Business Brief

Sunday, May 6, 2018

David Woodcock, President/CEO, announced one retirement and two elections to the Farmers Trust & Savings Bank Board of Directors.

Bruce Lamport retired from the Farmers Trust & Savings Bank Board of Directors in March after 35 years of dedicated service. Bruce is a former partner of Stubís Ranch Kitchen, commission chair of the Spencer Historic Preservation Commission and joined the board in 1983.

Kenneth Easter and Michael Bryan were elected to the Board on April 20, 2018. Ken Easter lives in Des Moines and joins his father, Paul Easter, on the board as a third generation owner through Easterís, Inc. The Easter family has owned Farmers Trust & Savings Bank since 1966. Ken Easter is a University of Iowa graduate and is involved with supervising the family hardware store business. Mike Bryan has been with Farmers Bank for almost 24 years. He is currently the executive vice president/senior lender. Bryan manages the lending portfolio and staff. He is also involved

with the day to day management of the bank. He earned degrees from Iowa State University and the Graduate School of Banking, Colorado. He grew up on a farm near Dickens, has lived in Spencer since 1994 and is active with his church, Clay County Fair as a board member and grandstand guest services superintendent, and Spencer Community Schools activities. The two new board members join Martha Easter‐Wells, Paul Easter, Chris Bjornstad, Paul Sieh, John Jensen, Doug Hart, Dave Woodcock and Steve Drucker on the Farmers Trust & Savings Bank Board of Directors.

CEDAR RAPIDS Ė The Iowa Mortgage Association announced several mortgage professionals from Northwest Bank were accepted into the IMAís 2017 Presidentís Club and Winnerís Circle During the recognition program, the club recognizes mortgage originators who meet an outstanding level of loan volume. Jason Warren, from Spencerís branch, was among those earning recognition.

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