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November/December 2014
Wisconsin Community Banker
for consumer and commercial bank-
ing at Associated Bank. He graduated
from Commonwealth Business Col-
lege and is a recent graduate of the
Graduate School of Banking at the
University of Wisconsin.
“Jimmy is a great fit for Bank of
Sun Prairie, not only because of his
larger than life personality, but also
because he has championed many
areas of banking with great success,”
said Alice Hensen, current Bank of
Sun Prairie president. “I am very con-
fident Jimmy will carry on the prom-
ises we have made to our communities
to continue to be a financially strong
partner that focuses on customer
satisfaction, through products and
Hassan Joins Park Bank
as CIO
MILWAUKEE—Tahir Hassan has
joined Park Bank as chief information
officer. Hassan’s position is newly cre-
ated; he will guide the bank’s informa-
tion technology strategy and enhance
customers’ experience through
Hassan joins Park Bank from
senior level IT leadership positions
with Actuant Corporation and Web-
ster Financial Corporation, the parent
company of HSA Bank.
Wisconsin Business
Development Hires
MONONA—Wisconsin Business
Development Finance Corp. (WBD)
has hired April Nelson as vice presi-
dent and loan officer. She will be based
in the WBD Hudson office and serve
the western Wisconsin and eastern
Minnesota markets.
Nelson brings a wealth of experi-
ence within the SBA 504 industry and
20 years of experience working in
commercial lending.
Prairie Financial Group®
Expands Senior Team
WAUKESHA—Prairie Financial
Group has hired Anthony Preman,
Terry Doyle, and Michele Young.
Anthony Preman, director of
fiduciary services, comes to Prairie
Financial Group from Morgan Stan-
ley Wealth Manage-
ment where he was an
investment advisor.
He brings more than
a decade of financial
services experience,
which includes invest-
ments, estates, trust administration,
and corporate retirement planning.
Terry Doyle, senior director for
fiduciary services, has
more than 25 years
of experience in the
financial services
business. Prior to join-
ing Prairie Financial
Group, Doyle was vice
president/wealth advisor for BMO
Private Bank.
Michele Young, senior trust admin-
istrator, joined Prairie
Financial Group from
BMO Private Bank
and has over 25 years
of trust administration
Prairie Financial
Group, a division of Waukesha State
Bank, has been in business for 40
years and has grown to serve clients
throughout the United States.
Loy, Veldkamp, and
Ninedorf Promoted
MADISON—First Business Financial
Services, Inc. recently announced that
Tami Loy has been promoted to senior
system administrator and officer,
Megan Veldkamp
to senior business/
IT analyst, and
Caitlin Ninedorf to
marketing and digi-
tal coordinator.
Loy has been
with First Business
since April 2003
where she began
as an IT support
specialist providing
technical support
across the organiza-
tion. Throughout
the years, she has
taken on additional
responsibilities and
she backs up the
network admin-
istrator, database
analyst/developer, and
IT support specialist
Veldkamp has
been with First Busi-
ness since 2012. Most
recently she held the
position of database
where she enhanced
many of the bank’s
internally developed
applications. Prior to
First Business, Veld-
kamp worked at GE
Healthcare for nine
years in different IT
leadership positions.
Ninedorf joined
First Business in 2011
as an intern after graduating from
Oregon Community
Bank & Trust Hires New
OREGON—Oregon Community
Bank & Trust recently welcomed Ger-
ald Canon as its vice
president of mortgage
lending. With over
28 years experience
in a variety of finan-
cial areas, Canon will
focus on assisting cus-
tomers with construction loans, refi-
nancing, and home purchase needs.
Anthony Preman
Terry Doyle
Michele Young
Tami Loy
Caitlin Ninedorf
Gerald Canon
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