City of Sheboygan
Aaron R. Guenther is a marketing and branding professional living in the city of Sheboygan since 2010. Mr. Guenther attended Mount Senario College in Wisconsin and has degrees in both Public Administration and Criminal Justice. He formerly served as a volunteer Firefighter and EMT for the City of New Berlin Fire Department and as a paid on call Firefighter/EMT and Motor Pump Operator for the City of Pewaukee Fire department.
Candidate for Alderman
Mr. Guenther serves as Vice President, Sales, at the Sheboygan based Torke Family Coffee Roasters since January of 2011, he is also Managing Director of Wisconsin Cigar Distributors, LLC, and is the current elected President of Allied Foodservice Professionals. Prior in his career he was a marketing professional at Hurst, Jaws of Life in Shelby, North Carolina, and at Torano Cigars, Central America Tobacco Corp, in Miami, Florida. He was also a business owner of a small promotional marketing firm which was sold in 2004, after operating it for seven years.
Mr. Guenther’s certifications include Fire Officer, Fire Instructor, Hazardous Materials, Arson Detection; Six Sigma Green and Yellow belt in Voice of the Customer; and Specialty Coffee Association peer Calibrated Coffee Cupper, Comparative Cupping and Golden cup brewing.
Interview with Aaron R. Guenther and Russ Otten
In January, 2023, Russ Otten, Chair of the Republican Party of Sheboygan County, sat down with Aaron R. Guenther, candidate for Alderman in District 1 in the City of Sheboygan, to discuss Aaron’s campaign and key details that voters will want to know.
2049 White Pine Lane
Sheboygan WI 53083
- Parental rights
- Security in our homes
- Safety in our neighborhoods
- Caring for our City
- Reasonable and necessary government spending
- Less intrusive government
- Maintaining Sheboygan as a great place to work and live
On February 7, 2023, Aaron R. Guenther wrote a statement regarding the firing of Todd Wolf and his efforts to find out what went on in secret at City Hall.
On February 17, 2023, Aaron R. Guenther wrote a second statement regarding the firing of Todd Wolf. Included are three documents he was able to obtain.