Bankers in the News
John Pavlik, First Nebraska Bank | Columbus, was named to the Columbus Community Hospital Board of Directors. He is a vice president-loan officer and branch manager at the bank and serves on various other community boards. (pictured)
Karen Pickhinke, West Gate Bank | Lincoln, recently celebrated her 15th anniversary with the bank. She is an operations specialist.
Ashlei Spivey, U.S. Bank | Omaha, has been named to the Omaha MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP), as part of the Global program, Cohort 9. She is a vice president and business access advisor at the bank; Ashlei is also the director of I Be Black Girl and co-owner of the restaurant Best Burger. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: John Pavlik and Ashlei Spivey
Banks in the News
Equitable Bank | North Platte, won third place in the "Total Value" category for their steer as part of the Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation (NCF) Retail Value Steer Challenge (RVSC). The RVSC winners were honored at a NCF lunch on June 10 in Valentine. The RVSC raises money to support youth and adult educational programs, scholarships, research and infrastructure projects, history preservation and collegiate judging teams across the state.
First Northeast Bank of Nebraska | Hooper, recently donated $1,000 to the Hooper Area Community Foundation's Community Improvement fund to complete an upgrade to the town's entrance sign and surrounding landscaping.
Five Points Bank of Hastings | Hastings, sponsored the Hastings Open Golf Tournament on June 25-26 at the Lochland Country Club. The bank also was one of the presenting sponsors for the evening concert on June 25 as part of the Flatwater Music Festival in Hastings.
Homestead Bank | St. Paul, volunteered at the Howard/Greeley Food Pantry's "Lunch Bunch" on June 23. (pictured)
JP Morgan Chase Bank | Papillion, opened a new branch on June 14. The branch is located at 11707 S. 73rd Street in Papillion and is the bank's fourth metro-area location.
Promotions & Appointments
Morgan Baack, State Nebraska Bank & Trust | Wayne, operations assistant (pictured)
Jana Wheatley, Equitable Bank | Elkhorn, financial consultant, Equitable Wealth Management division
Photo: Morgan Baack
John "Jay" Cattle, Jr. | Seward (age 79), passed away on June 20. He began is banking career in 1964 at the National Bank of Commerce in Lincoln; in 1969 he began working for Cattle National Bank, now Cattle Bank & Trust, in Seward and continued working there until his passing. John was also a 50-year member of the NBA. (pictured)
Photo: John Cattle, Jr.