Bank First is pleased to announce a new hire, Amy DeMain, and the promotion of Kris Wychesit.
Amy DeMain joined Bank First as vice president – retail banking. DeMain has over 21 years of retail banking experience, most recently serving as assistant vice president and senior mortgage loan officer for North Shore Bank. In her new role, DeMain will be responsible for the development and growth of the bank’s retail lending portfolio in Door County. DeMain earned her bachelor of arts in psychology and counseling foundations at UW-Stout. Dedicated to her community, DeMain volunteers at events for the Wisconsin Humane Society and serves as treasurer on the Door County Home Builders Association Board of Directors. She is also a member of the Door County Board of Realtors and serves on the advocacy committee which is responsible for community involvement, including the recently constructed storybook trail in Egg Harbor and a second trail coming to Kewaunee. In 2021, DeMain was named the Door County Board of Realtors Affiliate of the Year for her involvement and contributions to the group. DeMain lives in Sturgeon Bay and has two grown children. She enjoys spending time outdoors in the summer, gardening, or just relaxing.
Kris Wychesit has been promoted to retail banking officer. Wychesit joined Bank First in 2010 as teller/customer service representative and quickly advanced to other roles within the bank including teller supervisor, personal banker, and most recently retail banker. Wychesit is a valued member of the Bank First team in Sheboygan. She is responsible for assisting current customers with their personal banking needs and providing financial resources to both new and existing customers, including deposit accounts and consumer and retail loans. Wychesit volunteers at Oostburg Christian School and is a member of the Sheboygan Rotary Club. She lives in Oostburg with her husband, Nick, and their three children. Wychesit enjoys camping, spending time with family, watching her kids participate in sports, and attending Wisconsin Badger football and basketball games.