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Vol. 14 No. 39

Des Moines, Iowa

January 13,1986

A B A Invites IB A A to Join Committee as

A g T ask Force Seeks U nited Front
S REPORTED in last week’s
issue, A B A President Donald T.
Senterfitt, vice chairman, SunTrust
Banks, Orlando, Fla., appointed
Randall A. Killebrew as chairman o f
a new A B A Presidential Task Force
on Agricultural Credit. Mr. Kille­
brew is vice chairman o f the A B A
Government Relations Council and
president o f First National Bank,
Petersburg, 111. In addition, A B A
President-Elect Mark W . Olson, pre­
sident, Security State Bank, Fergus
Falls, Minn., is an ex-officio mem­
ber.
A unique facet o f the A B A Task
Force is that A B A invited the Inde­
pendent Bankers Association o f
America to name three members to
join the Task Force. A n A B A
spokesman said this was done “ in
the hope o f going before Congress
with a single consensus position on
a gricu ltu ral cred it issues this
spring.” IB A A accepted the invita­
tion and appointed the three mem­
bers listed below.
Mr. Senterfitt now has announced
the names o f the nine A B A bankers
who will gferve on the new Task
Force on Agricultural Credit. They
are:
• Representing the A B A A g Ban­
kers D ivision: Chairman Michael E.
Fitch, vice president, W ell Fargo
Bank, San Francisco, and Executive

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Committee member Paul E. Lindholm, chairman and president, Far­
mers & Merchants State Bank,
Clarksfield, Minn.
• Representing the A B A State
Association Division: Harold A.
Stones, executive vice president,
Kansas Bankers Association; J.
Bruce Meriwether, president, Iowa
Bankers A ssociation and president,
First National Bank, Dubuque, and
Mel Adam s, president, Nebraska
Bankers Association and chairman,
Keith County Bank & Trust Co.,
Ogallala.
• Representing the A B A Econom ­
ic A dvisory Committee: Sung W on
Sohn, chief econom ist, Norwest Cor­
poration, Minneapolis.
• Representing the A B A Govern­
ment Relations Council: Glen E.
Lemon, former council vice chair­
man and CEO, First Bank and Trust
Co., Booker, Tex.; and council mem­
bers Howard L. McMillan, Jr., presi­
dent, D eposit Guaranty Corp., Jackson, M iss., and Alan R. Tubbs, for­
mer chairman o f the A B A A g D ivi­
sion and president, First Central
State Bank, D eW itt, la.
• Representing the IB A A : IB A A
President B.F. “ Chip” Backlund,
president, Bartonville Bank, Peoria,
111.; IB A A Vice President Thomas
H. Olson, president, Lisco State
Bank, Lisco, Nebr., and H.L. “ Bud”

Gerhart, chairman o f the IB A A A griculture/Rural America Committee
and president, First National Bank,
Newman Grove, Nebr.
Mr. Killebrew said the Task
Force’s first meeting is scheduled
for January 15-16 at the Airport
M arriott in Dallas. Its purpose will
be to bring everyone on the com m it­
tee up to the same level o f awareness
on various proposals made already
by different groups and to allow
other suggestions to surface. Mr.
Killebrew said com m ittee members
will have to recognize the political
realities to be faced, including the is­
sue o f how the Gramm-Rudman law
will affect the ag issues.
Mr. Killebrew said the goal for the
Task Force “ is to com e up with
legislation or regulation to help
banks im pacted by the ag crisis and
to deal with that crisis.”
In supporting the Task Force ob­
jectives, Mr. Backlund said, “ A B A
is our natural ally in this farm crisis,
along with the farm groups. A B A is
a great organization and there isn’t
any point in not working with A B A
on issues we can agree on. The in­
terstate banking issue is really the
only one we don ’t agree on, so we
should cooperate. I hope we can
agree on a stance that will help these
ag banks. There’s going to have to
be some sort o f forbearance for those
banks that are carrying the heavy
burden o f ag debt. I ju st hope they

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ten years o f banking experience in
lending, operations, administration
and data processing. M ost recently
he was president and CEO o f MidAmerica Financial Services in Dav­
enport.

don’t put this im portant matter
along with a bunch o f other banking
legislation for that would be a terri­
ble mistake by dragging things out
when this subject needs immediate
attention.” He said IB A A members
are looking forward to working with
fellow bankers to resolve this crisis.

