Town Bank Hires Veteran Banker Kent Eliason to Lead Expansion into Menomonee Falls Market

Town Bank Hires Veteran Banker Kent Eliason to Lead Expansion into Menomonee Falls Market

Fri, 20 Jul, 2012 at 10:09
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
July 13, 2012

 

Hartland WI. (June 26, 2012) - Jay Mack, President and CEO of Town Bank, announced today that Kent Eliason has been named Senior Vice President and Menomonee Falls Market Manager.  Eliason has over thirty years of experience in the banking and financial services industries, including senior management positions with M&I Bank and Landmark Credit Union. Eliason has a particularly strong background in commercial lending and community banking.

 

“Kent is a seasoned community banker with strong ties to the Menomonee Falls community,” said Mack.  Kent’s experience and solid background in commercial lending make him a natural fit with the rest of the Town Bank team.  We look forward to his contributions to Town Bank as he helps us to expand our market reach,” Mack further commented.

 

Eliason’s responsibilities will include overall management of the Menomonee Falls office. He will spearhead business development efforts for commercial and private banking in the Menomonee Falls, Germantown and Sussex communities. 

 

“I am excited to be a part of Town Bank. It is a company that understands the importance of meeting and exceeding client’s needs,” Eliason said. I hope to make a positive impact by calling upon my past experiences in commercial lending and community banking, and to bring new opportunities to Town Bank in the Menomonee Falls market.”

 

Town Bank plans on occupying and banking facility in the Woodland Prime retail center located at the northwest corner of West Good Hope Road and Appleton Avenue.  A grand opening is planned for late summer or early fall.

 

“We are excited about the opportunity to bring the Town Bank brand to the Menomonee Falls community and are confident that, under Kent’s leadership, our high touch approach to community banking will be well received by businesses and families in and around the Menomonee Falls area,” Mack further added.

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