Bankers in the News
Cindy Beyerink, WCB | Blair, celebrated her 10th anniversary with the bank. She is the chief financial and operations officer.
Carla Bowland, WCB | Tekamah, celebrated 15 years with the bank. She is an ag lending associate.
Joshua Johnson, Columbus Bank & Trust Co. | Columbus, received the Citizen Volunteer Award. He is the vice president of consumer banking and has served in multiple leadership roles within the community. (pictured)
Maurie Larsen, Heartland Bank | Burwell, celebrated his 10th anniversary with the bank.
Chad Leggott, WCB | Blair, celebrated his 20th anniversary with the bank. He is the vice president of commercial banking.
Cindy Muhlbach, Town & Country Bank | Ravenna, celebrated her 15th anniversary with the bank.
Angie Muhleisen, Union Bank & Trust Co. | Lincoln, was elected as chair of the University of Nebraska Foundation board of directors. She is the president and CEO of the bank.
David Ortman, First National Bank of Omaha | Omaha, was a contestant for the Youth Emergency Services (YES) "Dance for a Chance" Halloween Ball on Oct 12. The event - similar to Dancing with the Stars - was a fundraiser for YES, an organization that assists youth and young adults experiencing homelessness.
Cheryl Wheeldon, WCB | Blair, celebrated five years with the bank. She is an administrative assistant for commercial banking.
Shelley Winter, RVR Bank | Fremont, celebrated her 35th anniversary with the bank. She is a senior vice president of operations and technology.
Angie Witt, Security First Bank | Rushville, celebrated 25 years of service with the bank. She is a loan officer.
Banks in the News
Core Bank | Omaha, hosted a free community shred day on Oct. 14 at the bank's headquarters and at a branch in Papillion.
First National Bank of Omaha | Kearney, and other local organizations helped sponsor the Out of the Darkness Walk on October 14 at Yanney Park in Kearney. The free event was a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
RVR Bank | Fremont, opened an in-school savings bank at Trinity Lutheran School in Fremont on Oct. 12.
Bankers on the Move
Renee Ernesti (age 47) | Columbus, passed away on Oct 12 after a three-year battle with cancer. She was a vice president and data processing officer at Madison County Bank in Madison.