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Tell us about your background. Where you grew up, where you went to school, industry experience, your family, and volunteer work. I grew up on a farm in northwest Iowa near the Okoboji Lakes area.
From individuals to families to business owners, we’ve been the banking partner for Sioux Falls for 135 years. Part of serving our customers is the buildings we’re located in.
By: Seth Peterson, Internal Audit Manager May is International Internal Audit Awareness Month. As I noted in last year’s blog, most people probably don’t realize there is a month to celebrate the internal audit profession.
When leaders at The First National Bank in Sioux Falls saw these numbers, “we couldn’t have been happier,” senior vice president and business banking manager Jeremy Keckler said. Thirteen loans totaling more than $2.
It’s tempting to think that funding is the most important part of starting a new business.
“It’s been worth it every day. I want the ability to make my way and write my own story and leave my own legacy; farming was a way I could see writing my own story.
At age 65, Jon’s father was ready to retire. But, with a full-scale farming operation under his care, he had to make sure his son was willing to take over. Jon remembers it well.
It’s been more than a century since Maria Montessori developed her unique approach to education.
Learning to manage money early on is one of the smartest things a parent can teach their child. Children as young as 3 years old are able to understand the basics behind saving and spending, according to Forbes.
You’re the housekeeper and chauffeur, their confidant and teacher, the “mean mom” and the “cool mom”… most days all before noon.
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