Perry Carlson has been promoted to assistant vice president, retail loan officer at The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT). He is currently responsible for developing and nurturing customer relationships, managing consumer loans and mortgages, providing support and motivation to the banking office staff and retail lending staff, ensuring compliance with regulatory agencies and loan policies and procedures, and providing leadership and training to other retail loan officers.
“Perry is an exceptionally committed and enthusiastic employee, which makes him a significant asset to not only the retail lending department, but to SNBT as a whole,” stated Justin Wroblewski, SNBT vice president, business banking officer and retail lending manager. “This promotion is well-deserved for Perry and we are honored to have him as a part of our team,” he concluded.
Carlson joined SNBT in 2004 and has previously served as Menominee office branch manager and loan officer. He has 16 years of experience in the financial services industry. He earned his Associate Degree from UW-Marinette and went on to earn his Bachelor of Arts from UW-Green Bay. Carlson also completed the Graduate of Branch Manager’s School as well as Dale Carnegie’s High Impact Presentations.
He is also a former recipient of the Mary L. Staudenmaier WINGS (Worthy Individual Noted for Generous Service) Award. This award was named in honor of The SNBT’s former-chairman and long-time president and is presented annually to an employee who demonstrates an unparalleled level of community service.
Carlson has continued to show his dedication to the community by performing in multiple service roles including being a member of Wisconsin Banker’s Association Retail Lending Committee, educating children from local schools on Teach Children to Save Day, and volunteering at Holy Family Parish as a Proclaimer and for the Adoration Chapel. He previously served at Abundant Life Homeless Shelter and went to Marinette County Jail to provide financial literacy courses, as well as co-founding and chairing the Healthy Youth Coalition of Marinette and Menominee Counties.
Carlson currently resides in Marinette with his wife, Roxanne, and together they have five children and three grandchildren.