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Steve Lucic is a resident of Hamden, Ohio with his wife, Lynne Marie, and their three children Hannah, Ian and Paige. He is a graduate of St. Joseph High School and then went on to attend Mercyhurst University. Steve also attended the Auburn Career Center to receive paramedic training as well as the Ohio Fire Academy, where he became a firefighter.
When he is not busy being a firefighter and paramedic, he also has a small cow-calf operation and raises pork and lamb for private sale. Steve has been a Farm Bureau member for 10 years and has been part of the Lake County board of trustees for five years. He is very involved in Farm Bureau by volunteering at various events, serving as the previous treasurer for two years, and was a delegate for the state annual meeting.
“I support the mission statement of the Farm Bureau. I feel it’s important for farming and our future generations,” he said.
An interesting fact about Steve is that he is the owner of Revive-It LLC.
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