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Bank of the Valley welcomes new loan officer

November 24, 2018

Bank of the Valley is proud to announce and welcome Todd DeWispelare as the Bank’s newest Loan Officer.

Todd is a native of Butler County, and grew up on a farm near Octavia, growing corn and soybeans. He is a graduate of David City Aquinas High School, and received his degree in Ag Business and Agricultural Economics from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln.

DeWispelare previously worked for First National Bank of Omaha for 12 years as Lead Lender in David City. He currently sits on the Butler County Chamber Board of Directors and belongs to Marietta Presentation Catholic Church.

Todd and his wife Kandi have 3 children: Camden (8), Kollyns (3), and Kenzie (3 months). They reside on an acreage just East of Rising City.

DeWispelare joined the Bank of the Valley team on November 5th, and is based in the David City Branch location.

Bank of the Valley is a Community Bank that offers a full range of personal, agricultural, and business banking services. As a community bank, we have a personal interest in the people and communities in which we live and work. Since opening our doors in 1983, we have grown from one location to five, with branches in Bellwood, David City, Platte Center, Columbus and Humphrey.

We believe in relationships because knowing our customers helps our experienced team deliver the best solutions. We believe in making decisions right here where their impact will be felt. We believe needs and goals change, and so must our services and solutions – sometimes on the spot. Together we go further. It’s how we approach each day and each customer. It’s how we continue to better serve our customers and our community.

Bank of the Valley is a Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender

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