Lorissa Klema has been promoted to branch manager at The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) Menominee Office location. Diane St. Martin has transferred from the SNBT Menominee Office to the SNBT Oconto Office, as the new branch manager.
Klema, who has been with SNBT since 2013 and has seven years of banking experience, has held other positions such as customer service representative, CSR supervisor, universal banker, and vault and line coordinator, all at the Marinette location. She has received her Wisconsin Bankers Association Certificate and American Bankers Association Personal Banker Certificates. Klema is now responsible for overseeing operations of the SNBT Menominee location.
“Lorissa has been a great asset to the Marinette office with several years of experience in customer service and serving as a supervisor in the past,” said Elisa Rollo, SNBT senior vice president, chief retail officer. “This promotion is well-deserved for Lorissa and we are excited to be able to continue to grow with such a valuable team member.”
Klema currently resides in Marinette with her husband Cody and their child.
St. Martin, who previously managed the Menominee location, is transferring to the SNBT Oconto location as branch manager. St. Martin has been with SNBT since 2002 and has 23 years of banking experience. She has previously held positions such as teller, personal banker, and assistant office manager. St. Martin is a Certified IRA Services Professional and the Financial Literacy Coordinator for SNBT. She is a previous recipient of the SNBT Shining Star award, which she received in recognition of her excellence in customer service and the welcoming atmosphere she provides for employees and customers.
“Diane is a devoted and passionate employee, which makes her a significant asset to not only SNBT, but to all of our customers as well,” stated Rollo. “The Oconto market will be in very good hands with Diane,” she concluded.
St. Martin, who currently resides in Menominee, is also devoted to her community. She serves as a current member of the Menominee Kiwanis Club, and she previously served as president. She has two children.