District #3 Robert Streit

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robertLength of Residency - Life-long

Elected to the Village Board - 1991

Commissions/Committees: I have had the privilege to have served on every committee of the Village Board. I was the sponsor of the Historic Preservation Commission.

Occupation: I am the owner of two local businesses.

Family Information: Wife: Linda, Children: Alexis, Christopher and Robert

Other Civic Involvement: Member of the Oak Lawn Chamber of Commerce; Member of St. Germaine’s Parish

Primary Goal as an elected official: Bob was first elected as a District Trustee in 1991 and has dedicated most of his adult life to serving the Village of Oak Lawn. In his 23 years in office, he has served on every committee in village government, including serving as Mayor Pro-Tem.

Bob’s primary goal is to be a strong supporter of his life-long home, Oak Lawn, and the families that make this town so great. He takes his position very seriously, and has worked with a large number of his constituents on various issues.

Bob has owned Sealtite Roofing for over 30 years. Bob is also President and Managing Member of Illinois Energy Aggregation (IEA). He is a longtime businessman who has successfully operated local businesses in Illinois for over three decades. He holds a bachelor degree in business administration from University of Illinois at Chicago. In addition, he brings a wealth of knowledge in government and politics to IEA. He takes pride in being an Oak Lawn businessman and an Oak Lawn Chamber of Commerce member.

Bob is married to his beautiful wife Linda. His sons Christopher and Robert attend Oak Lawn Hometown Middle School.



On days off you can find Bob golfing, riding his bike or enjoying an Oak Lawn event with his family.



State Board of Elections Contribution information


As you may know, the District 3 constituent services office puts together a District 3 newsletter for my constituents.
There is a section called "Community News" which is open not only to individuals for their news, but also to civic organizations such as scouts and churches for their event news as well.
I feel it's important that we keep a small town feel by participating in local activities and by supporting each other.
If anyone wants anything included in the newsletter, or if they'd like to receive the newsletter, they can send me an email at or call my office at (708) 422-3600.


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