Harry Sieben

Brigadier General (USANG, Ret.)

Brigadier General Harry A. Sieben, Jr. (Ret.) entered military service in the Army Reserve in 1968. In 1975 he transferred to the Air National Guard and served with 148th Fighter Wing, 133rd Airlift Wing and Joint Force Headquarters, Minnesota National Guard. He retired in 2003 after 36 years of service, including serving as Adjutant General, Minnesota. He currently serves as a Civilian Aide to Secretary of the Army.

Sieben served seven terms in the Minnesota Legislature, including two terms as Speaker of the House. He is founder and President of Sieben, Grose, VonHoltum and Carey law firm in Minneapolis. As an attorney, Sieben has fought numerous pro bono cases to ensure that returning veterans were granted re-employment to civilian positions they held prior to their deployment. His wife, Mary, is a Colonel, USAF, having retired after serious injury in 2004 in Iraq. One son currently serves as a Captain, US Army, having just left Iraq after his second tour.



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