Meet Our Team

When you choose to bank at SNBT today, you can be certain that we will be here for you tomorrow too!

Listen as the influential bankers, who helped shape The Stephenson National Bank & Trust, discuss the legacy of the bank and how it has been carried into the future. Learn how SNBT has always been on the cutting edge of banking trends as they relate to community needs, and how we continue that progressive practice today.




Meet Our Senior Management Team
Senior Management picture without Jerry for after retirement

Back Row Left to Right: Jeff Myster , Dave Meyer, Randy McCauley,
Charlie Cappaert , Greg Salmen , Jeff Wilinski

SNBT is locally owned and managed by people who are involved in our community. Rest assured, we do not make decisions based on policies put in place by executives living halfway across the country who are unfamiliar with our community, we know our customers and make decisions based on your specific situation utilizing our proven, successful standards. We live, work, and play alongside of you, so we truly do understand local needs and opportunities.

Meet Our SNBT Board of Directors
John Reinke SNBT Chairman of the Board of Directors
John became Chairman in 2013 after working at SNBT since 1974, and was president from 2000. He is a graduate of UW-Marinette and Graduate School of Banking. His service includes: Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago; St. Vincent DePaul; Wisconsin Bankers Association; Bay Area Medical Center; UW-Marinette Foundation; Menominee Chamber; M&M Area Community Foundation; M&M Great Lakes Sport Fishermen; and M&M YMCA.

John K. Reinke


Daniel J. Peterson SNBT President & CEO
Dan became a Director in 2013 and is SNBT President & CEO, joining the bank in 1988. He holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from St. Norbert College. His service includes: Marinette County Industrial Development Corporation; M&M Great Lakes Sport Fisherman; Lake Michigan Fisheries; St. Thomas Aquinas Academy; Goodwill Industries; St. Mary Board of Education; and Marinette Catholic Central Foundation.

Daniel J. Peterson


William Higley SNBT Board of Directors
Bill became a Director in 1990 and is President of W.H. Higley Consulting. Previously, he was National Manager for Airgas and President & CEO of Interstate Welding Sales Corp. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Education from Western Michigan University. His service includes: National Welding Supply Association; Western Michigan University Alumni Association; Goodwill Industries; and Menominee Chamber of Commerce.

William H. Higley


Keith Killen SNBT Board of Directors
Keith became a Director in 1996 and is President & Owner of M&M Plaza Enterprises Shopping Center, Ace Hardware, and Mighty Pet. His service includes: Menominee Downtown Business Association; City of Marinette Plan Commission; City of Marinette Historic Preservation Commission; M&M Chamber of Commerce; Goodwill Industries; Twin Counties Free Clinic; and First United Methodist Church.

Keith F. Killen


Sue Polito SNBT Board of Directors
Sue became a Director in 2001 and is President of Stang Sales & Service. She holds a Business Administration Degree in Accounting from Alma College and Master’s in Finance from Walsh College. Her service includes: Bay Area Medical Center; Church Governing Board; Riverside Country Club; Menominee Chamber of Commerce; Bay Area Medical Center Foundation; and Riverside Charity Golf Classic Fundraiser.

Susan J. Polito


Michele Biehl SNBT Board of Directors
Michele has been a Director since 2008 and is President of Biehl Construction. She has been involved in the family business, Biehl Construction and Biehl Excavating since 1979. Her past and present community service includes: Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce board; Holy Family Parish member, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy board of trustees, Marinette Chamber of Commerce board.

Michele L. Biehl


Michael Staudenmaier SNBT Board of Directors
Michael has been a Director since 2010 and is a Certified Public Accountant. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from Carleton College, and subsequently obtained his license as a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Illinois. He also holds a PhD in History from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. He currently serves as Senior Lecturer in History at Aurora University.

Michael J. Staudenmaier


Laurie Stupak SNBT Board of Directors
Laurie became a Director in 2013 and is former Mayor of the City of Menominee, MI. Previously served as finance director and campaign manager for Stupak for Congress. Her service includes: Menominee City Council; U.P. Children’s Coalition; U.P. Task Force on Rural Healthcare; Menominee County Social Services; Bay Area Medical Center Foundation; M&M Community Foundation; and Marquette Diocese Legacy of Faith.

Laurie A. Stupak


Jerry Schmidt SNBT Board of Directors
Jerry became a Director in 2014 when Bank North merged with SNBT, he was the Bank North president from 2006. He holds Associate’s in Financial Institution Management from NWTC, completed Graduate School of Banking, and other top Banking Schools. His service includes: Wausaukee Economic Development Committee; Village of Wausaukee; Wausaukee Lions Club; Wild River Ducks Unlimited; and NWTC Instructor.

Jerry A. Schmidt


Jeffery Townsend SNBT Board of Directors
Jeff became a Director in 2016 and is President & Owner of his family’s business Decor Products since 2001, which ships globally in the automotive, appliance, utility, medical, and electronic industries. His service includes: 25-year veteran of Wausaukee Fire Department, ten years as fire chief; Wausaukee Area Watch Group; Sons of the American Legion; Village of Wausaukee; and Bank North director.

Jeffrey Townsend


Brian Caley SNBT Board of Directors
Brian became a Director in 2016 and is President & Owner of his family’s insurance business, Twin City Service Agency since 1993. He is a graduate of University of Denver. His service includes: numerous insurance advisory boards in the last 32 years; John Henes Park Board; Menominee Harbor Commission; M&M Chamber Golf Outing Committee; Menominee Rotary Club; M&M Chamber of Commerce; and M&M Community Foundation.

Brian Caley