First State Bank Nebraska Names New Loan Officer

By Marie Browning

First State Bank Nebraska is glad to announce the hiring of Jerry Sukup as Commercial Loan Officer. Mr. Sukup has 16 years of experience in the banking and mortgage lending industries in Lincoln and the surrounding areas. He has dealt with agricultural and commercial business ownership and looks forward to serving the community and local businesses.

Prior to joining First State Bank Nebraska, Mr. Sukup served as Vice Jerry-Sukup-First-State-Bank-NebraskaPresident Loan Officer and Branch Manager at First Nebraska Bank. He also held several executive level positions in different financial institutions, including working at Superior Loan Center as President, and Us Bank where he held the position of Lead Manager in Nebraska and Iowa. Mr. Sukup is an expert in commercial lending, branch banking, mortgage lending, and loan origination.

Mr. Sukup obtained his bachelor’s degree in Business/Corporate Communications from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is a native of Creighton, Nebraska and currently resides near Bennet with his wife and three children.

About First State Bank Nebraska
Founded in 1912 and headquartered in Lincoln, First State Bank Nebraska is a full-service community bank in southeast Nebraska. It has over $400 million in assets and operates several branch locations including in Beatrice, Cortland, DeWitt, Firth, Waverly, and Yutan. In addition, it has two loan production offices located in Lincoln and Valley. The bank is proud of the steady growth, increased services to customers and the involvement of employees, officers and directors in civic organizations and community functions. To learn more about First State Bank Nebraska, visit its website at www.1fsb.com.

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