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The Curtis Group says farewell to Wesley Stanley, marketing director for six years
Written by: Keith Curtis, president of The Curtis Group
After six years with The Curtis Group, our marketing director and campaign consultant, Wesley Stanley, is moving on. She and her family will be starting a new chapter in their lives as her husband retires from the Navy and begins work on his MBA.
Wesley has been a key member of The Curtis Group. She has developed our brand and messaging and has worked in such a wonderful way with our current and potential clients, colleagues, and all others who cross paths with her. She is thoughtful, generous, and has an incredible attention to detail. Most of all, she understands me (scary) and is someone I have been able to rely on without hesitation. She has truly made a difference with The Curtis Group, our clients, and the communities they serve.
I remember six years ago talking with Wesley’s former boss, who said she would have Wesley back in skinny minute - I now share the sentiment.
Wesley will be missed, and while it is tough to say farewell, The Curtis Group team and I wish her, and her family, all the best.
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