WaterStone Bank Welcomes New Community Presidents
WaterStone Bank recently named three new Community Presidents at its Brookfield, Germantown, and Oconomowoc branches.
Aimee Good has been hired as community president at WaterStone Bank’s Germantown branch. With 12 years of management experience at Ulta Beauty, Inc., including a role as district leader, Good’s background provides key direction in overseeing customer loyalty initiatives and developing internal talent at WaterStone Bank.
Good looks forward to forming relationships with customers at Germantown. “I want our customers to know that it is my goal to ensure quality customer service and to build lasting relationships,” Good says. “I am excited about being part of a local organization.”
A supporter of the arts and lover of antiques, Good frequently attends art shows and festivals. Born and raised in Milwaukee, which she calls “the best big, little city,” Good lives on the South side, and is excited to explore her new workplace: “I am looking forward to giving back to the community.”
Heather E. Fletcher takes the role of community president at Oconomowoc. Fletcher comes to WaterStone Bank after 11 years in management at Walgreens, where she served as a project lead for hiring, recruiting candidates, and facilitating the hiring process.
Fletcher, who holds a degree in business management, is pleased with the switch to banking. “I’m enjoying the pace of the day-to-day interactions,” says Fletcher, who appreciates being on a first-name basis with her customers.
Fletcher enjoys traveling, and has visited 29 states in the U.S. She has a goal of reaching all 50 and keeps her passport ready for travel abroad. Fletcher lives in Franklin, which gives her access to Brewers games, Summerfest, and her favorite spot, Seven Bridges Trail in Grant Park.
Caleb Quakkelaar has been promoted to community president at WaterStone Bank in Brookfield. Following graduation from Marquette University, Quakkelaar served in the U.S. Army Reserves from 2013–16. His career with WaterStone Bank began in 2021, when he was hired as a universal banker at the Waukesha branch. The promotion is Quakkelaar’s second in his time with WaterStone Bank.
Quakkelaar’s first goal as the new lead in Brookfield is becoming involved with volunteering and community events in the area. In particular, he says, he wants to focus on “developing a network of contacts to partner with [to] expand WaterStone Bank’s involvement with the people, businesses, and nonprofits in the area.”
Quakkelaar lives in Waukesha. In his free time, he enjoys camping, hiking, and an annual trip to Colorado for hunting elk and black bear.