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Richard Huber joins Sauk Valley Bank as Vice President Controller

December 9, 2019

STERLING, Ill., Dec. 9, 2019 – Sauk Valley Bank, a leading locally-owned community bank, announced the appointment of Richard Huber as Vice President Controller, effective immediately. Richard brings more than 30 years of accounting experience with extensive knowledge in financial policies and procedures.

In his role, Richard will serve as Sauk Valley Bank’s principal accounting officer, responsible for leading the organization’s accounting and financial reporting activities.

“Richard’s rich background in financial operations paired with his career experiences in financial management make him an excellent addition to the team.” said Dirk Meminger, President and CEO. “As Sauk Valley Bank continues to further accelerate our goals of providing the best products and services to the communities we serve, the addition of Richard will prove to be essential. Richard will be a key member in driving critical financial process integration as we continue to maximize results for our customers, deliver profitable growth and continue to create value for our shareholders.”

Richard earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Chicago Metropolitan Business College and was most recently the Chairman of the Board of Police Commissioners for the city of McHenry.

About Sauk Valley Bank

Sauk Valley Bank is a locally owned community financial institution that provides the highest quality products and services, by offering solutions that fit various customer financial needs; including personal, commercial, and agricultural. For more information on Sauk Valley Bank, visit Sauk Valley Bank, Member FDIC.

For further information: Lili Santillan, (815) 632-4604

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