FNB Fox Valley Celebrates Emily Karl’s Anniversary and New Position

Emily Karl

Neenah, Wis. (April 30, 2014) – FNB Fox Valley is celebrating Emily Karl’s 5 year anniversary and upcoming transition into a new position.

 

Emily, a Personal Banker at FNB Fox Valley’s Neenah location, has spent her 5 years at the bank working closely with customers on their retail banking needs.  “Emily is a great asset to the FNB team and really excels at building and maintaining lasting relationships with her customers,” says Mel Watzlawick, VP of Retail Banking.  “She always has their best interests in mind, and truly wants to find the best banking solutions tailored to their individual needs.”

 

Karl began her 15 years in the financial industry as a teller at Community First Credit Union, and has since gained a very thorough knowledge of banking products and services, allowing her to provide the highest level of customer service.  This experience has landed Emily a position in FNB Fox Valley’s new Customer Care Center.  She will be an integral part in the launch of this new intiative.

 

“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress, but working hard for something we love is called passion,” says Emily.  “Working for a community bank that inspires its employees and cares about their community is an honor.”

 

Emily is also involved with Junior Achievement, a youth focused financial literacy program offered by local elementary, middle and high schools.  She enoys spending time outside the bank with family and friends.

 

FNB Fox Valley truly values Emily and would like to thank and congratulate her on her years of service to the bank and her community.  Here’s looking forward to many more successful and prosperous years as part of the FNB Fox Valley family!

 

About FNB Fox Valley:

Established in 1887, FNB Fox Valley is one of the oldest banks in the Fox Cities. The privately held community bank offers a full array of retail, mortgage and commercial services and products. FNB Fox Valley offers full service banking to businesses and residents throughout the Fox Valley, including: advanced online banking options, customized lending to meet the client’s unique needs as well as treasury and cash management services. With approximately $360 million in assets, FNB Fox Valley has 77 employees and operates in Neenah, Menasha, Oshkosh and Appleton. For more information, visit: https://www.fnbfoxvalley.com.

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