Pella Chronicle

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October 19, 2012

Wisse named market president for U.S. Bank in Pella

Pella — U.S. Bank has named Jamie Wisse market president in Pella, Iowa. Wisse works at the U.S. Bank branch located at 801 Broadway St. in downtown Pella. She also leads the U.S. Bank team in New Sharon.

“Jamie is a highly regarded experienced senior banker with close ties to the Pella and New Sharon communities,” said Bob Culbert, commercial team leader for U.S. Bank in Central Iowa. “Our customers and banking teams will benefit from her 14 years in commercial and retail banking. Jamie and her family are long time dedicated members of the Pella community. We look forward to her leadership in the Pella and New Sharon communities.”

Wisse formerly held key positions with a local Pella community bank and a national banking organization.

“I am excited to join and lead the U.S. Bank team in Pella and New Sharon,” said Wisse. “U.S. Bank is known for being a strong and safe bank, and for being a committed community partner. I look forward to continuing to build on the bank’s strong customer and community relationships.”

Wisse graduated from Montezuma High School and Central College in Pella. Wisse has been actively involved in various community civic, educational and youth activity organizations for many years. She resides in Pella with her husband, Pat, and their two children.

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