John Ueltschy now a commercial banker at Northwest Bank

Northwest Bank in Fort Dodge has announced that John Ueltschy, of Fort Dodge, is part of its team as a commercial banker. His responsibilities include developing and servicing commercial businesses to help meet their banking needs while supporting their business growth and development goals.

Ueltschy started his career in banking in 2005 and joined the Northwest Bank team in 2009 as a mortgage banker. Since that time he has grown his career at Northwest Bank in areas of commercial analyst to commercial banker.

Ueltschy graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in finance. He is active in the Fort Dodge community. Ueltschy is currently treasurer of Fort Dodge Noon Sertoma and was previously president and chairman of the organization. He also serves as an advisory board member for Iowa Central Community College’s associate of professional studies degree in business. Ueltschy has also been involved with the Twin Rivers Habitat for Humanity.

Northwest Bank is a $1.4 billion community bank that offers a full line of business, agricultural, mortgage, consumer deposit and lending services as well as wealth management services. Northwest Bank has offices located in Algona, Arnolds Park, Ankeny, Estherville, Fort Dodge, Humboldt, Le Mars, Milford, Sioux Center, Sioux City, Spencer, Spirit Lake, West Des Moines, and Omaha and La Vista, Nebraska.