Congratulations to Richard (Dick) Hensley, who retired from National Exchange Bank & Trust on October 5. Glenn Stadler has joined the commercial lending leadership team to take on the oversight of the bank’s southeast Wisconsin market.
Dick Hensley enjoyed a long and successful career in commercial banking, of which 14 years were spent as the president of the southeast Wisconsin market out of the Waukesha office of National Exchange Bank & Trust. Hensley has been active in the Milwaukee area banking market since 1983, bringing a passion and strong commitment to closely-held and family-owned small businesses.
Originally from Indiana, Hensley attended Indiana University and is a 1976 graduate of the Kelley School of Business with a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting. Today, Hensley and his wife, Judi, reside in New Berlin. Hensley has been an active member of the business community through service on the board for EconomicsWisconsin and as a member of the Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE) for the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC). Hensley also serves as Council President for his church.
Glenn Stadler joins National Exchange Bank & Trust’s Waukesha office as senior vice president – commercial lending and market lead. Stadler brings with him more than 20 years of experience in leading commercial lending teams and has been serving the needs of businesses in southeast Wisconsin since 1987.
Stadler is from Wisconsin and grew up in Menomonee Falls. He graduated from Sussex/Hamilton School District and went on to UW–Whitewater to earn his bachelor’s degree in finance. Stadler and his wife, Priya, are residents of Richfield.