Montana Governor Steve Martz
Martz and her husband enjoy spending quality time with their three children when not working, and she is also actively involved with community activities. Martz has been an ardent supporter of Montana businesses while striving hard to improve Montana’s financial position.
“Previously, parents were tolerated while medical personnel did their work,” she stated. “Now it’s more collaborative.”
Early Life and Education
Steven Roy Martz was born November 23rd 1950 and graduated from Mason County Eastern. After service in the Navy he left behind his wife Ginny; daughters Gerri Boyd and Nicole Martz; grandchildren Landyn Cunningham, Emily Boyd Tyler Schultz Maikia Schultz; as well as their beloved dog Bailey.
As well as his leadership on the Board of Montana Chamber of Commerce, he is actively engaged with Montana’s business community, having helped pass tax reform for Montana small businesses.
Martz’s 2004 Rams experienced an up-and-down start before rallying to finish with a 10-6 record and enter the playoffs as wild-card teams. Although they suffered defeat early on in the playoffs, their success was received well by fans and public alike.
Steve Martz works with clients across various industries, such as hospitality, agriculture processing, manufacturing, dental practice, general retail and professional services. His focus lies on building strong personal relationships with his clients while being available whenever needed for advice or answers.
He is renowned professional who has held extensive positions with both public and private companies across multiple sectors. As an advisor, he boasts extensive expertise in taxation, audit and assurance, business valuation and consulting.
Martz led the Rams to an incredible 14-2 record in 2001 behind his signature offense known as “the Greatest Show on Turf” and two-time league MVP Kurt Warner. Unfortunately, they lost to New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI; but went on to finish second place in NFC West and make playoffs four out of five times during 2002 season.
Achievement and Honors
Martz worked diligently as Montana’s first female governor to create high-paying jobs, provide affordable education, and address state-wide economic development issues. She spearheaded efforts to establish the Office of Economic Opportunity in 2001 which has successfully attracted businesses with talented workforces to the state; furthermore she secured one of the lowest personal tax rates since 1970 and ensured Montana earned one of its highest bond ratings available.
Linda Martz holds an associate degree in Show Production & Touring as well as a bachelor’s in International Business from Full Sail University. Additionally, Linda graduated from their Recording Arts program and has worked on projects with Boyz II Men, Outkast, Jay-Z, Mary J Blige, Ciara and Ludacris among many others. Linda now works at Walt Disney World Resorts as quality management specialist for IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth at Epcot.
Martz enjoys snowmobiling, hunting and spending time with his family during his leisure hours. Additionally, he appreciates watching sports and encourages his son’s hockey career by attending as many games as possible.
He and his wife met at a tailgate party for an UND football game in Grand Forks and shortly after married shortly afterward. Since then they have welcomed two sons and an adorable pup into their lives.
Since 1987, Mr. Jones began his accounting career at Drees, Riskey & Vallager (DRV). Later joining Brady Martz, his expertise covers various tax areas as well as audit and assurance functions and business valuation services. With an impressive client network and team at Brady Martz – and membership on LCCC Board of Directors.
He is estimated to be worth an estimated $5 Million.
He first established himself as an influential business figure through subprime auto financing – lending money at high interest rates to people with poor credit histories – before eventually running an elite investment firm. He currently resides in Dallas’s wealthy Preston Hollow neighborhood alongside Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who are all within walking distance from one another.
Martz led the Rams offense into two NFC championship games and Super Bowl XXIV before serving as head coach from 2000-2005, compiling an impressive 26-10 record during that time.
D Martz has made over six trades worth over $1,580,593 worth of F.N.B stock since 2008 according to their Form 4. He last traded 740 units worth more than $1,050 on May 17, 2018.