March 8 - 14
Bankers in the News
Aaron Brockmann, F&M Bank | West Point, recently celebrated his fifth anniversary with the bank. He is an assistant vice president. (pictured)
Ginny Harshbarger, NebraskaLand Bank | North Platte, celebrated her 20th anniversary with the bank this week. She serves as senior vice president - chief information security officer. (pictured)
Randy Korgan, MNB Bank | McCook, recently marked his 35th anniversary with the bank. He is a residential lending officer. (pictured)
Photos, L to R: Aaron Brockmann, Ginny Harshbarger and Randy Korgan
Banks in the News
Bank of the Valley | David City, recently donated funds to the Butler County Historical Society for the preservation and framing of an American flag from 1868. This flag, which was unveiled during the "Towns of the County" program on March 13, is believed to be the first American flag flown over Butler County. (pictured)
First Community Bank | Fremont, celebrated the groundbreaking for a new branch on March 14. The ribbon cutting is planned for next year. (pictured)
Nebraska State Bank & Trust Co. | Broken Bow, received the Business of the Year award from the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce at the Chamber's annual banquet on March 11. (pictured)
United Republic Bank | Elkhorn, and the city of Gretna agreed to terms for the bank to secure title naming rights to Gretna Crossing Park. The new $55 million destination will be called "Gretna Crossing Park Sponsored by United Republic Bank."
York State Bank | York, recently helped host the Project GROW Gardening Workshop at the York County Fairgrounds. More than 40 gardeners attended to hear from expert horticulturalist Sarah Browning.
Bankers on the Move
Photos, L to R: Grant Carter and Ryan Trausch
Robert Bock, Security Bank | Allen, recently retired after 40 years of service with the bank. An open house celebration was held on March 10.
Dave Bondegard, Cornerstone Bank | Clay Center, Davenport, Edgar and Glenvil, will retire on March 17 after a 46-year career in banking, with 18 of those years at Cornerstone Bank.
Don Semin (age 84) | David City, passed away on Feb. 26. He worked at Bank of the Valley in Bellwood for over 20 years. Don was also a member of the U.S. Army Reserves.
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