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John Reinke, former President & CEO

Holiday Open House, December 19th

Identity theft, and how to avoid it.

Paul Aftanas, Trust Officer

Lisa Beattie and Rae Kirkish pie President Dan Peterson for the FISH and PIE charitable drawing.

Congressman Mike Gallagher and SNBT President & CEO, Dan Peterson.

A five dollar bill with wings drawn on by chalk.

SNBT scholarship recipients in the Marinette Office.

Angie Uecke, SNBT employee, reads to a preschool class.

staff during eTeller training 3-15-17

Identity theft, and how to avoid it.


The Tri-City Area United Way - Getting Ahead Program coordinators explain the program to CEO and President Dan Peterson.

1.30.18 SNBT Supports the Progression of the Community
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) has a long history of aiding the needs of local non-profits, whether it be providing rent-free office space, teaching financial lessons, volunteering countless hours, or making monetary donations. 

1.22.18 SNBT Promotes Frehse and Rowe
Brooke Frehse and Laura Rowe have recently been promoted to Vice President and Assistant Vice President at The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT).

1.18.18 Reinke Appointed to Vice Chair of the FHLB of Chicago  
John Reinke, Chairman of the Board of Directors for The Stephenson National Bank and Trust (SNBT,) has been appointed to the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) Chicago. 

12.19.17 SNBT Donates Over $180.000 in Community Contributions  
This time of year brings many people together to truly remember the reason for the season: Helping one another. The local community is truly blessed to have a variety of non-profit organizations who strive to help hundreds of area residents.

12.11.17 SNBT Holds Holiday Open House  
‘Tis the season. The Stephenson National  Bank & Trust (SNBT) finds that during the holidays  it is important to show their customers how thankful  it is for their business

11.20.17 Let's Talk About Identity Theft
More than 15.4 million Americans were victims of identity fraud in 2016, according to Javelin Strategy & Research. SNBT understands the need for education on this issue, which is why the bank will host six Let’s Talk About Identity Theft discussions.

11.13.17 Schomer and Orth Receive Bank Awards of Excellence
Kay Schomer and Adam Orth have each received SNBT Award of Excellence. Created in 1988, the award is given to two employees annually. 

10.30.17 Aftanas Earns Bank Award for Notable Service
Paul Aftanas recently received the 2017 Mary L. Staudenmaier WINGS (Worthy Individual Noted for Generous Service) Award. This award was named in honor of SNBT former-chairman and long-time president. The award exemplifies Aftanas’s spirit of public service in the community.

10.23.17 S NBT Employees Transition to Innovative Role
SNBT announced their newest position on their team, the Interactive Service Associate (ISA). The innovative role has been filled by four knowledgeable SNBT employees: Sarah Ewaldt, Sarah Kirby, Mark Adamek and Melissa Wroblewski.

10.18.17 SNBT Employees Donate over $1,700 to Local Non-Profit
SNBT employees take part in varieties of charitable organizations year round. This year has been no different. They stepped up in a big way by donating hundreds of canned goods, and over $1,700 to St. Vincent DePaul.

10.16.17 SNBT Celebrates 143rd Anniversary with Open House
October marks a great milestone for SNBT: its 143rd Anniversary. While much has changed since October of 1874, throughout the years the bank has continued to keep deposits safe, provide customers with innovative products and services, and administer loans to help people purchase homes and grow local businesses.

9.26.17 SNBT Hosts Summit: Examining Our Local Economies
SNBT hosted an Economic Summit event on the morning of Wednesday, September 27 at the UW-Marinette campus theatre. SNBT has invited local leaders to educate them on how they can make an impact on the economic vitality of their communities.

8/29/17 Congressman Mike Gallagher Visits SNBT
Congressman Mike Gallagher visited SNBT Monday afternoon, and discussed a wide variety of topics including bank technology, Tax Reform, and Regulatory Relief. This visit was part of an outreach program that helps lawmakers learn more about the banking industry by visiting a community bank.

8/28/17 Faster Payments Are Coming. Are you Ready?
The payment industry is advancing quickly to meet the needs of consumers. As financial lives move forward rapidly, it is important for people to expect faster payments. SNBT wants to proactively make the public aware of the important changes that will happen in the future.

8/25/17 Re-zoning Permit Sought in Marinette Downtown
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) is working with a local resident to seek approval to re-zone two land parcels on Stephenson Street in Marinette, Wis. The property purchase allows SNBT to expand its footprint to better accommodate customers and its growing employee base.

8/21/17 Jeans for Greens at SNBT
Employees at SNBT are dressing down for a good cause. On the last Friday of every month, SNBT employees are given the option to ‘dress down’ by wearing their favorite blue jeans and making personal donations to support important local organizations.

8/14/17 Ernst and Larson Promoted at SNBT Oconto Office
Beth Larson and Patti Ernst have been promoted at the SNBT Oconto Office location. Larson has been promoted to Banking Office Administrator Manager.  Taking Larson’s place as Banking Office Manager is Ernst.

6/14/17 SNBT Celebrates Area Scholarship Recipients
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) recently awarded scholarships  totaling over $14,000 to local high school, college, and university students. These  scholarships recognize the achievements of outstanding area students.

5/31/17 SNBT Celebrates Oconto Award with Cookout
Since The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) in Oconto opened its doors in 2002, their employees have been heavily involved in the community. Fifteen years later, SNBT was selected for the “Business of the Year” by the Oconto Area Chamber of Commerce in result to their community leadership. 

5/9/17 SNBT President Attends Meeting for Community Bankers
Regulatory challenges, the impact of new technology on business production, and banks’ resiliency to ongoing cyber threats were just some of the topics discussed at a recent national meeting of community bankers.

5/1/17 SNBT Teaches Children the Value of Saving
One of the largest efforts to educate our nation's youth about the importance of good money habits is Teach Children to Save (TCTS) Day, held on April 28.

3/20/17 SNBT Reveals New eTeller
In today’s tech-savvy world, everyday activities are constantly evolving and becoming more efficient for the everyday consumer. No stranger to innovation, The Stephenson National Bank and Trust (SNBT) announced the launch of their new “eTeller”.

2/13/17 7 Tips to Prevent Tax ID Fraud  
As the 2017 tax season gets underway, The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT), is urging all customers to take extra precaution when filing their return to prevent their exposure to tax fraud.

1/30/17 SNBT Supports Health & Education of Community Children
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) has a long history of aiding the  needs of local non-profits, whether it be providing rent-free office space, teaching  financial lessons, volunteering countless hours, or making monetary donations. 

Representatives from local non-profits join together for an evening of goodwill at The Stephenson National Bank & Trust.

12/19/16 SNBT donates over $150,000 in Community Contributions
The local community has a wide variety of non-profit organizations who strive to help hundreds of residents every year. To show its appreciation for this unceasing work, The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) held a Contribution Reception to honor and thank them for their determined volunteer efforts.

12/15/16 SNBT Sponsors the Getting Ahead Program 
The Tri-City Area United Way – Getting Ahead Program of Marinette, Menominee and Oconto County is pleased to announce that The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) has donated $6,000 to fund an additional,  16-week session for their program during the year 2017.

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