Dieter Focke

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Dieter Focke (born January 15, 1955 in Bremen ) is a German banker and Bremen state politician ( CDU ). He was a member of the Bremen Parliament .


education and profession

After completing secondary school, Focke learned the profession of banker from 1974 to 1977. After completing his military service, he worked as a loan officer. From 1979 to 1983 he was a corporate account manager, from 1983 to 1989 a loan officer and then a self-employed account manager.

Focke is married to Ingrid Focke, b. Wohltmann. They both have two children.


Focke joined the Junge Union (JU) and the CDU in 1972 . In 1979 he became district chairman of the JU Bremen-Stadt and in 1980 state chairman of the Junge Union Bremen and remained so until 1985. In 1980 he became an assessor in the state board of the CDU Bremen. He lives in Borgfeld and has been chairman of the Wümme district association since 1990 .

From 1983 to 1987 and from 1990 to 2011 he was a member of the Bremen parliament. From 2003 to 2008 he was deputy chairman of the CDU parliamentary group. In the citizenry he worked a. a. in the building deputation as well as in the deputation for the environment and energy, and he was the building policy spokesman for the CDU.

Dieter Focke resigned from the parliamentary group on May 30, 2011 in protest against the election of the new parliamentary group leader Thomas Röwekamp . This reaction was purely symbolic, as the legislative period ended on June 7, 2011, the citizenship no longer met and Focke no longer belongs to the new body.

In the citizenry he was a member of the committees for hospitals, special funds for infrastructure, constitution and rules of procedure, the works committees for building and technology management, geo-information, environmental operations Bremen and the deputation for construction and transport.

Offices, memberships

Focke is a member of the supervisory board of GEWOBA AG .

Web links

  • Dieter Focke. on the Bremen Citizenship website, archived from the original on May 31, 2011 ; Retrieved May 21, 2011 .