C.H. Brown promoted Bradon R. Marshall to president. Marshall will be based in the Wheatland, WY headquarters.
CHB has been in operation for more than four decades under the leadership of its founder and former president, Chuck H. Brown. Brown and his wife, Kate, opened C. H. Brown in 1968 as an equipment retailer. The company then moved into equipment financing in 1995 and later joined Platte Valley Companies in 2008.
Brown will continue to have a strong association with the company with the day-to-day operations becoming Marshall’s responsibility.
As president, Marshall will continue to seek strategic referral partners to ensure customers and other business associates are being served effectively. In addition, he will continue to monitor the company’s technology partners to advance system integrations, driving productivity and efficiency.
Marshall began his career with CHB in June 2015. He previously served in various roles, including equipment lender and chief operating officer.
CHB provides competitive fixed loans and leases and operates in 49 states. It has the ability to finance a wide array of equipment within the agricultural, industrial, transportation and construction industries.
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