NEW RICHMOND, Wis. - Today, Representative Rob Stafsholt (R - New Richmond), released the following statement on S. Mark Tyler’s re-appointment to the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Board:
“Congratulations to Mr. Tyler on his appointment to the Wisconsin Technical College System Board! Mark has dedicated his life to Northwest Wisconsin and the Technical College System. I thank him for his public service.
“As a WTCS board member, and as a member of the Governor’s Council on Workforce Investment, Mark continually advocates for those in Northwest Wisconsin and the state as a whole. By working within two administrations over the past 8 years, Mark has proven that he can put politics aside, and work to move Wisconsin forward.
“In the private sector, Mark’s business ventures have proven to be a success for the area. OEM Fabricators in Woodville offers many Wisconsinites family-sustaining jobs.
“We are lucky to have someone like Mark on the WTCS Board. It is encouraging to see one of our own from our area receive this appointment. I’m sure that with his leadership, our Technical College System will continue to be on the cutting edge of innovation.”
Mark Tyler has been a member of the WTCS Board since 2011. Mark was President of the WTCS Board from 2011-2013, and again starting in 2017. Privately, Mark is the president and founder of OEM Fabricators in Woodville.
Representative Stafsholt represents the 29th Assembly District, which includes portions of eastern St. Croix County and western Dunn County.