Bankers in the News
Kay Bartek, West Gate Bank | Lincoln, celebrated five years of service with the bank at the end of April. She serves as a senior vice president, Lincoln market retail manager. (pictured)
Aaron Miller, Horizon Bank | Waverly, was sworn into the Nebraska Bar on April 26. He is a equity loan specialist at the bank. (pictured)
Cindy Petz, First Community Bank | Beemer, recently celebrated her 40th anniversary of service with the bank, where she works as a vice president/loan operations. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Kay Bartek, Aaron Miller and Cindy Petz
Banks in the News
Cornerstone Bank | York, held two free, hands-on Counterfeit Money Training sessions for area business people on April 27 at the Holthus Convention Center.
Cornhusker Bank | Lincoln, and 100 other Lincoln businesses collected 34,000 shoes and $6,500 for the People's City Mission for this year's "One Day Without Shoes" event.
F&M Bank | South Sioux City, held a free community shred event in the downtown bank parking lot on April 27.
First State Bank & Trust Co. | Fremont, sponsored the Back the Orange & Blue BBQ Lunch at The Milady Coffeehouse in Fremont. The free-will donation fundraiser benefitted the Midland University's chapter of Professional Business Leaders.
Flatwater Bank | Gothenburg, visited local schools in honor of Teach Children to Save Day (April 28). The bank also hosted kindergarten and preschool students for an educational treasure hunt. Additionally, the bank held a free community shred event on April 29. (pictured)
i3 Bank | all branches, raised money through their employee jeans fund and recently donated it to the Capital Humane Society in Lincoln. Christine Volcek, Lincoln branch manager, also adopted a kitten named Opal. (pictured)
State Bank of Table Rock | Pawnee City, visited with 51 preschool, kindergarten and first-grade students and staff at Pawnee City Elementary School for Teach Children to Save Day on April 28.
Julie Allison, Cornerstone Bank | Stromsburg, retired on May 2 after 16 years of service with the bank. She has been in the banking industry for over 33 years and ended her career as assistant vice president and assistant manager. The bank held an open house to celebrate on May 2. (pictured)
Mark Sorensen, State Nebraska Bank & Trust | Wayne, retired at the end of April after 37 years of service with the bank. He ended his career as a vice president and loan officer. The bank held a retirement party on April 28 to celebrate. (pictured)
Photos: Julie Allison and Mark Sorensen