Iowa-Nebraska State Bank Names Office Manager

By Marie Browning

The Iowa-Nebraska State Bank Board of Directors announced the appointment of Vice President Jeffrey J. Gray as Office Manager for the Bank’s branch sites in Onawa and Hornick, Iowa.

Jeffrey-Gray-Iowa-Nebraska-BankMr. Gray has been serving Iowa-Nebraska State Bank for more than 20
years. He has several years of experience in lending, including agricultural operating, machinery and real estate loans. He also has experience in Farm Service Agency guaranteed loans, Small Business Administration guaranteed loans, and residential real estate and consumer loans.

Mr. Gray is a native of Monona County. He has served in the U.S. Army and Army Reserves as a helicopter pilot after high school. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the Iowa State University – College of Business.

About Iowa-Nebraska State Bank
Established in 1920 and headquartered in South Sioux City, Iowa-Nebraska State Bank is the 54th largest bank in the state of Nebraska. As of March 2014, it has 70 employees and operates nine branch locations including in Wakefield, Wilcox, Onawa, Sioux City, and Hornick. It offers a range of consumer, private and business banking services such as savings, checking, and money services, and a variety of loans including consumer loans, commercial loans, and real estate loans. Aside from the service and technology, providing the best people to assist their customers in their banking needs is the Bank’s priority. The Bank guarantees that their staff at every branch is committed to bringing the banking service their customers deserve. Additional information about Iowa-Nebraska State Bank can be found at its website www.iowa-nebraskastatebank.com.

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