Waukesha State Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Matt Fischer to bank manager of its Sussex office and Tracy Moehle to bank manager of its Mukwonago office.
In their new positions, Fischer and Moehle will be responsible for all aspects of daily operations — including business development, personnel management, customer service, lending, relationship management, and community involvement at their respective offices.
“We applaud Matt and Tracy’s commitment and enthusiasm for taking on leadership roles in key markets we serve,” stated Devon Arnold, Waukesha State Bank senior vice president – retail banking manager. “These promotions are well deserved and reflective of the commitment they both make to their respective customers.”
Fischer started his career with Waukesha State Bank in 2016 as a teller at the Oconomowoc office. In May of 2018, his exceptional customer service and teamwork earned him promotions to customer service representative and assistant team supervisor. Later that same year, he transferred to the bank’s Prairie Trust division as a trust associate, supporting Prairie’s personal trust administrators. In May of 2020, Fischer returned to the retail side of the bank, and in 2021 he was promoted to personal banker of the E. Main Street office in Waukesha.
Fischer earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is active in the community serving as board chair for Waukesha State Bank’s internal volunteer group, Helping Hearts. Through the group, he organizes various volunteer projects and community service opportunities throughout the year. Fischer currently resides in Oconomowoc.
Moehle joined Waukesha State Bank in September of 2021 as a personal banker at the Downtown Waukesha office. She brought with her over 12 years of banking experience, including a year of Waukesha State Bank personal banking and loan servicing experience from 2018. She and her family currently reside in Greendale.