Charles “Chuck” Guschewsky (1956-2021)
Chuck is the President and CEO of the Fremont Motors Companies of Wyoming and Nebraska. After graduating from college with a business degree, he returned to his home- town and joined his father and uncle in the automobile business. He has grown the single point business with 17 employees to 550 employees and 12 dealerships, a transportation company, a reconditioning company and a management company. Fremont is the state’s largest auto dealer and is in its 83rd year of business.
He has served on manufacturer advertising boards and on automobile dealer councils, been recognized on the cover of Dealer Magazine, written about in Automotive News and has multiple awards for excellence in the industry. He was the founding member of the Lander Ambassadors, a service organization, was the youngest President of the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt Club and served as President of the Water for Wildlife Foundation among participation in other volunteer organizations. Chuck has always been an avid pilot who earned his license when he was 19 in an aerobatic decathlon and has since flown numerous aircraft including a Beech Duke, a King Air and a TBM.
Chuck and his wife Cathy were early donors to the College when Father Bob Cook met with them and explained the mission of the College. They have continued to support the College. Chuck and Cathy have been married for 42 years and have two daughters and three grandchildren.