2018 Year of the Woman
Cheryl Grieb, Osceola County Commissioner District 4
Cheryl has always held Osceola County close to her heart. Her involvement in the community shows her commitment to continue to help improve our overall “Quality of Life” here in Osceola. As your Commissioner, Cheryl has worked hard to make significant contributions to our environment, education, and infrastructure. We need to keep her in office working for us!
Cheryl originally born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, moved to Florida with her mother and three brothers after her father, a police officer in Linden, New Jersey, suddenly passed away. Cheryl was seven years old when she began her life in Osceola, and is a proud graduate of Osceola High School—go Kowboys! Following in her mother’s footsteps, Cheryl obtained her real estate license in 1986 and now owns her second real estate company, Olde Kissimmee Realty, specializing in historic properties for residential and commercial use in downtown Kissimmee and Saint Cloud.
Cheryl was elected to the Osceola County Commission in 2014, and currently serves as Vice Chair. Prior to the election, only one woman had served on the Commission in 100+ years. Previously, Cheryl served as a Kissimmee City Commissioner from 2006-2014. She is presently a member of the Downtown Kissimmee Area Council for the Chamber of Commerce, a member of NAR Smart Growth Advisory Board, a member of Nine County Coalition Board, the Metro-Plan Orlando Chairman, a member of the Water Resources Advisory Committee, past chairperson of the Tourist Development Council, past chairperson for GOPEP, past chairperson of the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council, past president of the Osceola County Association of Realtors, received the Realtor of the Year award in 2001, and is a graduate of Leadership Osceola. At the state level, Cheryl is the past chairperson for the Smart Growth Council for the Florida Association of Realtors, as well as serving on the Legislative Committee.
Cheryl enjoys kayaking, hiking, fishing, and appreciating the great outdoors with her wife Patti. They live in downtown Kissimmee with their dog Meg, and their cat Misty.
The citizens of Osceola County know they can count on Cheryl. Please remember to vote in the August 28th Primary Election, and if you are in district 4—please consider re-electing Cheryl Grieb to the Osceola County Commission.
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Cheryl Grieb, Democrat, for Osceola County Commission District 4.