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| 2014 Q2 |

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Amber Luckie

Central National Bank announces Amber Luckie as Commercial Loan Officer.
Luckie, who earned a degree in business at the University of Kansas, has 8 years of experience in banking and finance, most recently as a commercial lender and credit analyst. She lives in Lawrence with her husband, Ryan, and their son, Kian. Luckie is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Lawrence, and serves as a member of various boards and committees in Lawrence.

“We are thrilled to welcome Amber to the Central National Bank team,” said Jay Smith, the Lawrence Market President. “Her experience, commitment to the community, and leadership experience will be a benefit to our organization.”

 

 

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Amy Breithaupt

Breithaupt named Mortgage Loan Officer at Truity Credit Union
Truity Credit Union (formerly KU Credit Union) is pleased to announce that Amy Breithaupt has been promoted to Mortgage Loan Officer. Breithaupt started her career at Truity Credit Union in 2006 as a teller. She was promoted to Member Consultant in 2010. Her duties as Member Consultant included consumer loan origination, which led to a promotion to Loan Administrator in 2013. That position gave her the experience that led to her recent promotion to Mortgage Loan Officer. “Amy’s extensive experience at the credit union makes her extremely valuable to our mortgage department,” said Vice President Ginger Wehner. “Her genuine interest in helping people and her critical thinking skills make her a valuable asset to our Mortgage Department.”

Breithaupt was born and raised in Lawrence and graduated from Lawrence High School in 2007. She earned a bachelor’s degree in General Studies at Fort Hays State University in 2013.

“My past experience at Truity helps me think of ways to make it possible for our members to get a mortgage with us. For example, if a member’s debt to income ratio is too high, I can often help them refinance their auto loan which helps them lower their debt to income ratio and get the home they want,” said Breithaupt.

Sunflower Bank Promotions and Officer Elections
Sunflower Bank’s board of directors has approved the following promotions and officer elections effective immediately.

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Sara Dawson

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Amy Deay

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Glynn Sheridan

 

 

 

  

  
 

  

 

 
 
Sara Dawson, Commercial Relationship Manager – Lawrence
Dawson joined Sunflower Bank in 2012, bringing with her a history of assisting Lawrence-area businesses and individuals meet their financial goals.

Amy Deay, Senior Vice President – Lawrence
Deay recently joined Sunflower Bank as Credit and Underwriting Director. She is responsible for assessing loan quality and the bank’s underwriting standards.

Glynn Sheridan, Senior Vice President – Lawrence
Sheridan, with Sunflower Bank since 2002, is Market President Regional Manager, providing leadership for teams in the Lawrence, Topeka and Leeton, MO markets. Glynn is a well-known, seasoned bank professional in eastern Kansas.

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Alex Goodpaster

 

CornerBank Hires Community Bank President
Alex Goodpaster has been announced as the next community bank president of CornerBank’s Lawrence market. Goodpaster joins CornerBank with more than 10 years of banking experience. He holds his MBA from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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