WoodTrust Bank Announces Bridge Street Location and Welcomes New Personnel
June 13, 2017
Joan McCarville, Assistant Vice President
WoodTrust Bank Announces New Wausau Office and Personnel
Wausau, WI: WoodTrust Bank, a leading provider of banking, trust and investment management services in central and northern Wisconsin, is pleased to announce the opening of its seventh full service location. The new branch at 210 E. Bridge Street, on the corner of Bridge Street and Third Street, establishes the company’s second office location in Wausau, WI.
Separately, WoodTrust Bank is also pleased to announce that Marc Kettleson has been promoted to Vice President, Consumer Banking and that Laura Kuhnert has joined the bank’s WoodTrust Asset Management division as Assistant Vice President, Personal Trust.
Mr. Kettleson carries 14 years of business and management experience into his new role, along with prior background from WoodTrust Asset Management’s Investment Committee, where he earned his Accredited Fiduciary Investment Manager (AFIM) designation. Marc will have oversight responsibility for the bank’s consumer banking, deposit services and branch network activities, and he has joined the WoodTrust Bank Management Committee.
Mrs. Kuhnert brings 20 years of financial services experience to WoodTrust Asset Management’s Personal Trust Services team, where she will work primarily in a customer facing role, serving individual, family and not-for-profit clients. Laura has attained her Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation and holds her FINRA Series 7, 63 and 66 securities licenses.
About WoodTrust Bank
WoodTrust Bank is a family owned and operated $375 million bank with seven branches in Wisconsin and one location in Arizona. In addition to traditional banking services, the company is also a relationship-based trust company and investment management firm, managing over $1.7 billion in assets for customers in 35 states through its WoodTrust Asset Management division. WoodTrust has been independently owned and operated since 1891.