He was an engineer by trade. He headed up projects great and small, and managed the Marin Municipal Water District in the midst of one of the worst drought’s on record. That experience was the basis for his first book, The Man Who Made it Rain, co-written with Michael McCarthy.
He founded Stuber-Stroeh Associates, a civil engineering firm that grew into CSW/Stuber-Stroeh Engineering Group in Novato, California, with offices in Sonoma County as well as Sacramento.
He was a Director of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District and sat on the Board of Directors of the Bank of Marin. He was active in the community and sat on many state wide national boards.
In his spare time he worked in his shop on wood projects, restoring cars, and tending to the garden as well as spending time with friends and family. He lived in Marin County with his wife.
Three Months: A Caregiving Journey From Heartbreak to Healing, is his second book. His third and fourth books (free ebooks) are Being A Caregiver Isn't Magic: It's An Art and 13 Tips for Caregivers.