Kim Van Osdol has joined The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) as Vice President & Business Development Officer. In this position, he will assist in establishing long-standing banking relationships across the region.
“Kim is a very well-respected community leader and brings with him a wealth of experience and success in the banking industry,” said Daniel J. Peterson, SNBT president and CEO. “Even though he retired from full-time banking in 2017, his client-focused approach paired with SNBT’s exceptional services is the perfect fit. Adding Kim to the team allows us to provide the ideal combination of community banking and financial expertise.”
Van Osdol, a former bank President and CEO, has over four decades of experience in the financial profession, serving other regional financial institutions.
“Adding Kim’s knowledge and expertise to the SNBT team enhances our strengths and will help us reach our goal of expanding our services to more customers in the surrounding area,” Peterson concluded.
A Dearborn native, Van Osdol holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Northern Michigan University. In addition, he is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University and completed the Northern Michigan University School of Banking certification.
His current community service contributions include serving on the Board of Directors for L.E. Jones Company, Board Member for Dickinson County Healthcare System, Iron Mountain-Kingsford Rotary, and First Baptist Church in Norway, Mich. He earned the distinguished honor of being named Person of the Year by the Marinette/Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce in 2006.
Van Osdol’s past involvement includes: Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce Board Member for 20 years, Bay Area Medical Center Board for 8 years, Fox Valley Chamber of Commerce, Heart of the Valley Chamber Board, Appleton Alliance Church, Northland Lutheran Retirement Community Finance Board Member for 10 years, and Menominee Economic Development Corporation Vice Chair.
He and his wife Lauri live in Norway, Mich. and part time in Appleton, Wis. They have 2 grown children and 7 grandchildren.