BioRepresentative Geoff Duncan was first elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 2012
for the 26th District. Geoff and his wife Brooke have been married for 15 years and have three
boys, Parker 10, Bayler 7 and Ryder 2. Their family resides in Forsyth County and attends
Browns Bridge Community Church, which is an affiliate of North Point Community Church.
Both Geoff and his wife Brooke graduated from Chattahoochee High School in Alpharetta,
where they first met. Both later attended Georgia Tech together. Geoff was a scholarship pitcher
on the baseball team at Georgia Tech and proudly played in the 1994 College World Series.
After his junior season he was drafted by the Florida Marlins organization and opted to leave
school early to pursue his lifelong dream of being a professional baseball player. Geoff spent the
next 6 seasons working his way the through the minor league system and eventually reached the
AAA level for parts of two seasons. An untimely shoulder injury, which resulted in surgery, cut
his baseball career short in 2001.
After retiring from baseball, Geoff and his wife Brooke started a small marketing company out
of their Forsyth County home with a focus on merging old fashion customer service with modern
day technology. This unique combination afforded them the opportunity to work with several
Fortune 500 companies across the country, and their company quickly grew with sales
representatives in several states. Four years after starting the company, Geoff and Brooke sold it
to a larger Georgia based marketing company and moved onto their next challenge.
Geoff immediately started a residential construction company based in Forsyth County and
currently builds homes throughout the metro Atlanta and north Georgia area. With a focus on
larger custom homes, he once again enjoys blending old fashion customer service with
technology and has won a Silver OBIE Award from the GAHBA for an EarthCraft home built in
the city of Milton.
Fun Facts- Geoff is an instrument rated private pilot, has coached 17 youth sports teams, and
leads a couples Bible study every week with his wife Brooke.