Bio: Curtin, Nancy - Editorial Assistant at Clark Co. Press (2016)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Curtin, Brooke, Schmidt, Zimmerman, Zschernitz, Halterman, Roehl, Potter

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/02/2016

Curtin Named Editorial Assistant (Clark Co. Press - 25 February 2016)

Curtin Named Editorial Assistant for The Clark County Press

Nancy Curtin has been named as editorial assistant for The Clark County Press and affiliated publications owned by News Publishing Company. Curtin began her duties Thursday, Feb. 25. (Photo by Todd Schmidt/Clark County Press)

By Todd Schmidt

Nancy Curtin of Neillsville has been named as editorial assistant for News Publishing Company, serving The Clark County Press, The Banner Journal, The Trempealeau County times, The Shopper and The Arrow Shopper.

Curtin began her part-time duties Thursday, Feb. 25. She is being trained in all departments to assist with front office duties, customer service and editorial assignments.

Curtin joins a staff including executive editor JoDee Brooke, editor Todd Schmidt, office manager Dee Zimmerman, advertising salesperson Margie Zschernitz and receptionist Nancy Halterman.

Curtin is a graduate of Owen-Withee High School. She spent 15 years in the Wausau area, and over a year ago, she decided to move to Neillsville with her pre-teen son to be closer to her family. She is the daughter of Rex and Sue Roehl.

While spending time with family and friends is important, Curtin also enjoys reading, crocheting, bowling, volunteering, cooking and baking.

She has nearly 30 years of customer service experience and over 20 years of office experience. She returned to college and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration in June 2013.

Curtin looks forward to utilizing her experience and education and hopes to bring a “new perspective” to her role with News Publishing and The Clark County Press.

“I enjoy working with the public,” Curtin said. “I’m extremely excited for this wonderful opportunity and look forward to the challenge. It will be a great way to learn more about the community I live in.”

News Publishing general manager Kathy Potter thinks Curtin will be an excellent fit with the organization.

“Nancy has a great deal of customer service abilities from her past experiences as a store manager,” Potter said. “We welcome her abilities to our staff and look forward to our customers and readers meeting her at our office and in the community.

Editor Todd Schmidt believes Curtin will add another dimension to The Clark County Press.

“Sometimes our time gets spread a little thin,” Schmidt said. “Having Nancy Curtin available, to help out on the news end will definitely improve our coverage and will make The Clark County Press a better product.”

Contact Curtin at The Clark County Press, 614 Hewett Street, 715-743-2600 or 715-571-0315 or via email,



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