Bankers in the News
Linda Dailey, FirstBank of Nebraska | Wahoo, recently marked a milestone anniversary of 45 years with the bank. She is a personal banking officer. (pictured)
Grace Gilmore, Cornhusker Bank | Lincoln, celebrated her 5th anniversary of service with the bank this month. She is a retail banking operations manger.
Johnny Nesbit, First National Bank of Omaha | Omaha, has been named 2022 Mentor of the Year by MENTOR Nebraska. In addition to serving the bank as a senior associate in commercial payments, he is also involved with many local organizations and sits on multiple nonprofit boards. (pictured)
Jennifer Swartz, MNB Bank | McCook, recently celebrated her 5th anniversary with the bank. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Linda Dailey, Johnny Nesbit and Jennifer Swartz
Banks in the News
American National Bank | Omaha, and other local businesses are partners for the Siena Francis House tiny home project named "The Cottages." The groundbreaking ceremony was held on April 12. Siena Francis House provides low-barrier, trauma-informed emergency overnight shelter, meals and other emergency assistance to individuals experiencing homelessness.
Cornerstone Bank | Creighton, recently donated $1,000 to Creighton Ambulance Service to help update some of the life-saving equipment, specifically fetal monitors and infant oxygen sensors.
Cornhusker Bank | Lincoln, hosted its annual One Day Without Shoes Awareness Walk on April 6 to kick off their shoe collection effort for People's City Mission in Lincoln. The Walk event also included a free lunch at the 8310 O Street branch. The bank and 100 other Lincoln businesses will collect new and gently-worn shoes until April 16.
Midwest Bank | Pierce, hosted a small petting zoo in the bank on April 12 for local preschool, kindergarten and first-grade students. Animals ranged from a cat, puppies and rabbits to sheep, goats and a calf.
Nebraska Bank | Carroll, hosted the Easter Egg Hunt on April 10 in Carroll Park for kids ages 0-12.
Pathway Bank | Grand Island, celebrated its reopening and expansion at 3333 W State Street with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 7. (pictured)
Security First Bank | Crawford, recently donated $10,000 to the Crawford Area Fund's unrestricted endowment as a bonus for the community exceeding the $40,000 fundraising goal during the bank's challenge grant. (pictured)
Left: Nebraska Lt. Governor Mike Foley (left) was present at Pathway Bank's re-opening in Grand Island.
Left: Security First Bank staff Sindy Schultz, Jenifer Barry and Shirley Schafer presented a check to the representatives from the Crawford Area Fund.
Sheri Laudenklos, Columbus Bank and Trust Co. | Columbus, will retire at the end of the month after 22 years of service with the bank. The bank is planning a retirement open house on April 27 to celebrate.