Security Savings Bank announces advisory board members

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Security Savings Bank advisory board members gathered on Dec. 10 at the Rails Event Center in Eagle Grove for their quarterly meeting: Aaron Parrott, Larry Covey,Tara Behrendsen, Andrew Wagner,Mysty Shaver,Brandon Maier, Deb Prehm, Bob Powers, Dirk Helmick, Deb Vance, and Blake Sadler.

Security Savings Bank recently announced the following new members have been appointed to the advisory board.

They are: Andrew Wagner, of Eagle Pharmacy; Blake Sadler, of Sadler Construction; Tara Behrendsen, of Rotary Senior Living; Mysty Shaver, of Eagle Grove Family Dentistry; and Jeremiah Schlegel, of North Central Iowa Accounting (Fort Dodge).

These individuals will be joining current members: Aaron Parrott, of Eagle Grove Chiropractic; Ethan Bubeck of Lewright Meats; Dirk Helmick, of Eagle Grove Greenhouses; Robert Powers, of Paradigm Benefits (Clarion); and Deb Prehm, of Homeward Inc. (Clarion).

Security Savings Bank would also like to thank the following individuals who have served on the advisory board in recent years: Larry Covey, of Mid Continent Acquisition Company in Fort Dodge; Deb Vance, of Ryerson Auction and Realty and Brandon Maier, of Maier Farm Drainage.

The role of the advisory board is to provide bank management with an outside and objective source of expertise. “Their advice and counseling are helpful in directing us toward marketing and business development opportunities within our market areas,” said Joel Warland, vice president. “While directors share their outlook on business conditions, they also review Security Bank’s duty to meet the credit needs of its markets, review present and future products and services, and ensure that the bank’s policies and practices are competitive and profitable.

The most recent advisory Board meeting took place in December at Rails Event Center in Eagle Grove.

“We always appreciate the advisory board taking time out of their day to truly help make Security Savings Bank the right bank,” Chad Tweeten, vice president, said.