About Me

Justin Skiba is a freelance writer, educator, and family man. He has a love for the game of football, playing throughout his youth, semi-pro, and coaching varsity football. Living near Green Bay, he has had the opportunity to follow the Packers for much of his life and has a deep appreciation for the history of professional football.

He is fascinated with Terrence Malick’s ‘The Tree of Life,’ as it reminds him to always notice the glory around us. He and his wife, Stephanie, live in Sturgeon Bay, Wis. with their two daughters, Delaney and Amelia.

Justin can be found on LinkedIn and Instagram.

Published in the Peninsula Pulse Newspaper

Skiba, Justin M. “Justin Skiba Articles.” Peninsula Pulse Newspaper. Door County Pulse. Various publication dates.

Published in Door County Living Magazine:

Skiba, Justin M. “A Potter Turns to Food: Forget Thor’s hammer; meet his brick oven.” Door County Living Magazine. Door County Pulse, 01 Aug. 2019.

Skiba, Justin M. “A Countryside Getaway: The Chanticleer Guesthouse.” Door County Living Magazine. Door County Pulse, 01 May. 2018.

Skiba, Justin M. “Mobile Vet Jim Johnson Parked for Good.” Door County Living Magazine. Door County Pulse, 14 Nov. 2017.

Skiba, Justin M. “The Fire That Took Williamsonville.” Door County Living Magazine. Door County Pulse, 30 Aug. 2016.

Published in Door County Advocate:

Skiba, Justin M. “The Pioneers’ Pioneers.” Door County Advocate. Press Gazette Media, 04 July 2014.