Andrew R. Treder

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  • Specialist E-4
  • Served: 2009-March 2014
  • 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment, Regimental Support Squadron, Supply and Transportation Troop, Fort Hood, Texas
  • Motor Transport Operator

Andy was born in Scottsdale, Arizona to Garry and Dawn Treder, on 18 SEPT 1986. He was named after his Grandfather Art Dietz. He and his family moved to Rhinelander, WI a few months later where he was raised. After graduating from Rhinelander High School in 2005 he began working as a tattoo artist in Eagle River, WI.

In August of 2009 Andy joined the US Army as an 88M (Motor Transport Operator) stationed with the 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment – Regimental Support Squadron – Supply and Transportation Troop in Fort Hood, Texas supporting field operations and training exercises throughout the unit and aiding in sniper school training; rising to the rank of Specialist E-4. In March of 2014 Andy was Honorably discharged due to medical reasons and he and his family returned to Rhinelander.

Andy decided to continue his education at Nicolet Area Technical college, completing his Associates of Applied Sciences in Architectural Technology in May of 2017. Andy started his career as an independent Designer and supplying valuable assistance in the project design of the Wilderness Veterans Flame Memorial. He is also a Project manager in the Architectural Services Department of WeatherShield Doors and Windows, Medford, WI. Mr. Treder currently resides in Rhinelander with his wife Jackie and three daughters.