and family’s support.
He has always shared his knowledge with others, especially children. As a volunteer at educational events such as Vermont Flower Show in Essex Junction and Insect Day at Quechee Institute of Natural Science. Additionally, he hosted many children’s parties and camps.
Lotspeich was a long-serving town planner in Waterbury for almost three decades before recently retiring after nearly 30. During this time he earned numerous accolades including Vermont Planners Association’s Career Achievement Award as well as recognition for zoning and bylaw rewrites, recruiting new businesses to town and helping residents rebuild after Tropical Storm Irene.
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He is survived by Amy Sindelar of Columbus, Aaron Lotspeich of Norfolk and Adam Lotspeich of Anna; as well as sixteen grandchildren. A memorial service will soon take place to pay our respects.
Achievement and Honors
Lotspeich’s annual awards ceremony provided fifth-grade students an opportunity to be recognized for their academic accomplishments and passion for learning. Head of School Carolyn Fox presented these awards, alongside Tracy Hickenlooper and Jennifer Steller from their classes presenting them.
Steve Lotspeich of Waterbury was recently honored by the Vermont Planners Association with their career award for his efforts overseeing numerous plan and zoning bylaw rewrites, helping Waterbury recover from Tropical Storm Irene and welcoming new businesses into town.
Lotspeich’s commitment to Central Missouri State University extends well beyond his professional accomplishments; he is a longtime supporter of its athletic teams such as Mules and Jennies football, basketball and golf – and helped establish their Wheel Team and established the Russ Lotspeich Player of the Game Award.
He and Mary have two children together. He currently serves on both the planning board and finance and budget committee of his town as well as serving as municipal manager since taking over for Carla Lawrence last fall and Bill Shepeluk’s retirement earlier this year.
Lotspeich lives in Neshkoro, Wisconsin with several relatives in both the U.S. and abroad. For nearly four years he has served on his town council.
Lotspeich has served the community of West Bend for more than 30 years in various municipal capacities, from town clerk to treasurer and from police chief to deputy fire chief. A graduate of University of Wisconsin-Madison, Lotspeich has long called West Bend home.