Wolf River Community Bank has hired Jeff Myster as Vice President of Retail Banking and Miranda Schultz as Chief Financial Officer.
“I’m thrilled to be part of an organization that truly believes in building relationships with their customers,” says Myster. “It’s our job to provide them with sound advice that will allow them to meet and exceed their financial goals.”
Myster brings extensive experience to Wolf River Community Bank with 40 years in the financial industry, most recently as Senior Vice President of Retail Banking at Stephenson National Bank & Trust in Marinette. Jeff will be stationed out of Wolf River’s Hortonville location and will oversee branch retail operations where he’ll work to create efficiencies and focus on enhancing the overall customer experience. Myster holds a BS in Business Management with a Minor in Marketing from Southwest University.
“I’m excited to bring my experiences to a strong organization that truly cares about the communities it serves,” says Schultz.
Schultz joins Wolf River Community Bank with 13 years of experience in the financial industry, most recently as the Controller of Choice Bank in Oshkosh. In her new role, Miranda will be responsible for the overall financial functions of Wolf River Community Bank. She holds a BA in Mathematics from Ripon College, a BA in Accounting from Lakeland College and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Schultz enjoys volunteering regularly at the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry.