This web site was created by Kurt Struckmeyer.
Kurt grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. After graduating from the Washington University School of Fine Art in 1969, he had a varied career at the General Motors Design Center in Warren, Michigan. For over 35 years, he worked as a clay modeler, technician, planner, strategist, historian, writer and communicator, serving under every vice president of design except Harley Earl.
Kurt retired from General Motors in 2005 and now lives in Farmington Hills, Michigan. In 2008, he was asked to write a history of automotive design at General Motors titled Driving Style: GM Design’s First Century. Today, he spends much of his time writing about two diverse pursuits: religion and genealogy.