Lindsey Curtis

Director of Real Estate

Mrs. Curtis joined Mayson Capital Partners, LLC (Mayson Capital) in 2021.  Mayson Capital Partners (Mayson Capital) is a private investment firm based in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.  Mayson Capital’s core investments include convenience stores, restaurants, hotels, and a community bank.  Other operating companies include a general contracting business, an urgent healthcare business, and a technology-driven self-storage business.  Several of these companies drive growth in a commercial real estate portfolio that includes additional commercial properties and developments.  Mayson Capital also allocates capital to venture investments with opportunities for disrupting industries and generating significant growth. 

 Mayson Capital leads investments with its own capital.  Additional funds are raised from a network of high net-worth individuals on a deal-by-deal basis.  This approach allows flexibility with deal structures and tends to yield more patient capital while portfolio businesses carry out their business plans. 

 Mrs. Curtis graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with a B.S. in Agribusiness and a major in Ag Systems Management.  She began her career as a commercial ag lender with a regional bank.  Her primary responsibilities were underwriting and structuring commercial and agricultural loans that benefitted both the bank and its clients. 

 Mrs. Curtis is Mayson Capital Partners’ Director of Real Estate.  She uses her finance experience to optimize Mayson Capital’s real estate investments.  She is hands-on in developing relationships with tenant, addressing their needs and maintaining properties.  Her long-term objective is to capitalize on Mayson Capital’s current real estate portfolio and identify new investment opportunities. 

Lindsey resides in Fruitland, Missouri with her husband Bill.  They enjoy wakeboarding and water skiing at their cabin in Bull Shoals Lake.  In the lake off-season, Lindsey and Bill follow St. Louis Blues hockey.  Regardless of the season, they enjoy spending time with family and raising at least ten chickens at a time.