Community State Bank (CSB) is pleased to announce that Tyson Fettes has joined the CSB Banking Team as Market President for the Burlington area.
“As a community bank, it’s extremely important to have leaders who truly know and understand the communities that we serve,” said CSB President and CEO Scott Huedepohl. “Tyson is great at building relationships. He’s innovative, engaging and has the ability to bring diverse groups together to work towards a common goal. That’s really the number one priority of Community State Bank, to build meaningful, long-lasting relationships in the communities we serve, and Tyson is going to be great at doing just that.”
As Market President, Fettes' main focus will be working with Burlington businesses, non-profits, and municipalities to help promote community growth and meet their unique business needs. He’ll also focus on strengthening community partnerships, in addition to highlighting the advantages of working with a community bank.
“I’ve had the pleasure of serving Racine County for many years and now I have the opportunity to focus on my hometown and a community that’s so important to me and my family,” said Fettes. “As a lifelong member of this community, I want to see Burlington succeed and I’m eager to start working with local leaders and business owners whom I’ve called friends for many years.”
In addition to serving as the Racine County Registrar of Deeds for the past 8 years, Fettes also continues to provide time and resources to his community by serving as a Board Member for the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce, Town of Burlington (12 years), and Burlington Baseball 2000. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus - Burlington.
Fettes officially transitioned into his new role at Community State Bank on Monday, April 29 and joins six other community bankers at the Burlington location: Rachael Crane (Burlington Retail Manager & Ag Lender), Becky McClelland (Business Banker), Michael Fohey (VP | Mortgage Lending Manager), Barb Blazina (Universal Banker), Mandy Sekey (Universal Banker), and Miranda Swirth (Universal Banker).
“Our Burlington banking team is strong,” said Huedepohl. “They’re extremely passionate about serving their community... that’s the type of bank that we are. We genuinely care about the community and want to continue to make it a great place to live, work and do business for many years to come.”