The head of The Winquest Group, Dick DeVos, owns and controls several companies under The Windquest Group. Its biggest is Stow Company. The most successful of the remaining dozen are Boxed Water, Neurocore, and the reserve. DeVos owns and controls his empire with his wife of more than 30 years, Betsy Devos. He came on board the Amway Corporation train in 1974 and became the vice president of Amway International in 1984. He left Amway for a few years, but returned to it in 1993 as its president.
In addition to his present position as owner and controller of The Windquest Group, DeVos also sits as a board member for six different companies. He also has several outstanding personal accomplishments: He is a two-time National Champion sailor, as well as a fully licensed jet and helicopter pilot. For her part, Betsy’s accomplishments have also been great, having also been active in the Republican party for many years. She currently also sits as a member of several boards across the country. The Devos are very active in the operations of The Windquest Group. Dick recently hired Phil Dolci as the new CEO of his company, The Stow Company Inc.
Dolci with be replacing the retiring Frank Newman, who will remain on board activities at the company as a member of the board of advisors. Dolci is definitely not a newbie in the field. He comes to The Stow Company with more than 23 years of experience in the consumer products manufacturing and marketing industry. Devos is confident in Dolci’s ability to lead the company to ever greater heights. Dolci earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago and an MBA from Northwestern University has previously worked with Crosman Corporation, U.S. Playing Cards, Sanford, ConAgra Foods, Dean Foods, and Kraft Foods.