Dan Mott, VP of Customer Success at Zmags
Dan and his friends Jerry Conlaine and Tom Marshall work to end a criminal drug ring, imprison dangerous criminals, protect two women who embrace nature, and give generously of his bounty to Tom Marshall.
Mott’s contested game had come into question early in the year, but his strong finish to the season put that to bed. He consistently won ball at stoppages and proved effective when used effectively in space.
Early Life and Education
Lucretia Coffin Mott was raised within the religious Society of Friends, where her parents instilled its characteristics and principles into her. At a time when female education was often treated as secondary, Mott became an adept organizer and leader who spearheaded efforts at her school to further its objectives.
William Lloyd Garrison made her one of the first public appearances defending slavery abolition; her reform activities quickly expanded to encompass women’s rights, peace and temperance issues as well as her signature speech “Discourse on Woman”, 1849 in the National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection.
Mott was committed to education being an experience which fostered reason and independent judgment, even during times when Quakers held higher education with suspicion, such as Puritan institutions like Yale. Mott continued her involvement with education throughout her life.
He possesses extensive expertise in the establishment, governance and financing of cooperatives and other member-owned businesses as well as mergers and acquisitions. Working nationwide representing both large and small business organizations, as well as being an avid speaker on governance issues affecting cooperatives.
Tech’s shortstop at the start of the year before switching positions temporarily for 11 games before going back to shortstop… Achieved team-leading average hitting at.275 with 17 doubles, one triple and six homers while stealing 10 bases out of 13 attempts…
He is survived by his wife Maureen McGlynn Mott of Sierra Vista; daughter Erin Bauer (and husband Matthew of Succasunna, NJ); son Shawn Mott from Sierra Vista; sister Tammy Mott (and two grandchildren). A memorial service will take place at St Andrew the Apostle Church 800 Taylor Drive Sierra Vista on December 9.
Achievement and Honors
Mott was an active participant in the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine as well as Detroit Medical Academy and Wayne State University Academy of Scholars. Additionally, he served on the national Liaison Committee for Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as Editor-in-Chief of ACOG UPDATE a monthly CME publication of American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
He was an unfailingly dedicated and faithful servant to his community, known for his humility and faith. A staunch proponent of women’s rights during the Civil War period woman suffrage movement, he helped steer its direction.
Dan has been working at Mott Community College as a Teen CEO instructor for more than a decade and views it more as a calling than simply an occupation.
Daniel Mott serves as Vice President of Customer Success for Zmags, responsible for up-selling and cross-selling activities. With extensive experience in account management and client relations (retail brands and design agencies alike), he brings strong leadership to this role.
He is also the founder of several successful businesses, such as “Simply Zmags”. Additionally, he serves on multiple boards of directors and has extensive knowledge in digital media industry.
Mott has lived his whole life in Auburndale and attends First Baptist Church of Polk City. He has two sons and five grandchildren whom he enjoys fishing, camping and spending time with. Additionally, Mott enjoys writing articles on technology and business subjects, composing music as a hobby, collecting baseball cards avidly and participating in local politics.
Mott has won nine training titles at Saratoga Race Course and is widely respected throughout New York state as a top trainer. With around 100 horses between New York and Kentucky primarily located at his stables in both states. Mott is married and has two daughters: Erin Bauer (and husband Matthew), Succasunna NJ; Dani Staples of Landing NJ; three grandchildren and two sisters who keep him busy in his time off work.
Mott is also a partner at Brody Wilkinson P.C. where he practices trusts and estates law. He was awarded with Connecticut Super Lawyer honors in this practice area by Martindale-Hubbell as well as being given their AV rating.
His net worth has been estimated at $15 Million dollars as of 17 November 2021. He owns over 15,000 units of General Motors stock and has made 14 trades since 2005.