MACCI welcomes three new board members
For the Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry has announced the appointment of three individuals to serve on its board of directors.
Chad Curtis is Community Bank President with Associated Community Markets. He is responsible for the development of new commercial relationships and works directly with business banking customers, in the Marshfield, Stevens Point, and Wisconsin Rapids markets, on loans and deposits.
Chad joined Associated Bank in 1995 and has over 20 years of banking experience. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Chad is the treasurer and a board member for the Boys and Girls Club of Portage County and a member of the Marshfield Noon Rotary.
Shaun Quinlan is the president and CEO of Prince Corporation, a distributor and manufacturer of agricultural, lawn and garden, wild bird, and pet products in the upper Midwestern United States. Shaun has over 15 years of operational and financial experience with two Fortune 500 companies – Aramark and Campbell Soup Company. He started his career as an officer in the United States Army, retiring as a captain. Shaun holds a Bachelor of Adminstration from Villanova University and a Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Shaun resides in Marshfield with his wife Meghan, son Duncan, and daughter Lillian.
Mark Vieth is president of Wenzel’s Farm. He was born and raised in the Madison area and attended college at the University of Wisconsin, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Accounting. He earned his CPA through experience in private industry, at manufacturing and non-profit companies.
In 2004 he relocated to Marshfield when he started working at Wenzel’s Farm as the company’s controller and Russ Wenzel’s “right hand man.” He was named president in 2010. In May 2014, Castleray, LLC purchased Wenzel’s Farm.
Mark is involved in the Marshfield Kiwanis Club; he serves on an investment sub-committee for Opportunity Development Center; and he is a member of Northridge Church. He and his wife, Amy who is a realtor for Century 21 Gold Key Realty, have four adult children. His hobbies include running and jogging.
Curtis, Quinlan, and Vieth will join Pat Anderson-Roehl Transport, Nick Arnoldy-Marshfield Insurance Agency, Melissa Breen-Marshfield Clinic Health System, Matt Eckelberg-Hawkins Ash CPAs LLP, Ryan Heiman-Nasonville Dairy, Erin Howard-LMH Properties, Nick Kumm-Marshfield Utilities, Cory Latourell-Hotel Marshfield, Amy Nystrom-PreventionGenetics, and Ron Wilczek-Forward Bank on the board.