Julie Beyer has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Risk Management Officer at The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT). She is currently responsible for performing loan reviews to ensure proper credit information, documentation, and compliance to bank lending policy and government regulations, assisting with impaired loan analysis and reporting, and preparing government required bank reports.

“Julie is a devoted and passionate employee, which makes her a significant asset to not only the Risk Management Department, but to SNBT as a whole,” stated Brooke Frehse, SNBT Vice President and Risk Management Officer. “This promotion is well-deserved for Julie and we are excited to be able to continue to grow with such a valuable team member,” she concluded. 

Beyer joined SNBT in 1976 and has previously held a variety of positions including Bookkeeper, Customer Support, Retail and Commercial Loan Processor, Loan Operations Specialist, and Loan Administrator. She has over 43 years of experience in the financial services industry. Throughout the years, she has made it a point to deepen her banking knowledge and understanding. She has participated in multiple programs including NWTC Principals of Banking, numerous Wisconsin Bankers Association and Community Bankers of Wisconsin seminars and workshops, plus she has received certificates from both the American Institute of Banking and American Bankers Association. She is a previous recipient of the 1997 Distinguished Service Award, the 2001 SNBT WINGS (Worthy Individual Noted for Generous Service) Award, and the 2013 SNBT Essential Piece Award.

Beyer has been actively involved in her community, currently serving as the Treasurer for M&M Youth Soccer Association and as a member and volunteer for Tri-County Dog Training Academy. She has previously served for several years as a treasurer and board member on the Marinette County Historical Society Board. Beyer currently resides in the Town of Peshtigo with her husband and has three grown children.

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