PWSB Welcomes Two New Personal Bankers
Port Washington State Bank is pleased to announce the recent addition of two new personal bankers at their Cedarburg and Thiensville offices.
Jennifer Mantooth recently joined Port Washington State Bank as a Personal Banker II at their Cedarburg location. Mantooth comes with over 20 years of banking experience in the community, including a variety of personal and relationship banking and management positions. Above all, Mantooth cherishes developing relationships with her clients, a hallmark of PWSB.
“Jennifer’s vast knowledge and her passion for delivering the best personalized service to her clientele will be a huge asset to our bank,” commented James Schowalter, president and chief operating officer.
Stephen Hallam recently joined Port Washington State Bank as a Personal Banker at their Thiensville location. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee with a double major in business as well as photography. He brings 4 years of personal banking experience as well as 12 years of running his own photography business with his wife.
“Stephen’s small business management and banking experiences position him to provide excellent service for customers’ personal and business banking needs,” explained Schowalter.
Outside of banking, both Mantooth and Hallam give back to our community. Mantooth volunteers at the Cedarburg and Grafton chambers. Meanwhile Hallam is a huge advocate for Hope for the Day, an organization focusing on mental health prevention and awareness.
“We value and encourage our employees to volunteer their time and talents because in doing so we make Ozaukee County an even greater place to live, work, and play,” remarked Schowalter.