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Iowa News
The Iowa Bankers M ortgage Cor­
poration will present a Residential
Loan Origination Seminar at various locations in February. The
schedule begins at 9:30 a.m. with ad­
journm ent at 3:00 p.m. The fee for
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$5 additional for walk-ins. Dates
and locations are as follows: Feb.
11—Iowa City, The Highlander;
Feb. 12—W averly, The Red Fox
Inn; Feb. 13—Storm Lake, The Siebens Forum, Buena Vista College;
Feb. 19—Harlan, The Library Res­
taurant, 1203 7th St., and Feb. 20—
Des M oines, The Airport Regency
(formerly the Hyatt). To register,
contact Glenda Bagg at IBMC, 508
10th St., Des M oines, Iowa 50308.
* * *
The Iowa Bankers Association
and the American Bankers Association are co-sponsoring the second
annual Bank Com pliance Sym ­
posium. It will be held on February
6 at three locations: the Conference
Center at Des M oines Area Commu­
nity College in Ankeny, Iowa Hall at
Kirkwood Community College in
Cedar Rapids, and Siebens Forum at
Buena Vista College in Storm Lake.
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tional if paid at the door. Register
through the IB A office in Des
M oines.

MOUNT PLEASAN T: Dean Hicks
has been elected president and chief
executive officer o f Henry County
Savings Bank. He succeeds Robert
L. Norris, who held the position for
the past ten years and has retired as
o f Dec. 31, 1985. Mr. Hicks joined
the bank in 1984 and previously
served as executive vice president.
W ATERLOO: Leo P. R ooff has been
prom oted from vice president to
senior vice president o f governm en­
tal relations at the National Bank o f
W aterloo, He joined the bank in
1983 after serving ten years as
mayor o f W aterloo. Jay Hall has
transferred to the bank from M id­
way Bank & Trust, Cedar Falls,
where he was loan officer. He will
serve as operations officer.

Illinois News
CHICAGO: Stephen L. Rulo has
been elected vice president in M ichi­
gan Avenue National Bank’s com ­
mercial loan department. He pre­
viously served as vice president,
commercial lending at Harris Bank
Hinsdale.

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EVANSTON: First Illinois Bank o f
Evanston has prom oted three offi­
cers. Bruce N. D uff has been pro­
m oted to executive vice president
and trust officer, and will head the
financial and trust services division
at all the First Illinois banks.
Howard I. Kain has been advanced
to executive vice president, and is
responsible for adm inistration and
operations. Lorenzo Dawson has
CEDAR RAPID S: Robert J. Lou- been prom oted to senior vice presi­
var has been appointed assistant dent and cashier, and is responsible
vice president in the correspondent for retail banking and bank opera­
bank division at Merchants Na­ tions.

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Som e special can d id ates from
Robert H alfs Banking Division

