Mesura Retires From Waukesha State Bank
Waukesha State Bank is proud to announce the retirement of Irma Mesura after 46 years with the bank.
“Irma’s loyalty and commitment to Waukesha State Bank, our ideals and every customer she came into contact with is immeasurable. We owe her a huge debt of gratitude,” said Devon Arnold, Waukesha State Bank senior vice president and retail banking manager. “On behalf of the entire bank, I want to thank Irma for her years of service and the positive impact she has had on so many customers and co-workers. She consistently shared a unique level of genuine friendliness and took a sincere interest in everyone she touched. It is no surprise that Irma has a loyal following of customers, friends, and a work family that will miss her greatly. We wish her the very best as she enjoys a well-deserved retirement.”
Mesura joined Waukesha State Bank in 1976 as a part-time teller at the downtown Waukesha office and enjoyed many years working the front line to help customers with their day-to-day financial transactions. For the past 15 years, Mesura has served as the downtown Waukesha receptionist, acting as the friendly face every customer sees when they walk in the doors. Her bilingual ability has been an asset over the years, building business for the bank and fostering long-standing relationships with customers.
To celebrate Mesura’s career, Waukesha State Bank will be hosting a retirement open house event on Friday, March 24, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., at their downtown Waukesha location, 151 E. St. Paul Avenue.