Meet Angie at Midwest Bank. Angie is a Loan Administration Representative at our Norfolk Main Branch. She has been with Midwest Bank for about 3 and a half years. Angie grew up in Columbus, Nebraska, and attended Columbus High School. After high school, she attended Northeast Community College in Norfolk.
In her current role, Angie works behind the scenes as part of the “before, during, and after stages” of loans at the Norfolk branch. She helps support the loan officers and helps clients throughout the loan process. Angie had worked in banking since she was 18 years old, but not every experience has been the same as what she’s found working at Midwest Bank.
She explains, “A bank I was working at was not family/employee friendly. So, I left the banking industry in search of that and worked in education for 12 years before knowing in my heart where I belonged. Timing and fate aligned, and I landed at my home here at Midwest Bank in 2019.” And we’re so very happy Angie found us, her Midwest Bank family.
In her spare time, Angie loves spending time with her family. She’s married to her husband, Steve, and they have three children, plus one grandbaby, Miley who is five months old. Her favorite team to cheer on is the Chicago Cubs, she loves summertime and all activities that come with the sunshine and warm weather. And if she had to pick her favorite place to visit and where she wants to retire, the answer is a resounding, “Florida.” She loves watching Schitt’s Creek, she has two kitties, Boomer and Jinx, and her guilty pleasure is a lime margarita on the rocks.
It takes a certain type of people who chose to work at a community bank. We’re the type of people with strong values, a willingness to do what it takes for our customers and fellow employees. And we’re proud of who we are and where we work.
We asked Angie what the best thing was about working at Midwest. She replied, “Family. We value family and we are a family.” And when we asked what three words sum up Midwest Bank the best. She said, “Culture. Values. Dedication.” And her favorite memories so far include the annual cornhole tournaments, always a fun time.
Finally, we asked Angie what makes a community bank like Midwest Bank so special. She said, “Because it takes a certain type of people who chose to work at a community bank. We’re the type of people with strong values, a willingness to do what it takes for our customers and fellow employees. And we’re proud of who we are and where we work.”
We couldn’t have summed it up better ourselves.