Archive for News Items – Page 6

Dick Plummer Named New CFO

Dick Plummer Head Shot November 2015 (2)
Lake Elmo Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Dick Plummer as Chief Financial Officer effective February 1, 2016, upon the retirement of Tom Pearson.

Dick spent 29 years as the CFO at Voyager Bank.  With a B.A. in accounting from Luther College, Dick worked in public accounting prior to joining the banking industry.  Dick and his wife have two grown sons and live in Savage.

Please join us in welcoming Dick.

Santa Plans Visits to LEB

Santa will make his annual stop at our Lake Elmo Office on Friday, December 4 | 3:00 – 5:00pm.  Grab your kids, your camera and come see Santa!

Can’t make it Friday afternoon?  Santa will be having breakfast at our Stillwater Office on Saturday, December 5 | 10:00 – 11:30am.  Stop in for a donut hole, juice and a visit with Santa.

Barney Patterson Celebrates 20 Years

Congratulations Barney Patterson on your 20th LEB service anniversary. Barney works in our IT Department. Congrats Barney.

Barney Patterson Celebrates 20 Years

Stop by the Oakdale Business Showcase

Come see Little Elmo and friends at the Oakdale Business Showcase – at the Prom Center 10-3. Trick-or-treating for the kids!

Lake Elmo Bank's photo.

Patty Swanson Celebrates 15 Years with LEB

Congratulations to Patty Swanson who is celebrating her 15-year anniversary with LEB. Patty is a Residential Real Estate Loan Officer who works out of our Stillwater location. Congrats.

Lake Elmo Bank's photo.

Little Elmo Opens Pumpkin Patch

Little Elmo was busy giving pumpkins out to Little Elmo Savers Club members this morning.

Lake Elmo Bank's photo.
Lake Elmo Bank's photo.

LEB Plays Bag Toss for United Way

Can this place be any more fun? Our employees play Bag Toss at our Lake Elmo Office as part of their FUNdraising for our United Way employee campaign.

Lake Elmo Bank's photo.

Thanks for Visiting … LEB Community Day

Thanks to everyone who stopped at our 19th annual Community Day event Friday night.

'LEB employees grilled over 1,000 hot dogs.'