Bankers in the News
Greg Hohl, Wahoo State Bank | Wahoo, was recently named chair of the Council of Independent Nebraska Colleges Foundation. He is the president and CEO of the bank. (pictured)
Bryan Shank, Union Bank & Trust Co. | Lincoln, was appointed to the Council of Independent Nebraska Colleges Foundation board of directors. He is a vice president of business loans and financing at the bank.
Carrie Zade, Horizon Bank | McCook, recently celebrated her 15th anniversary with the bank. She works in the customer service department. (pictured)
Banks in the News
Equitable Bank | Grand Island, recently awarded $22,000 in grants to area businesses through the bank's Charitable Foundation. Grant recipients include: Stuhr Museum Foundation, Literacy Council, Junior Achievement, and the Ryder Park Inclusive Playground Project.
Five Points Bank | Grand Island, sponsored a watermelon-eating contest on July 23 at the Hall County Fair. The contest benefitted local high schools, with the top three winning teams' schools receiving $250, $200 and $150, respectively.
Flatwater Bank | Gothenburg, hosted a free root beer float day at the bank and the Sun Theatre's free summer kids mystery for the movie of the week on July 19.
i3 Bank | all branches, raised $549.25 for the Neumeyer Farm Park and Athletic Complex in Bennington. Once built, the Complex is intended to be used year-round by people of all ages and abilities. (pictured)
Promotions & Appointments
Roy Miller, Great Plains State Bank | Columbus, chief credit officer (pictured)
Katie Thompson, Lincoln Federal Savings Bank of Nebraska | Lincoln, mortgage loan officer (pictured)
Marlene Anderson, First Northeast Bank of Nebraska | Oakland, retired recently after 42 years in the banking industry. She ended her career as a vice president with the bank.
Jim Fay, Cornhusker Bank | Lincoln, retired after 39 years in banking. He most recently served as the vice president of private banking.