The Board of Directors of Horicon Bank recently promoted three key employees. Denise Loosley was promoted to vice president; Phil Schneider to assistant vice president, and Ashley Balistreri to assistant vice president.
Denise Loosley was promoted to vice president. Loosley started her career at Horicon Bank 23 years ago as an Assistant Credit Analyst in the Loan department and then transferred to the Finance department. She has had an integral role in management’s decision-making process given her in-depth knowledge of Horicon Bank’s core operating system. “It’s hard to believe I’ve been here 23 years already; it goes so fast when you love what you do and the people you work with,” said Loosley.
Phil Schneider was promoted to assistant vice president. Originally from the Beaver Dam area, Schneider began his career at Horicon Bank in 2000 as a secondary market underwriter and was promoted to a Mortgage Loan Officer (MLO) in 2016. He started lending in the bank’s Horicon location and assisted in Iron Ridge and Neosho. Schneider recently transferred to Horicon Bank’s Waupun location as the primary mortgage lender.
Ashley Balistreri was promoted to assistant vice president. Balistreri started her career at Horicon Bank in 2010 as a student teller. In 2016, she was promoted to Junior Credit Analyst and in 2018 promoted to a Mortgage Loan Originator for the bank’s Iron Ridge and Neosho locations.
“We are happy to promote these talented employees,” said Horicon Bank President, Fred F. Schwertfeger. “Our vision at Horicon Bank is to be bankers who care about our communities, our associates and our relationships. Denise, Phil, and Ashley do just that in our Horicon, Waupun, Iron Ridge and Neosho communities.”