Bankers in the News
Frank Kment, First State Bank & Trust Co. | Fremont, taught a "Budgeting 101" class on Jan. 26. The class covered the basics of creating a workable budget. He is the vice president of lending at the bank.
Banks in the News
Core Bank | Omaha, recently awarded its Community Impact Award to Omaha Bridges Out of Poverty with a gift of $5,000. Omaha Bridges is a program that teaches individuals how to break the cycle of poverty.
Giltner State Bank | Giltner, celebrated its 10th anniversary with an open house on Jan. 23. The branch, which opened on Jan. 22, 2023, is a division of Henderson State Bank.
Horizon Bank | Waverly, recently donated $12,500 to Waverly's Foundation for Education Viking support fund to help support families in the local school district. The bank also donated $1,500 to Ava's Army Sugarplum Ball, an event that donates 100% of its funds to help research pediatric leukemia. (pictured)
Above: Horizon Bank recently presented checks to Waverly's Foundation for Education (left) and Ava's Army.
Bankers on the Move
Photos, L to R: Orlena Moyer, Jace Buglewicz, Seth Davison, Lane Gottula, Ashton Johnson, Tammy Schall, Betsy Smith, Danni Starck and Kyle Stringham
Linda Hagemeier, Cornerstone Bank | Clay Center, retired on Jan. 27 after 29 years with the bank. She most recently was a vice president/assistant manager at the Clay Center and Glenvil branches. (pictured)
Ed O'Boyle, Five Points Bank | Grand Island, retired on Jan. 31 after 44 years of service with the bank. He was the bank's long-time executive vice president. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Linda Hagemeier and Ed O'Boyle
Leonard Hassenstab (age 96) | Humphrey, passed away on Jan. 27. He served in WWII before beginning his banking career in 1950 at Farmers State Bank (now Nebraska Bank) in Humphrey, eventually becoming the bank's owner until he sold it in 2016. The NBA honored Leonard for 50 years of service to the banking industry in 2000. (pictured)
Lelan Thieszen (age 85) | Henderson, passed away on Jan. 27. After moving his insurance agency into Henderson State Bank, he worked as a loan officer at the bank for 44 years until his retirement in 2006. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Leonard Hassenstab and Lelan Thieszen