Spotlight on Business

Cavalier County Memorial Hospital gained a new Chief Financial officer in late December of 2014 in the form of Marcus Lewis.  


Posted on 1/31/15

By Melissa Anderson

Originally from Le Center, Minnesota, Lewis has previous experience as a member of the United States Navy where he worked as a Sonar Technician. He was honorably discharged after a six year enlistment in April 2007 and decided to stay in Hawaii where he was already stationed.

Lewis enrolled at Hawaii Pacific University (HPU) where he earned 3 degrees from: Associates of Science in Marketing, Bachelors of Science in Business Administration in Marketing, and a MBA in Management.

After finishing his MBA in December 2011, Lewis began searching for a career in and around the Minnesota area to be closer to his and his wife, Becky’s, families, a better school system for their daughter, Nadia, and a more affordable lifestyle.

In November 2012, Lewis accepted an employment offer at Cavalier Air Force Station to become their Communications Manager. The Lewis family also found a great home in Langdon and closed September 2013.

“We have really enjoyed our short time in the community and are extremely happy to be a part of it” Lewis stated

Lewis’ position at CCMH as the Chief Financial Officer means that he will be handling all financial, accounting, and budgeting for CCMH, Langdon Clinic, and Walhalla Clinic.  Lewis’ is responsible for payment of all of the commitments, bills, leases, and contracts. Lewis also assists the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors in financial and investment decisions, giving the facts and figures to accurately assess risk and benefits in all decisions.

Lewis’ wife, Becky, has worked for the Langdon Post Office since July 2013. Lewis enjoys golfing, when the weather cooperates, hunting, and spending time with family.