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Ireland and Isaacson withdraw from Lincoln Federal

Federal Savings Bank of Lincoln recently announced the retirement of Mike Isaacsonvice president – ​​mortgage loan officer and Sandy Ireland, Vice President – ​​Mortgage Loan Officer. Both plan to retire on Thursday, June 30, 2022.

After 35 years, Mike Isaacson has announced his retirement. Throughout his tenure, Isaacson originated over $1.3 billion in mortgages, helping thousands of clients achieve their goal of homeownership. He notes that he has many repeat customers and recommendations from family members or friends of former customers.

These references were integral to growing his portfolio and it was gratifying to know that he made a lasting impression with his clients. “It has been an honor to work with my clients over the years. I really appreciate their loyalty,” says Isaacson. He is affectionately recognized as a prankster bringing joy and a good laugh to his colleagues. When he retires, he looks forward to spending more time with his 13 grandchildren and to travelling.

Sandy Ireland, after 36 years, has announced his retirement. During her early years with the bank, she was involved in the sale of residential real estate lots from the Edenton and Trendwood developments. She later became a mortgage originator producing over $331 million in mortgages during her tenure.

Ireland has helped thousands of buyers buy their dream home – and more than once! His optimistic and friendly attitude contributed to his great success. Ireland is looking forward to spending more time with family and friends, traveling and taking care of the seemingly endless to-do list in retirement. She will miss her clients, colleagues and the relationships she has built over the years.

The bank wishes Mike Isaacson and Sandy Ireland well in their future endeavors during their well-deserved retirement years.

Lincoln Federal Savings Bank is a depositor-owned financial institution specializing in residential real estate loans, construction loans, home equity products, commercial real estate loans and custodial services. The corporate office is located at 8400 Maddox Dr. (84th & Van Dorn) and can be reached by phone at 402-474-1400. FDIC member. Equal Housing Lender.

Cornhusker Bank promotes Chaffee and Koziol

Cornhusker Bank is pleased to announce the promotions of Allen Chaffee to lead the development of the market and Joan Koziol as a training and development officer.

Barry Lockard, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the bank, said: “These two individuals bring a wealth of talent and expertise in their respective fields and exemplify the values ​​that drive the bank’s operating model.

Allen Chaffee has been with the bank since 2018 and in his new role he will be responsible for business development and lead generation, fostering strategic partnerships, managing banking advisory boards and participating in community events. in Omaha and Lincoln. Chaffee will maintain an office in Omaha and Lincoln. He will work closely with Cornhusker Bank’s Corporate Banking, Mortgage, Custody Services and Wealth Management teams, fostering business ideas and synergies in line with banking strategies. Chaffee will continue the outstanding work he has done leading growth in Omaha across the entire Cornhusker Bank market, leveraging the capabilities of the entire team.

Joan Koziol has worked for Cornhusker Bank since 2014. She is an integral part of the Human Resources/Training & Development division and has had an impact on the division since joining the team. Among other tasks, Koziol will be responsible for analyzing, designing and facilitating training/development programs, working with all departments of the bank to identify their training needs. Koziol maintains an in-depth knowledge of regulatory compliance, systems, processes and procedures used by bank staff to provide them with ongoing support.

Cornhusker Bank remains the region’s oldest locally owned bank, demonstrating Nebraska’s values, stability, strength and commitment to its customers, associates and community. For more information, visit www.CornhuskerBank.com.

Wise joins the Nebraska Community Foundation

lincoln, Nebraska Community Foundation (NCF) welcomes Kacie Wise to its talented team of professionals committed to building stronger communities and a Greater Nebraska. Wise will wear many hats as NCF’s office and donations processing assistant, supporting NCF’s mission through a variety of office and administrative roles. Wise is a Lincoln native and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Doane University in 2016.

“We are thrilled to have Kacie on the team,” said NCF President and CEO Jeff Yost. “His experience and education will help the Nebraska Community Foundation tremendously as we continue our mission to build a resilient, innovative, and welcoming Greater Nebraska.”

Prior to joining NCF, Wise held various positions at Nelnet, followed by nearly six years at Concordia University-Nebraska as Sole Financial Aid Coordinator.

About the Community Foundation of Nebraska

The Nebraska Community Foundation unleashes abundant local assets, inspires charitable giving, and connects ambitious people to build stronger communities and a Greater Nebraska.

Based in Lincoln, the foundation serves communities, donors and organizations by providing financial management, strategic development, education and training to a network of 1,500 statewide volunteers in serving more than 270 communities.

Over the past five years, 45,915 contributions have been made to the NCF and its affiliated funds. Since 1994, NCF has reinvested $423 million in people and places in Nebraska. For more information, visit NebraskaHometown.org.

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