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Horicon Bank Promotes Four Employees

Steve Leaman

The board of directors of Horicon Bank recently promoted four employees. Steve Leaman and David Kruck were promoted to senior vice president; Lisa Zarling and Kerry Murphy were promoted to officers of the Bank.

Steve Leaman started his banking career in 1998 and joined Horicon Bank in 2011. As active member of the Fond du Lac community, Leaman has been recognized for his commitment by being named Volunteer of the Year by Envision Greater Fond du Lac, an honorary Paul Harris Fellow by Fond du Lac Noon Rotary, and the Donald G. Jones Leadership Alumni Award.

David Kruck

“By being active in the community through volunteer work and my professional position, I have grown to care deeply about the success of the Fond du Lac community and its local businesses, and it is an honor to work for an institution that feels the same way,” said Leaman.

David Kruck began his banking career in 2003, and joined Horicon Bank in 2016. Kruck is active in the Wisconsin Bankers Association’s Government Relations Committee. He is considered a SBA lending resource for our business lenders.

Lisa Zarling

Lisa Zarling originally joined Horicon Bank’s deposit operation department in 1998. Zarling moved to a treasury and commercial payment solutions support role and continues to provide excellent support to the Bank’s valued business customers.

Kerry Murphy joined Horicon Bank in 2006 as a barista in the Bank’s coffee house. She later became a teller, universal banker, and eventually universal banker trainer. Murphy has served on the Bank’s acquisitions and merger’s team and continues to develop training for new programs. Murphy also serves as the chair of the Fond du Lac County Money Smart Week Committee.

Kerry Murphy

“We are happy to promote these talented employees,” said Horicon Bank President, Fred F. Schwertfeger. “Our vision at Horicon Bank is to be bankers who care about our communities, our associates, and our relationships. Steve, David, Lisa, and Kerry do just that in our Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, and Horicon communities.”