Thursday May 17, 2018

Operation Oswego County Names Business Finance Director

Kevin LaMontagne joins county’s economic development agency

    Kevin LaMontagne

    Kevin LaMontagne recently joined Operation Oswego County, Inc. as business finance director.


    LaMontagne will assist with financial underwriting for loan applicants, assist with packaging Small Business Administration loans, monitor loans with OOC, the county of Oswego Industrial Development Agency and SBA, and work as liaison to the banking community.


    LaMontagne, a native of Poughkeepsie, earned a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Potsdam and a Master of Business Administration degree in finance and marketing from the University of Iowa.


    LaMontagne has a background serving as a chief financial officer and has extensive experience in finance and operations at small- to medium-sized family owned firms, as well as international businesses. He is adept at liaising between clients, bankers, lawyers and certified public accountants during the course of a project and recently worked with several start-ups.


    LaMontagne served on Operation Oswego County’s board of directors for six years, including two 2-year terms as president of the board. He was also a member of the Central New York Regional Economic Development Council from 2011-2015.


    Among his personal achievements, he is most proud of being an Eagle Scout. LaMontagne has lived in several areas of New York state and looks forward to settling in Oswego in early June.


    “We are very pleased to welcome Kevin to our economic development team,” said OOC Executive Director L. Michael Treadwell. “His background in business finance, his small, medium and start-up business experience and his knowledge of OOC’s operations, as a past president of our board of directors, will make him an asset to our staff.”


    OOC is a private, nonprofit economic development organization that works to enhance and protect the business climate of Oswego County.


    For more information, call OOC at 315-343-1545, or visit

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 157

Issue 157
August/September 2018

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