Waukesha County

Chuck Wood

409 Karin Dr.
North Prairie, WI. 53153-9725
Cell/Work: (262) 232-1148
District 14:
Village of Dousman
Town of Ottawa
Village of North Prairie
Town of Eagle
Village of Eagle
Town of Mukwonago, Wards 9, 10, 11

Currently serves on the Land Use, Parks & Environment Committee and Judiciary & Law Enforcement Committee
Lake Mgt. Districts: Eagle Springs, Pretty, School Section
Community Development Block Grant Board
Chair of Health & Human Services Board

Charles "Chuck" Wood is, with exception of college, a lifelong resident of Waukesha County, 54 years.  Chuck has been married for 30 years and has two adult children employed in the private sector. He retired from thirty years in the Sheriff's Office as a Captain in 2016.

Chuck has served the public since working for the State as a Special Game Warden in 1982. With retirement pending in the fall of 2015, two current County Board Supervisors made him aware that his 14th District representative was not going to run to keep the office.  Chuck had made it known that he was interested in local governing, and this looked like an excellent opportunity.  Chuck prevailed in a contested campaign.

Recognized for his service by Wisconsin State Legislature, Kettle Moraine Hall of Fame, DEA Certificate of Recognition, DCI Certificate of Appreciation, and Sheriff's Commendation, Chuck is also Past President of the Wisconsin Narcotics Officers Association and retains the title of Past President for life.

He volunteers for the Drug Free Communities Leadership Team and the 180 Juvenile Diversion Program Executive Committee.  He is a member of Lions International and serves with the Genesee-Wales Club. He is in regular attendance of Village and Town Board Meetings within his District, which includes Villages of Dousman, Eagle, and North Prairie, and the Towns of Eagle, Ottawa, and a third of Mukwonago. 

His special interests reflect the unique and large district he represents, public safety including police, Sheriff, and fire, and combating drug abuse and addiction.

Chuck has a BS degree from UW Stevens Point, and is a graduate of Northwestern University Police Staff and Command and DEA Quantico Drug Unit Commanders Academy.


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Wood with Public Works Committee on a tour of Central Fleet

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