Bankers in the News
Dina Euler, Midwest Bank | Lincoln, recently celebrated her 10th anniversary with the bank. She is an assistant vice president in business banking. (pictured)
Stacee Smock, MNB Bank | McCook, celebrated her five-year anniversary with the bank. She is a vice president, retail banking manager. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Dina Euler and Stacee Smock
Banks in the News
Auburn State Bank | Auburn, recently donated $50,000 to Peru State College's Project Renewed Opportunities for Activity and Recreation (ROAR) campaign. The project will add five new buildings to the campus; the bank will also have the naming rights for a basketball court in the multipurpose dome. (pictured)
Bruning Bank | Grand Island, recently opened a loan production office at 2138 N. Webb Road in Grand Island, with plans for a full-service branch in the future.
Cornerstone Bank | York, was the corporate sponsor for the annual "Cocoa and Carols" program by the York University Celebration Singers from Dec. 8-11.
First National Bank of Omaha | Gretna, opened a new branch last week at 20640 Hwy 370 in Gretna.
Horizon Bank | Waverly, recently donated $50,000 to the Greater Waverly Area Foundation Fund to help fund the new Waverly Aquatic Center. (pictured)
Lincoln Federal Savings Bank | Lincoln, provided six local schools with 150 holiday food baskets through its LincolnFED Kids Program. To date, the bank has provided 2,150 baskets to families needing assistance with food needs over the holiday school break.
Riverstone Bank | Scottsbluff, partnered with the local YMCA to host the Jingle Jog three-mile fun run/walk on Dec. 10. Prior to the run, the bank hosted the Truck of Love, which collected toys, coats, non-perishable food items and cash donations.
WCB | Blair, presented a check for $14,500 during this year's Washington County Gives on Nov. 29 through the bank's "Mortgage That Gives Back" program. The Washington County Community Foundation will distribute the funds among 57 local non-profits. (pictured)
Bankers on the Move
Photos, L to R: Austin Geis, Susan Libich, Jennifer Schnieders, Oscar Spader