David Houser – Managing Director in Lincoln International’s Consumer Group
David Houser is a Managing Director in Lincoln International’s Consumer Group. His expertise spans across the consumer industry and includes transactions involving strategic acquirers, control investments from private equity firms and growth equity capital.
He joined Lincoln International in 2004 and currently leads their global food and consumer products practice. In this role, he provides companies and brands with strategic growth advice on transformational growth initiatives.
Early Life and Education
David Houser was born in Oklahoma and raised on a Chiricahua Apache Indian reservation. He studied art at Santa Fe Indian School with Dorothy Dunn and went on to become an acclaimed painter.
Houser achieved fame as an artist through his iconic depictions of Native American ideals. His artwork was featured in museums across America and gained him international acclaim.
Houser was married to Lucille Best after graduating from the University of Utah in 1971 and they had five children. A devoted family man, Houser enjoyed being a dad and papa, attending nearly every baseball, softball, football, volleyball and soccer game that came his way.
David is the Managing Director and in-charge of Lincoln’s Consumer Group. With extensive experience advising companies and their leaders on transactions involving strategic acquirers, control investments from private equity firms and growth equity capital, David brings a fresh perspective to the table. As one of the newest additions to our foxy lane team, his role will be to utilize its strengths to craft business strategies for clients that will help them remain competitive in an ever-evolving marketplace.
With over two decades of supply chain expertise, he is best known for his leadership roles at Oracle, HighJump (now a Korber AG and KKR portfolio Company), and Navis – all leaders in supply chain execution, port management, and ERP technologies. Now as CRO at ReverseLogix, his role includes leading by example and inspiring others along the way.
Achievements and Honors
David Houser was an accomplished artist, having displayed his artwork around the world and earning him numerous honors for his accomplishments.
He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served on a mission for the Northern California Mission. He loved his callings within the church and felt blessed to serve others.
He was a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. Survived by his loving wife Lucille Best Houser; 5 children and 12 grandchildren; predeceased by his parents and sisters.
David Houser is renowned for his career as a country music artist. He has written several songs that have been recorded by other artists.
His song “Anything Goes” became his first top-charting country hit and is an infectious celebration of country life.
Houser has also collaborated on songs with Shane Minor and David Lee Murphy. One of his most personal works is the acoustic “In God’s Time,” a great example of Houser’s ability to tackle topics that may not always be popular.
According to a new report from the Census Bureau, the average household’s net worth declined 35 percent between 2005 and 2010, due to the housing bust and financial crisis that resulted in millions of jobs being lost as well as foreclosures.
David Houser has an estimated net worth of at least $5 million dollars, best known for his 2008 hit “Anything Goes.” He also released two more singles: “We Went” and “What Whiskey Does.” Houser plays music in a band called 10lb Biscuit and belongs to the Country Music Association; born in Locust Grove, Oklahoma with Cherokee heritage, Houser owns 33,903 units of Conduent Inc stock as of August 20, 2018, having traded five times since 2017 with the largest trade being sold 106,500 units on August 14th 2017 worth $1,811,565. Unfortunately most of his stocks have declined in value due to market corrections which continue even today