Born to Hazel Stoick Thorson and Joseph Stoeckler in Rhinelander, WI.
Is a research assistant at Rocky Mountain Forest Experiment Station.
Is an emergency health care assistant at Hennepin County Detox Center until 1975.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in experimental psychology from the University of Minnesota (UMN) and is a teaching assistant in chemistry and music until 1979.
Is a show producer for the Professional Entertainment Program Overseas and USO Morale Welfare Recreation with the U.S. Army until 1979.
Is a research assistant in physiology at UMN until 1980; Is a part-time science instructor with the Kaplan Educational Center until 1988.
Obtains a Doctor of Medicine from the UMN Medical School; Is a resident in pediatrics until 1986.
Achieves a Master of Science in information systems from UMN; Is a family practice physician out of Joel Stoeckeler MD LLC through today.
Is a resident in family practice at the University of Minnesota Medical Center until 1990.
Is a physician with Ramsey Clinics until 1998; Is a medico-legal professional witness and consultant until 2016.
Receives the Leonard P. Burke MD Memorial Award from the Minnesota Medical Foundation.
Is a physician with the Baldwin Medical Group until 2012.
Receives America’s Top Family Practice Doctors Award from the Consumer Research Council of America.
Is the owner, manager and operator of Hay River Tree Farm in Boyceville, WI through today.
Receives the Businessman of the Year Award from the National Republican Congressional Committee Business Advisory Council.
Is the owner, manager and operator of Cheep Storage Facility in Lakeland, MN through today.
Is a physician with the Baldwin Area Medical Center/Western Wisconsin Health until 2016.
Is a camp doctor for the Boy Scouts of America at Many Point Scout Camp.
Works locum tenens in emergency medicine for Acute Care Inc. and CompHealth through today.