Scot Madson is a Financial Advisor with Nicolet Wealth Management. Scot began his financial career at an independent firm in 1978. He takes pride in assisting clients with their retirement and investment planning.
Scot lives in De Pere with his wife, Amy. They have four children and 11 grandchildren. Scot is heavily invested in our community serving on several boards in various capacities. He is currently a Board Member for the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation and also Friends of Bay Beach. He is a past member of Notre Dame Academy Foundation, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors. Scot is a long-time member of the Green Bay Preble Optimist Group and is serving as President of The RC Memorial Golf Outing.
Scot is an avid golfer and shares his passion for the game with those who are unable to play in a unique way. He owns and donates the use of a paramobile, which provides wheelchair users and others with impaired mobility the opportunity to stand up and engage in recreational activities. This all-terrain standing sports wheelchair is rotated through and available at golf courses in the greater Green Bay area.
Scot was an Evans Scholar at Indiana University. He is a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), a Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) and carries affiliations with the Society of Financial Service Professionals and Financial Services Institute.
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