MBT Bank Hires Hellickson as VP and Loan Officer

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Manufacturers Bank & Trust Company based in Forest City, Iowa recently announced that Roxanne Hellickson has joined the business as Vice President and Senior Residential Loan and Business Development Officer. She will be based in the Bank’s branch office in Rochester, Minnesota. In her new role, Hellickson will manage the branch’s residential lending services, as well as new business development.

The branch opened in 2012 and is located at 2020 Second Street, S.W.

Hellickson joins MBT Bank from Associated Bank in Rochester where she served as an Roxanne Hellickson Manufacturers Bank & Trust CoAssistant Vice President and Senior Loan Officer. Previously, she held senior management roles, including Director of Marketing at F&M Community Bank and Mortgage Administrator for Rochester’s Home Federal Savings Bank.

Hellickson earned her bachelor’s degree from the National School of Banking at Fairfield University. Serving the local community is a big part of her life. She has served on several community boards, including PossAbilities Foundation of Rochester, the Spring Valley Exchange Club, the Rochester Community Housing Partnership and Rochester Area Builders.

About Manufacturers Bank & Trust Company
Founded in 1945 and headquartered in Forest City, Iowa, Manufacturers Bank & Trust Company is a family-owned community bank which prides itself in unsurpassed commitment and reinvestment back into the communities it serve. The company provides all banking, insurance and investment needs of customers in North Central Iowa and Southern Minnesota. Currently, the company operates six branches in two states. Online banking services are available to customers outside of those states. To learn more about the bank, visit its website at www.mbtbank.com.

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