Lee Staab is a retired US Army officer and engineer. Over the course of his 27+ years or service, he had the privilege of commanding and serving with thousands of veterans. While in Europe, he oversaw the construction of the Fisher House in Landstuhl, Germany. After retiring from the military in 2006, Lee worked with the Department of Defense as a civilian contractor, spending more than 7 years working in Iraq and Afghanistan. Following his return to the United States, Lee continued his public service career serving as the City Manager for Minot, North Dakota and most recently as the County Manager for Grand County, Colorado. Lee is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He also has a Master’s Degree in Engineering from the University of Illinois, an Executive Business Degree from Harvard Business School and a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the United States Army War College. He is married to his bride, Wanda, and they have 4 children and 14 grandchildren. He is looking forward to continuing to serve veterans and families as a member of the Rocky Mountain Fisher House Foundation Board of Directors.