Bankers in the News
Special congratulations to the following Nebraska bankers who graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado on July 27:
Rhonda Eigenberg, York State Bank | York, recently celebrated her fifth anniversary with the bank. She is the head teller at the plaza location in York. (pictured)
Jill Prinz, American National Bank | Omaha, celebrated her 35th anniversary with the bank. She is an internal auditor. (pictured)
Derek Wiedenfeld, Lincoln Federal Savings Bank | Lincoln, marked his fifth anniversary. He is an assistant vice president/commercial real estate loan officer. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Rhonda Eigenberg, Jill Prinz and Derek Wiedenfeld
Banks in the News
American National Bank | Omaha, recently donated $3,000 to B&B Sports Academy, a local nonprofit started by Terence “Bud” Crawford, as part of the "Give Kids a Fighting Chance" fundraiser in partnership with KMTV Channel 3 News. The funds will help provide access to quality athletic training, mentorship, and a safe space for youth to pursue their athletic dreams.
Core Bank | Omaha, hosted a Core Bank Cares golf tournament on July 17 as a fundraiser for Humble & Kind, a nonprofit dedicated to assisting Omaha community individuals in dire need and offering swift assistance to those who cannot afford to spend time on waitlists. The event raised $10,000, which the bank presented to Humble and Kind on July 26. (pictured)
First National Bank of Omaha | Scottsbluff, had the winning team at the Regional West Foundation Golf Scramble held last month in Scottsbluff. All proceeds from the event will go toward a new Varian Edge™ linear accelerator for The Cancer Treatment Center at Regional West. Additionally, Riverstone Bank | Scottsbluff, helped sponsor the event.
Midwest Bank | Deshler, has pledged $50,000 as part of a matching challenge grant donation for Spring Creek Kids, Inc. Childcare Center. The Center is a local nonprofit that hopes to open a renovated location in May 2024 for children from infant to preschool age, with a future goal of providing after-school programs for older children.
Bankers on the Move
Bob Herbek, Heartland Bank | Hastings, retired on July 31; the bank held a party to celebrate his long career. He was the vice president/relationship manager. (pictured)
Photo: Bob Herbek