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Partial list oí available Banking candidates.
AG PRESIDENT: Dedicated ag professional with several years of successful leadership. Experience includes
reorganizing portfolio, bank structure and cleanup operations. Now CEO of a $30m bank with 20 years banking
experience including large bank commercial lending.
DB1200
$50K
CASHIER: Organized individual with much more than traditional operational skills. Over 5 years in $40m + bank handling
cashier’s duties, loan analysis and documentation review. Community active and goal oriented.
DB1201
$28K
TRUST JD: Impressive professional with excellent image and good working knowledge in all areas of trust. Especially
qualified for a position in the new business development area. #2 in a growing department looking for the #1 spot.
DB1202
$50K
AG LENDER: Solid knowledge gained through working with financial statements, analyzing cash flows and ratio’s. Grew
up on farm, degreed and spent the last four years running an ag department for a rural bank. Seeks opportunity
and advancement.
DB1203
$29K
COMMERCIAL VICE PRESIDENT: Senior lender with MBA and 13+ years of commercial lending experience within a
large bank. Exceptionally proficient in new business development. Has been running departments in major metropolitan
areas over the last four years and is looking for a senior position that will lead to the executive level.
DB1204
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LOAN DOCUMENTATION: Credit analysis skills, FmHA experience and a 4 year degree combined with 2 + years loan
review in $20m ag department. Cash flows, statement spreads and collections are all part of daily work.
DB1205
$18K
CEO: Hard-charging leader who has seen all aspects of a $100m + bank over the last 15+ years. As Chief Executive the
last five years the bank has increased efficiency, profit, and loan quality while maintaining a 1 + ROA. Strong image
especially familiar with main street commercial and retail lending.
DB1206
$60K
AG LENDER: Born and raised on a farm with 2 + years ag lending experience and enjoys the challenge of work
out. Hands-on knowledge of loans to corn, wheat, beans, hogs and milo farmers. Currently an ag lender in a $18m
community bank.
DB1207
$22K
CONSUMER LENDER: Solid grasp of leasing and floorplans in a $50m bank. Top-notch documentation skills and 8 +
years of personal lending including SBA loans. Community active, professional and has an eye for detail.
DB1208
$26K

REAL ESTATE LOAN OFFICER: Extensivework in mortgage, real estate andconsumer loans overseeing 15 people
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Desires opportunity to grow and utilize leadership expertise.

DB1209
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DB1210
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COMMERCIAL LENDER: Holding company training in credit analysis and commercial business growth. Currently #3 in
a $100m bank in a college community. Familiar with industrial, mainstreet and SBA loans.
DB1211
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SYSTEMS ANALYST: BS degree. 7 years data processing. Currently working with budget/allocation package in the ag
credit field. IBM and DEC Hardware experience.
DB1212
$35K
STAFF ACCOUNTANT: Recent graduate with 3 years large bank experience responsible for assisting in planning and
budqetinq areas as well as assist in departmental audits in an automated environment.
DB1213
ASKS UPPER TEENS
JUNIOR COMMERCIAL LENDER: Creative lender with 3 years in smaller metro bank putting together consumer and
retail packages. Handled $5m + consumer portfolio and exposed to commercial.
DB1214
$28K
SENIOR TRUST OFFICER: Experience plus! 25 years in $30m + department. Hands-on skills in estates, NBD,
administration and investments. Professional and thorough with an eye for the competitive trust dollar.
DB1215
$33K
CONTROLLER: CPA with 12 years large bank experience seeking new challenge. Presently responsible for managing
all daily accounting functions including preparation of reports for regulatory agencies, and bank management. A
professional with bank acquisition experience.
DB1216
EARNS MID $30’s
SENIOR AG OFFICER: No-nonsense executive with excellent workout skills developed in marketing of a $18m +
portfolio over the past 5 years. PCA/FHA training and background adds to banking knowledge making this individual a
well-rounded professional + + .
DB1217
$28K
TRUST OFFICER/JD: Presently managing all phases of a 80 account department in a $100m + bank. 10+ years of
management experience keeping department profitable and growing. Good educational background, people skills and
overall trust knowledge.
DB1218
$36K
OPERATIONS TRAINEE: Innovative self-starter with 2 years of operations in community bank. Budgeting, cash flow
programs, ag lending and insurance sales. Degreed and familiar with all facets of documentation and teller functions.
DB1219
$16K

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The Nebraska Bankers A ssocia­
tion is sponsoring a Management
Development Conference for bank
supervisors and managers on Feb.
12-13 at the Kearney Ramada Inn.
The schedule on Feb. 12 begins with
registration/continental breakfast
at 8:30 a.m. with noon lunch and ad­
journm ent at 5:30 p.m. On the 13th
the day begins with breakfast at
8:30 and the program adjourns at
noon. A dvanced registration is
$105, with the fee being $125 at the
door, and includes materials, break­
fasts and lunch. To register contact
the N BA office in Lincoln.
* # *

