April 13 - 19
Bankers in the News
Chris Alt, Midwest Bank | Norfolk, recently celebrated his 10th anniversary with the bank. He is a chief lending officer. (pictured)
Photo: Chris Alt
Banks in the News
Core Bank | Omaha, staff recently volunteered at the Open Door Mission in Omaha as part of National Volunteer Week. The Mission works to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty in Omaha.
Equitable Bank | Grand Island, sponsored the T-Rex Races at Fonner Park on April 16. Assistant Vice President-Commercial Lending Andy Gdowski competed in the event. The races featured local celebrities wearing inflatable T-Rex costumes while running.
F&M Bank | Wayne and West Point, held free community shred events on April 19.
First National Bank of Omaha | Norfolk, recently donated $100,000 to the North Fork Development Project, which aims to create a recreational, residential, entertainment and business corridor in Norfolk. (pictured)
First State Bank | Gothenburg, hosted an Easter egg hunt at the four plex in Gothenburg on April 16. The baseball fields were covered with eggs, and community kids hunted them; local businesses and organizations provided prizes for the event.
Henderson State Bank | Henderson, recently presented lessons on saving money to the third-grade class at Giltner Public Schools.
Homestead Bank | Cozad and Lexington, recently $500 from their jeans fund to the Elwood Volunteer Fire Department in memory of Fire Chief Darren Krull who was killed in an accident while responding to a fire near Elwood. (pictured)
Lincoln Federal Savings Bank | Lincoln, has partnered with Two Men and A Truck to collect donations for the organization's Movers for Moms campaign to support Friendship Home of Lincoln. Movers for Moms helps arrange Mother's Day gifts of essential care items to moms living in local domestic abuse and homeless shelters.
State Nebraska Bank & Trust | Wayne, wore teal to help Haven House raise awareness and support Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April. Located in Wayne and Sioux City, Haven House offers crisis intervention and prevention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. (pictured)
Promotions & Appointments
Carol Ostendorf, Nebraska State Bank & Trust Co. | Broken Bow, assistant vice president of residential and consumer lending (pictured)
Jacob Parsons, Nebraska State Bank & Trust Co. | Broken Bow, vice president of ag and commercial lending (pictured)
Tyler Fuchtman, Midwest Bank | Creighton, market president (pictured)
Nikki Beatty, First State Bank & Trust Co. | Fremont, training & development manager (pictured)
Darcy Ray, Pathway Bank | Grand Island, chief financial officer (pictured)
Scott Erickson, NebraskaLand Bank | North Platte, board of directors (pictured)
Mary Jacobson, NebraskaLand Bank | North Platte, board of directors (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Carol Ostendorf, Jacob Parsons, Tyler Fuchtman, Nikki Beatty, Darcy Ray, Scott Erickson and Mary Jacobson
Laurie Hill, First State Bank | Holdrege, retired on April 1 after exactly 35 years, to the day, with the bank. She most recently was the bank's BSA officer. The bank held an open house reception to celebrate her long career.
Joyce Maxted | Kimball (age 91), passed away on April 4. She worked at American National Bank and other area businesses, but her primary role was a homemaker. (pictured)
Wiltrude Toelle | Beemer (age 86), passed away on April 16. She worked at Scribner Bank.
Photo: Joyce Maxted
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