Bank of Luxemburg has announced a new board member and four new relationship bankers.
Lynie Vincent has been added to the Luxemburg Bancshares Inc. board of directors, effective Jan. 23. Vincent is an owner and vice president of sales and marketing at N.E.W. Plastics Corp., co-owner and managing partner at Fulcrum Container Inc., and a co-owner of other varied area businesses.
A graduate of St. Norbert College, Vincent is following in the footsteps of his father, who was previously chairman of Bank of Luxemburg’s board of directors.
“I’m excited to join the Bank of Luxemburg Board, where I’ll have the opportunity to offer my knowledge and expertise to help the bank grow and thrive,” Vincent said. “I’m also looking forward to working with the other board members. They are a fantastic group, and I’m sure I will learn a lot from them.”
Relationship bankers support the bank’s service mission by coordinating a seamless start-to-finish process for individuals and businesses as they open deposit accounts, apply for loans or take advantage of other bank services and offerings.
Bank of Luxemburg’s new relationship banker staff includes:
Tracy Everard – New to Bank of Luxemburg, Everard is based in the Sturgeon Bay branch and can be reached at 920-845-1976.
Rebecca Mineau – Serving the Luxemburg market, Mineau recently joined Bank of Luxemburg and can be contacted at 920-845-1975.
Kala Schmitt – Previously a retail sales representative at the bank, Schmitt will continue to work out of the Kewaunee branch and can be reached at 920-845-1972.
Daymay Puga – Formerly a retail sales representative at the Green Bay location on Bellevue Street, Puga will provide enhanced service to English and Spanish speaking customers and can be contacted at 920-845-1977.
Bank of Luxemburg encourages current customers and the general public to contact one of these banking professionals to learn about the products and services Bank of Luxemburg offers.
For more information, visit www.bankofluxemburg.com.