March 26, 2019 11:30 AM - 1 PM CDT
Dale Tremblay, President & CEO at C. H. Guenther & Son
C.H. Guenther & Son (CHG) has been a family-run business for more than 160 years, and Dale Tremblay has been at the helm for nearly twenty. So the decision to sell the business to a family PC firm was not one he and the team took lightly.
Join us in San Antonio to hear Dale discuss the process of selling a family-owned business—and the challenges and emotions involved. Learn the difference between private capital and private equity, why CHG went down the PC path, and how they built a partnership with a firm and family they felt would honor the business’s long-held values.
Attendees will not only hear Dale’s story, but they’ll also learn how to manage an exit from a family business: when you know it’s time to turn things over to a professional management team, how to select the best partner for our business, and how to time and orchestrate a smooth exit.Lunch Sponsor: Texas Capital Bank
If you self-park for this event in the parking garage of the Frost Bank building, we will validate your parking. Sorry, but parking availability in the Frost garage is not guaranteed.
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Dale W. Tremblay joined the company in early 1998 after 13 years with The Quaker Oats Co., where he most recently served as President of Quaker’s Worldwide Foodservice businesses. Before joining Quaker, Mr. Tremblay held various positions with Sara Lee Corp. and R.R. Donnelley and Sons Inc. He earned a bachelor of arts in financial management from Michigan State University. Dale currently is on the board of directors for C.H. Guenther & Son; Clear Channel Outdoor Inc. (Audit Committee member and chairman of the Compensation Committee); Texas Capital Bank (HR committee chair); as well as NatureSweet Tomatoes. He is a former member of the board of trustees for Keystone School; Texas Can! Academy (San Antonio); and served as chairman of the board for the San Antonio Symphony. He previously served on the Michigan State University School of Finance Advisory Board and Community Advisory Committee for the Dallas Federal Reserve Board.