Dr. Leonard Santow, an econom ist
with G riggs and Santow in New
York City, who will speak on the cur­
rent econom ic condition as it affects
interest rates and banking. Contact
the M BA office for more informa­
tion.
M IN NEAPOLIS: Michael A. Sum­
mers is rejoining the staff o f Na­
tional City Bank as vice president
and manager o f Group W —Special
Loans, in the commercial banking
department. He has 13 years o f
banking experience.
SAU K CENTRE: A n agreement has
been signed by First Bank System
with seven employees and three di­
rectors o f First Bank Sauk Centre
for purchase o f the $34 m illion de­
posit bank. Two local persons have
joined the 10 in signing the agree­
ment to purchase, which now awaits
regulatory approved. Dale Emmel,
president o f the bank, started his ca­
reer with the Sauk Centre bank at
age 18 and heads the organizational
group. This is the first announced
sale among the 28 banks and 17
branches that FBS said on August
15 it plans to sell from its total o f 78
banks.

The N BA is sponsoring a Farmers
Home Adm inistration W orkshop to
be held at five locations in February.
The workshop speaker will be Kirk
Jamison, State Director o f the
Fm HA. M orning sessions have reg­
istration at 7:30 a.m. and adjourn at
11:00 a.m.; those held in the after­
noon feature registration at 2:30
p.m. and adjournment at 6:00 p.m.
Registration fee is $25 for the first
registrant and $20 for each addi­
tional. Dates and locations are: Feb.
3, m orning—S cottsblu ff Country
Wisconsin News
Club; Feb. 3, afternoon—N orth
Platte Holiday Inn; Feb. 4, morn­ SH EBO Y G AN : F irst Interstate
ing—Kearney Ramada Inn; Feb. 4, Corporation o f W isconsin has pro­
afternoon—N orfolk Country Inn; m oted four officers. Frederick M.
Feb. 5, m orning—Lincoln Airport Bowes II, Ralph T. Fredrickson and
Ramada Inn. Register by Jan. 27 Thomas N. Schueller have been
through the N BA office in Lincoln. e le c te d r e g io n a l s e n io r v ic e
presidents o f the newly form ed cor­
LINCOLN: The Havelock Bank and
porate central com m ercial credit
City Bank and Trust Company o f
group. Curtis J. Scheel has been
Lincoln have merged retaining the
elected regional assistant vice presi­
Havelock Bank name. The merger
dent o f the credit group.
was approved by the FDIC and the
Nebraska Department o f Finance
and was effective Dec. 31,1985. The
North Dakota News
com bined bank continues to be
owned by Omaha National Bank, M INOT: First American Bank &
Trust has added a new officer and
and has $56 million in assets.
prom oted three. Duane D. Friez has
joined the bank as senior vice
Minnesota News
president—loan administration. He
The M innesota Bankers A ssocia­ has 27 years banking experience
tion is sponsoring an “ Investm ents leading to his service as CEO o f two
and Funds Management Confer­ banks which he chartered. Michael
ence” on Jan. 29 at the Radisson J. Hale was prom oted from vice
M etrodom e in Minneapolis. Several president—controller to senior vice
speakers will be featured, including president—operations/finance. Bill
Correcting regulatory criticism
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K olb was advanced to vice president—human resources. Kim T. A l­
bert was prom oted to vice presi­
dent-m arketing officer.

Colorado News
BOULDER: Richard I. Moreland
has been prom oted to executive vice
president at First National Bank in
Boulder. He joined the bank in 1953
and m ost recently served as senior
vice president.
DENVER: United Banks o f Colo­
rado, Inc. has announced that
Richard A . Kirk was named vice
chairman o f the corporation and the
board o f directors. Charles R. Hazelrigg was named president o f the cor­
poration and elected to the board.
Mr. Kirk will continue his position
as chairman and CEO o f United
Bank o f Denver and Mr. Hazelrigg
will remain president o f the United
Bank o f Denver.
D EN VER: Robert L. K ropf has
been appointed vice president, credit
administration at Central Bancorporation, Inc. He com es to the bank
with more than 25 years o f experi­
ence with Colorado National Bank of
Denver, m ost recently as senior vice
president and director.

