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Horicon Bank Promotes Four Employees

The Board of Directors of Horicon Bank recently promoted four employees within the organization. Jenny Muche was promoted to Vice President; Tonya Bock, Lynn Larson, and Danielle Schraufnagel were promoted to Officers of the Bank.

Jenny Muche started her career at Horicon Bank in 2012 as the eBanking Officer and became Assistant Vice President of eBanking in November 2015. Muche is responsible for all aspects of the bank’s digital banking and electronic services, including Internet Banking, wire transfers, debit, and credit cards.

“I love the caring culture of Horicon Bank, we truly care about our communities, associates, and customers. It is so rewarding to be part of an organization that gives back in so many ways,” said Muche.

Tonya Bock joined Horicon Bank in 2012 as a Customer Support Representative and was promoted to Customer Support Center Manager in February of 2017. As Customer Support Center Officer, Bock oversees her team and handles incoming calls to help with customer inquiries. She says she appreciates Horicon Bank’s investment in their employees. 

“I enjoy working at Horicon Bank because everyone has the opportunity to grow and succeed within the organization,” said Bock.

Lynn Larson started her career at Horicon Bank in 2012 and joined the Finance department in 2016. As Account Officer, Larson is instrumental in preparing the Bank’s financial statements and regulatory reporting.

Danielle Schraufnagel joined the Bank as a teller in 2013. She later advanced to Instore Branch Manager, Assistant Branch Manager, and Branch Manager in Beaver Dam. As an Officer and Manager, Schraufnagel works directly with customers while managing a team of Horicon Bank associates.

“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. Jenny, Tonya, Lynn and Danielle do just that in our Beaver Dam and Horicon communities.”

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By, Ally Bates