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August 26, 2012
Times-Republican

Pinnacle announces staff changes

David Burrell, President and CEO of Pinnacle Bank, is pleased to announce recent staffing changes at the bank.

Laura Farrington has been promoted to senior vice president/commercial loan officer of Pinnacle Bank. In her new position, Farrington will manage all aspects of the loan department, as well as assist with day-to-day operations of the bank. With 15 years of lending experience, she will also continue in her role of commercial lender. Farrington resides in rural Marshalltown with her husband Bill and their two children.

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Stacie Schaper joined the staff of Pinnacle Bank as vice president/loan officer. With 16 years of banking experience in mainly consumer and mortgage lending, Schaper will be working primarily with mortgage loans. However, she will be available to assist customers with all their loan needs. Schaper resides in the State Center area with her husband Ted and their four children.

Danielle Gudith joined the staff of Pinnacle Bank as personal banker/consumer loan officer. With 12 years of banking experience, she has worked in many areas including customer service, new accounts, and consumer loan originations. Danielle will be working with consumer loans, as well as new accounts. Gudith resides in Marshalltown with her husband Lee and their two children.

Jacey Lehman joined the staff of Pinnacle Bank as assistant vice president/marketing and loan administration. She will be leading the bank's marketing efforts, as well as working with operational functions within the loan department. Lehman has been in banking for 10 years and worked in the marketing field for several years prior to that. She resides in Conrad with her husband Pat and their son.

Pinnacle Bank has been serving its customers since 1927, with locations in Marshalltown and Toledo.

Hall of Fame welcome Breniman

Jodi Breniman was inducted into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame Sunday at the Iowa State Fair. Breniman has been a longtime volunteer in the Marshall County 4-H program as a Youth Development Committee member, the beef superintendent and club leader. She has volunteered many hours preparing youth and their beef animals for fair, as well as setting up weigh-ins and buildings at fair time. Breniman is also a member of the Central Iowa Fairboard. 4-H has been a long standing part of the Breniman family's life.

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