Born and raised outside of Flint, Michigan, Stroh grew up in a very politically dynamic home and has been active in volunteering and civic engagement for 30 years. He has been a dedicated volunteer at KUER, Utah’s NPR affiliate for 14 years and he has volunteered for several local non-profit agencies to include Safe Harbor, Davis County's only Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Center, the Utah Food Bank, the Utah Chapter of the Special Olympics, and the Utah Arts Festival.
Stroh spent 14 years in the defense industry as an active duty member of the United States Air Force and as a civilian working for Lockheed Martin in electronic warfare. Since 2007 he has worked in the telecommunications industry and is currently an engineer for the Utah Education Network, providing high speed internet, telephone service, and distance education opportunities to all of Utah’s 41 public school districts, charter schools, libraries, and other governmental entities across the state.
Stroh is the father of three children. Madisyn, a freelance photographer and artist who is pursuing her EMT certification at Davis Tech in Kaysville. Lilly, who just returned from an LDS Mission in Hermosillo, Mexico and will be attending Oregon State University, as a Junior in the fall. And Micah, a Sophomore at Box Elder High School.