Dwight E. Curtis
Dwight Curtis is Vice Chairman of Labelmaster, serving as a member of the Board of Directors and a business advisor.
Dwight served as President of Labelmaster for 23 years. During his tenure, Labelmaster established itself as a leader assisting companies worldwide with compliance in the safe transportation of hazardous materials, working with the United States Department of Transportation and various agencies of the United Nations. Labelmaster is one of the few companies to have developed and licensed a manual for the safe transportation of dangerous goods by air (the A.I.R. Shipper) with the International Civil Aviation Organization, the air transport agency of the United Nations.
More recently, Dwight has been instrumental in the transformation of Labelmaster as a distributor of dangerous goods shipping products to offering global consulting, software solutions and systems for shipping dangerous goods by all modes of transportation both domestically and internationally. Before joining Labelmaster as CFO in 1985, Dwight worked in various financial positions for United Missouri Bancshares, Inter-collegiate Press and Rockwell International.
Education and Affiliations
Dwight received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Avila University in Kansas City, Mo. He completed graduate work in business and accounting at both the University of Kansas and Avila University. Dwight currently serves as president of the local Chicago Business and Industrial Council and as a member of the Northeastern Illinois University Business Advisory Board.