Maggie Groteluschen


Fiduciary Services Manager

Hometown: Sioux Falls, SD
Education: University of Nebraska–Lincoln; Creighton University

As a fifth-generation Baker, I grew up wanting to work for the family business someday.

I have early memories of learning to ride my bike in the FNB parking garage, and watching my dad, Bill, have a joyful and fulfilling career made me also want to work in financial services; I even practiced by being the banker whenever my family played Monopoly!

I earned my bachelor’s in economics from UNL and my MBA and law degrees at Creighton before joining the Bank in 2012, which is also the year I married my husband, Kyle.

Together, Kyle and I have three human babies — Garrett, Charlie, and Evelyn — and one fur baby — Murphy.

I love to volunteer at my kids’ school, St. Mary’s, and also enjoy serving meals at The Banquet. When I’m not volunteering my free time, I enjoy running, reading, traveling, and knitting.

A few fun facts about me: I find it so rewarding to watch my teammates at the Bank develop and grow in their roles; I’ve visited more than 10 different countries; and I love s’mores, but only with marshmallows that are burnt to a crisp (the more char, the better!).

Lessons in family business learned from Spiderman, growing up with First National Bank

Much has been written about family businesses in America. They produce the majority of the U.S. GDP, employ more than half of U.S.