Community State Bank (CSB), a local lending and banking partner, is pleased to announce the addition of Brian Lois as Agricultural Relationship Coordinator.
Lois is a fifth generation farmer of Lois Family Farm and is a Business Graduate of Iowa State University with an emphasis on Agriculture. Prior to joining Community State Bank, he worked in a marketing role and agricultural equipment sales at two leading ag corporations in Iowa and Wisconsin.
In his new role at Community State Bank, Lois will work closely with Ag Manager and Market President, David Moyer by assisting with ag renewal processes, as well as developing existing and establishing new banking relationships in Southeast Wisconsin.
“I’ve always enjoyed helping people reach their goals and I know Community State Bank focuses on doing the same,” explained Lois. “My new position will allow me to utilize the knowledge I’ve gained over the years from working on a dairy, grain, and cattle operation. I’m excited to work with local farmers and assist them with their financial needs.”
In addition to Lois’ work experience, he also has a passion for his community by serving in leadership roles for 4-H (Wheatland Willing Workers), assisting with the auctions at the Racine County Fair and Kenosha County Fair, as well as participating as a member of the National Corn Growers Association and Wisconsin Corn Growers Association.
“Brian understands the amount of work it takes to run a strong farming operation from a personal and business perspective,” said Moyer. “In the short amount of time that we’ve had Brian on our team, he’s already made a remarkable impact. I am confident he’ll be a great addition to our team.”
Lois will be located primarily at Community State Bank’s Union Grove location; however his role will have a tri-county focus in Walworth, Kenosha, and Racine counties. Community State Bank is a local agricultural lending cooperative that provides competitive rates, flexible terms, and personal service to farmers in Southeast Wisconsin. Not only does Community State Bank finance a wide range of farming operations, it also offers business, personal and mortgage services to the communities of Southeast Wisconsin.