David Stromberg grew up in the small semi-rural (then!) town of Ridgefield, Connecticut.
David attended Cornell University and received his bachelor’s degree (AB) in American History in 1976. He chaired the University Senate’s committee responsible for all non-academic university budgets at Cornell and was also elected Undergraduate Whip of the Senate. David next attended Boston College Law School and received his JD degree in 1979. During law school, David clerked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Region 1.
Upon graduation from BC, David moved to the Bay Area and after passing the California Bar Exam in 1979, was recruited to become Assistant Regional Counsel for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Region 9, working on the RCRA, Clean Water Act and Superfund programs. In 1992, David entered private practice, joining a law firm in San Francisco, He later joined an Oakland law firm where he managed the firm’s litigation practice group. In 1998, David formed Stromberg Law Firm in Walnut Creek which he continues to manage. In 1994, David became a trained business mediator and provides mediation and alternative dispute resolution services to individuals and small to medium size businesses.
David has four sons. He moved to Moraga in 2015 when he married Pat Reynolds, whose two daughters attended Campo. He and Pat have five grandchildren, three dogs and a cat.
In addition to coaching his four boys’ athletic teams, David’s volunteer services have included: Commissioner, City of Lafayette Parks & Recreation Commission; Trustee, Lafayette School District Governing Board (two terms); Town of Moraga Design Review Board (two years, one as Chair); Town of Moraga Planning Commission (three years, two as Chair); and Board Member, Moraga Community Foundation (2020).