B ANKING
TRUST OFFICER HEAD. Manage general trust I
areas, IRA, Keough. Law Degree with minimum one |
year experience. Progressive Midwest community. |
Salary to $30,000.
OPERATIONS OFFICER. Responsible for tellers, 1
computer maintenance, bookkeeping proof, walkup 1
facility, ATM’s for $90mm + mm bank. Excellent op- I
portunity In friendly and aggressive community. Sal- |
ary commensurate with experience.
A.V.P.-COMMERCIAL LOAN OFFICER. $175 + mm I
bank with excellent benefits. Strong loan review |
skills with $500k credit experience. Lovely family 1
oriented community, to $33,000.
LOAN REVIEW OFFICER/CREDIT ANALYST. Bust- I
ness and accounting background or loan review ex- t
perlence for this $150mm bank. Excellent upward
mobility and benefits. Aggressive bank in stable :
community. $25,000.
CHIEF LOAN OFFICER. This #2 position In ag bank |
can lead to Presidency. Bank well capitalized. Excel- !
lent benefit pkg. $35,000 + .
AG LOAN OFFICER. Great promotion possibilities i
with the merging of two rural banks for strong ag
lender with credit experience. To $33,000.
COMMERCIAL DEPT. MANAGER. Large professlonal community needs experienced commercial §
lender. Salary and benefits rewarding for the quail- 1
fled person. Salary in mid $40’s.
VICE PRESIDENT. Move into the CEO position. Prlvately held bank. Strong in operations and lending.
Extremely solid bank. $40,000.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER. $20mm ag bank. Use
your banking expertise and take charge of this prl- ■
vately held institution. $40,000.
VICE PRESIDENT. Commercial background to head fj
the loan department of this ag and oil related bank iin Kansas. Opportunity for #3 spot within relatively |
short period of time. $30,000.

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$55MM Northeast Iowa Bank needs an experienced EX­
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PRESIDENT/CHIEF EXECUTIVE O F FIC ER -lm m edlate
opening for individual to assume Chief Executive Officer
position for MABSCO Agricultural Services, Inc. a wholly
ownsd subsidiary of 12 banking associations, designed to
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and evaluating the activities, programs, products and ser­
vices of MASI to the banking Industry. The successful can­
didate will possess a minimum of five years experience In
an executive management position In banking and/or bank
regulatory environment. Knowledge of banking and/or
agricultural credit and loan administration required. For
confidential consideration, submit resume with salary his­
tory by January 20th to: Human Resources Department,
Iowa Bankers Association, 430 Liberty Building, Des
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FARM LOAN OFFICER—$300M Iowa bank. Must have 1018 years experience In AQ lending. Excellent opportunity.
Send resume and salary requirements to box WEC c/o
Northwestern Banker.
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ASSISTANT DATA PROCESSING MANAGER— U rg e Iowa
financial Institution Is seeking an Individual for the posi­
tion of Assistant Data Processing Manager. Must have
strong DP background with minimum of 10 years experi­
ence, excellent communication and supervisory skills.
Send resume with salary requlrsments to box WED c/o
Northwestern Banker.
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CORRESPONDENT BANK OFFICER for one of Iowa’s 10
largest banks. Must have strong lending background and
operations experience and excellent communication
skills. Send resume with salary requirements to box WEE
c/o Northwestern Banker.
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COMMERCIAL LOAN OFFICER. $600 M Iowa bank has Immsdlate opening for a commercial loan officer with 3-8
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VICE PRESIDENT A AG LOANS, college graduate, quali­
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VICE PRESIDENT A CASHIER, college degree, 12 years ex­
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CONTROLLER, CPA with 12 years bank and financial com­
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operations.
CEO, 20 year banker qualified In all areas of bank manage­
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bank.
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(Unlisted)
(FS)

AG LENDING OFFICER, masters degree, Iowa State Uni­
versity, 4 years experience, cash flow analysis and micro­
computer.
TRUST INVESTMENT OFFICER, college degree and MBA.
12 years experience, good banking background.
VICE PRESIDENT A CASHIER, college degree, 8 years ex­
perience, trained with major midwest holding company.
EVP with strong ag background, graduate of University of
South Dakota with 4 years experience as national bank ex­
aminer.
Please call Malcolm Freeland or Cy Kirk in care of:

BANKING OPPORTUNITIES
PRESIDENT—$25mm N. IA ag bank

$55K.

