, Colorado , United States
Jun 17, 2006 01:09pm
|Info||Duncan's wife, Michele Kosciusko Bremer, has been his companion and partner for 37 years. A professional recruiter in the domestic and global energy industries, she enthusiastically supports his campaign. |
Their oldest son Max, 32, is an Air Force pilot, married to Tamsey with two children. He is deployed in his fourth tour in “the Sandbox,” flying KC-135 refueling tankers.
Justin, 31, is married to Allison. He is also in the Air Force in his third year of medical school.
Eli, 27, is married to Cami and is on a special assignment with the Air Force at the Olympic Training Center, preparing to represent the United States in the 2008 Olympics in Modern Pentathlon.
Duncan’s brother L. Paul “Jerry” Bremer recently served the U.S. and President Bush as Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq for 14 months.
All the Bremers support and actively encourage Duncan in his willingness to be your Representative in Congress.
Duncan Bremer brings a unique blend of professional training and experience into service in Congress.
Duncan’s father led an international business, so Duncan grew up in the midst of conversations about issues affecting the global marketplace. After college, he spent a summer working in France.
Duncan holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Yale University. These equipped him for his professional work in architecture, planning and energy research.
Duncan earned his law degree, working full time and attending night school while his wife Michele finished her Ph.D. He came to Colorado in 1981 to take a job with a local law firm.
Following a decade of successful legal practice in Colorado Springs, Duncan defeated three other Republicans and one Democrat to be elected El Paso County Commissioner in 1994. He served as County Commissioner full time for eight years, continuing his legal practice part time. In 2003, Duncan was term limited and returned to practicing law full time.
Since 2003 he has built up a strong legal practice, assisting his clients with real estate, planning and business matters.
Rohan Condominium Law & Practice, Vol. 1, Part 2, "Financing the Residential Condominium" Matthew Bender(1991) (with Lenard Rioth)