The First National Bank of River Falls is proud to announce that Sue Langer has been recognized for 50 years of dedicated service to the institution by the Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA).
Sue Langer has been an integral member of the bank’s team since 1973. She has held numerous positions, from teller to retail and marketing, and now serves as the bank’s tour coordinator. Her versatility and dedication throughout the years have made her an invaluable member of the team .Throughout her tenure, she has demonstrated an exceptional work ethic and commitment to First Nation Bank of River Falls’ customers, often going above and beyond to meet their needs.
“It’s a true honor to acknowledge Sue’s remarkable accomplishment,” stated Daryll Lund, WBA’s executive vice president & chief of staff. “Fifty years of service in the financial sector is already an extraordinary achievement but having it all at the same bank is truly exceptional.”
During a ceremony in honor of Langer, First National Bank of River Falls CEO Jeff Johnson praised her unwavering commitment to the community, and acknowledged how her dedication to the institution and customers is truly inspiring.
Langer was asked about the most startling change that occurred in banking during her tenure. She recounted the difficulty of depositing a check, which often necessitated using a stick to unjam the machine.
First National Bank of River Falls congratulates Sue Langer on this well-deserved recognition and thanks her for her many years of service.