Cornhusker Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of five associates. These recent promotions include Luke Mitchell to Vice President/Mortgage Lending, Nicole Adkins and Amy Wolfskill to Branch Manager II/Officer, Adam Boyle to Information Services Supervisor/Officer, and Nicholas Schaffer to Retail Banking Operations Manager/Officer.
Luke Mitchell has been a valued member of the bank’s mortgage lending team since 2005. Luke provides his customers with considerable mortgage lending expertise in helping them find the most cost effective home financing available, working out of the Cornhusker Bank location at 63rd and Apples Way. He is also very involved in the Lincoln community and is currently serving as Chair of the Young Professionals Group Council.
Nicole Adkins has held several positions around the bank including Teller, Personal Banker, Assistant Branch Manager, and Branch Manager, since obtaining her degree in Business Administration and Management from UNL in 2007. Nicole currently manages multiple branch locations at 63rd and Apples Way and 34th and Old Cheney.
Nick Schaffer is located at the 11th and Cornhusker location. Nick holds a degree in Professional Studies in Business with an emphasis in Marketing from Doane College. Nick began his employment with Cornhusker Bank in 2006 and has served as a Teller, Personal Banker and Branch Manager previously.
Amy Wolfskill serves bank customers from both the 11th and Cornhusker location and the bank’s Bethany branch at 1600 North Cotner. Amy has served in multiple positions with Cornhusker Bank since her hire in 2011, including Assistant Branch Manager and Branch Manager. Ms. Wolfskill recently graduated from Doane College with a degree in Human Relations.
Adam Boyle is a valued member of the Information Technology team and has served as an assistant information specialist and information systems supervisor since his hire in 2010. Adam is based in Cornhusker Bank’ Technology Center. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from York College and has earned a Bank Operations diploma from the American Institute of Banking.
In its 111th year of service to the community, Cornhusker Bank remains the oldest locally owned bank, demonstrating stability and continued commitment to the success of its valued customers and employees. For more information about Cornhusker Bank please visit www.CornhuskerBank.com.