Steve Kruse

Steve  Kruse

Owner, Stonehenge Kennels

West Point, United States

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His background

  • Today
    2017
    1986

    Owner

    Stonehenge Kennels

    Dog Kennel - Breeding the best dogs available. Has owned over 20 champion dogs and has almost 1 million spent building his kennel to where it is today.
  • Today
    1992
    1967

    Owner

    Kruse Brothers

    One of S.E. Iowas largest hog farmers at the time.
  • Today
    1991
    1983

    Owner

    Kruse Construction

    Brick Work

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His hobbies

Book Reading mentoring local youth

About him

About Steve Kruse:

A resident of West Point, Iowa, Steve Kruse mentors young people in his community when not running his own successful business. An avid reader, Kruse especially enjoys Ron Paul’s End the Fed and Mark R. Levin’s Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto. Steve Kruse launched Kruse Brothers in 1967, which soon became one of the biggest hog farms in southeast Iowa. Kruse oversaw operations of the company until 1992.

Nine years earlier, he decided to expand his professional endeavors and created Kruse Construction, which specialized in brick work. In 1986, Steve Kruse opened StoneHenge Kennels, which he continues to own and operate in West Point. Kruse breeds many different types of dogs, and he has owned more than 20 dogs who took champion titles. StoneHenge Kennels remains committed to the highest standards of breeding and promises owners that the dogs possess the temperament necessary to make a quality pet.

As a small business owner, Steve Kruse maintains membership in numerous organizations. Aside from associating with the Pet Professionals of Southeast Iowa and the State Central Committee of the Republican Party of Iowa, Steve Kruse acts as the Director of Iowa Pet Breeders Association. When not running his business, Kruse volunteers in his community with the West Point Sweet Corn Festival. Additionally, he donates his resources to the American Legion (Post 668) and the Knights of Columbus.