Horicon Bank recently promoted four employees within its organization.
Sue Garman was promoted to senior vice president. From the West Bend area, Garman joined Horicon Bank in 2014 with more than 40 years of banking experience. Her experience spans a wide range of banking roles including front line, staff development, deposit operations, and serving as Horicon Bank’s Bank Secrecy Act Officer.
“Sue has been instrumental in improving applications at the bank,” said Fred F. Schwertfeger, president of Horicon Bank.
John Zanghi was also promoted to senior vice president. Zanghi is a leading agricultural and business lender in Dodge and surrounding counties. As an active citizen in the Beaver Dam community, Zanghi serves as part of the executive committee and treasurer at the Beaver Dam Chamber of Commerce. He is the president of the Pregnancy Support Center of Dodge County and a youth group leader at Edgewood Community Church in Waupun.
Neal Solanki was promoted to assistant vice president for his role implementing, training, and supporting the bank’s Treasury Management services for business customers.
“As our world continually moves more and more into the virtual space, we are grateful for Neal’s ability to deliver a wide variety of mobile banking services to our business customers,” said Schwertfeger.
Tony Kneepkens was promoted to business loan officer. Beginning his career in 2013 in Oshkosh as a teller, Kneepkens has been as a credit analyst in 2016. He took a lead role in helping to organize and implement the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program at Horicon Bank during the COVID-19 crisis.
In announcing these promotions, Schwertfeger expressed his compliments about his staff, “We are pleased to promote Sue, John, Neal, and Tony, who all exhibit Horicon Bank’s mission to be caring bankers who value our communities, customers and associates.”