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APRIL 2014

Sterling Bank Adds Experienced Duo with Local Ties to Luck Location

LUCK, Wis. – Sterling Bank is proud to announce the promotion of Paul Denny to Branch President and the addition of Kelly Hibbs as Vice President, Business Banking at its Luck branch. These new appointments give Sterling Bank two experienced financial services professionals, with long ties to the area, working out of its Polk County location.

Denny, who has 28 years of experience in the banking industry, has been with Sterling Bank since 2010. He and his wife have two children. They have lived in the Luck area for nearly 20 years and are actively involved in a variety of local, civic and charitable organizations. In addition to his new role as President at the Luck location, Denny will continue helping customers with home loans, mortgage refinancing and consumer lending services.

“We are very excited to have someone of Paul’s quality and experience leading our team in Luck,” said Sterling Bank Chief Executive Officer, Richard Boening. “His knowledge of the area, as well as his extensive banking experience, allows us to continue providing customers with the highest caliber service.”

Hibbs, who began her banking career in 1994 after graduating from the University of California – Los Angeles, comes to Sterling Bank with a wealth of experience. She has served in customer service, loan support and personal banking capacities. For the past 14 years she has focused on business banking, working as a Business Banking Team Lead and Vice President at a Polk County-based bank. Hibbs has lived in the Luck area for more than two decades. She and her husband own a farm in the Luck area and have two children.  

“We are extremely happy to have Kelly joining us,”Boening said. “Her experience, professionalism and desire to work in a community banking atmosphere helps ensure we will provide continued, great service to our customers.”

Sterling Bank is a locally owned community bank that has served Northwestern Wisconsin since 1885. It is among the longest tenured banks in western Wisconsin. With branches in Barron, Chetek, Luck and Rice Lake, Sterling Bank consistently supports initiatives that benefit the community and strives to help customers achieve financial success. Member FDIC.   For more information please contact Sterling Bank at (715) 472-4088 or visit www.sterlingbank.ws.

JUNE 2013

Sterling Bank Awards $12,000 in Scholarships to Local Students

Several local students are among a group of recent area high school graduates that have been selected to receive $12,000 in education funding from Sterling Bank. A total of 12 students (three each) from Barron, Chetek, Luck and Rice Lake High Schools were chosen by their school’s faculty or scholarship committee to receive $1,000 each to help them pay for college tuition costs.  

Sterling Bank scholarships are awarded based on an applicant’s demonstration of leadership, good judgment, work ethic and character. Also considered are participation in scholastic and/or athletic endeavors, volunteer activities, pursuit of academic excellence and the desire to serve the community.  

Sterling Bank is a locally owned community bank that has served the communities of Northwestern Wisconsin since 1885. It is the longest tenured bank in Barron County and among the oldest in Wisconsin. With branches in Barron, Chetek, Luck and Rice Lake. Sterling Bank is a full-service financial institution that supports initiatives that benefit the community. Member FDIC.   

 


 

 

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