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Sauk Valley Bank Announces Bruce Gingrich, New Market President for Janesville

December 20, 2019

JANESVILLE, WI., Dec. 20, 2019 – Sauk Valley Bank, a leading locally-owned community bank, announces Bruce Gingrich as Market President for Janesville, WI.

Photo of Bruce GingrichBruce joins Sauk Valley Bank with more than 15 years of experience in the industry. His expertise includes all aspects of commercial banking, agribusiness and business development. In his role, Bruce will be responsible for developing, advancing and expanding our Janesville market through building new and existing customer relationships, aided by the ability to bring Sauk Valley Bank resources to the Janesville market.

“Bruce is an excellent addition to the Sauk Valley Bank team as he brings a blend of remarkable expertise and lending solutions that deliver an exceptional customer experience,” said Dirk Meminger, President and CEO. “As we continue to grow, Bruce’s leadership and strong financial background will be key to encouraging and building upon the solid foundation we’ve already developed in our Janesville market.”

Bruce earned a Bachelor’s degree in Ag Science and Economics, as well as a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Illinois.

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 saukvalleybank.com. Sauk Valley Bank, Member FDIC.

For further information: Lili Santillan, lsantillan@saukvalleybank.com (815) 632-4604

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