PRESIDENT—$45mm S. MN ag bank

$55 K.

COMMERCIAL LENDER/SrLO— metro IA

$55K.

Freeland Financial Service
1010 Equitable Bldg. Des Moines, IA 50309
515/282-6462
Employer pays fee.

COMMERCIAL LENDER—strong holding co envir­
onment, $150mm bank
$35 K.
Contact Barbara J. Ritta at
PROFESSIONAL RECRUITERS, INC.
P.O. Box 24227
Omaha, NE 68124
1600-225-2885, In NE (402) 397-2885
Thank you for your patronage.

Estate Appraisals
Purchase of
Collections
Sale of Rare Coins

<zd4o[dsx and c/hiooiats.*.
Bank Consultants
Specializing in Bank Acquisitions
P.O. Box 450

515-232-0814
405 Main Ames, Iowa 50010

D o n a l d E . H o l d e r , Principal

VAULT UNITS
144 28” x 33" x 24” - Most have 3 roll out shelves
42 28” x 24” x 24” - Most have 2 roll out shelves

CREDIT ADMINISTRATION
Consultant available on a temporary or an
Intermediate basis In an on line or
advisory capacity specializing In:
• LOAN WORKOUTS
• LIQUIDATIONS
• DOCUMENTATION
22 years experience In acquisition and liquidation
D.E. CHYMA
2932 7th St., Moline III., 61268
—

All Replies Confidentiel —

REGIONAL SECURITIES
BROKERAGE FIRM
Seeks a bank partner. NASD member; general
securities business for 7 years. (414) 748-7788.

This unit currently plated together as one unit:
1 unit with 56 boxes - 5 % ” x 3” x 24”
Total unit - 45% ” x 221/t ” x 24”
1 unit with 6 boxes - 22% ” x 9 Vi” x 24” and
12 boxes -1 1 ” x 9” x 24”
Total unit - 45Vi” x 56% ” x 24”
1 unit with 10 boxes - 221/ i ” x 9Vi” x 24”
Total unit - 45% ” x 248»/4” x 24”
1 unit with 12 boxes -1 1 ” x 9Vi” x 24”
Total Unit 45% ” x 29% ” x 24”
Most of the above have pull-out units.
1 unit with 12 boxes -1 0 ” x 10” x 20”
Total unit - 61»/«” x 20% ” x 20"
1 unit with 18 boxes - 20% ” x 10” x 20”
Total unit - 61 * /* " x 60% ” x 20”
Nothing inside these units.
10 units of 2 units each - 26” x 43% ” x 18”
Total unit - 53% ” x 43% ” x 18”
2 units of 3 units each - 26” x 43% ” x 18”
Total units - 77 * A " x 43% ” x 18”
These units have shelves.
These units are for sale by "best offer.” For more
information, or to see these vaults, contact Robert
Soldat at 281-5981.

Reliable and respected service
for over 20 years
I 'sed by bankers
throughout the midwest

Ben E . Marlenee
Coins
913 Locust
Des M oines Iowa 50309
515 243-8064

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POSITIONS AVAILABLE
REAL ESTATE LOAN - manage dept, for large suburban
bank. Construction lending experience a must.
$35,000
LOAN REVIEW - assist senior loan review officer of
$200MM bank. Prefer degree.
$24,000
COMMERCIAL LOAN • junior position with $200MM subur­
ban bank. Requires degree and experience with large
credits.
$28,000
AGRI-LENDER • senior position which requires strong
background In financing of cattle operations.
$35,000
TRUST OFFICER - manage small dept, for $40MM subur­
ban bank. Does not require Law Degree.
$24,000
INQUIRIES ARE CONFIDENTIAL
RESUME’ REQUESTED.

TOM HAGAN & ASSOCIATES
2024 Swift - Box 12346
North Kansas City, MO 64116
816/4746874
“ Serving the Banking Industry Since 1970”

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