David Brunsing Joins Midwest Bank, Jason Love Promoted
NORFOLK, NE. - Midwest Bank is pleased to announce that David Brunsing has joined their team as Vice President in their Norfolk location. Brunsing will focus on business development in the Norfolk area as well as assisting in the management of Midwest Bank’s loan portfolio. David comes to Midwest Bank with 11 years of experience in commercial & agricultural lending, creating relationships with producers in our area. “The opportunity to work in Norfolk, the city I’ve called home for so many years, is exciting. I’m looking forward to growing in my career and building relationships with new and existing clients,” said Brunsing.
David is from West Point, NE and is a graduate of West Point Central Catholic. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Agribusiness from Wayne State College. David and his wife, Rose, reside in Norfolk with their 3 children.
Midwest Bank has also announced that Jason Love, who has been with Midwest Bank for 11 years, has been named Senior Vice President. Since joining Midwest Bank in 2006, Jason has gained extensive knowledge in consumer and commercial lending and has played a significant role in their growth and success in Norfolk. “Jason has been a great asset to our location in Norfolk and is very deserving of being recognized for his contribution by this promotion,” stated Pat Hughes, Midwest Bank’s Norfolk Market President.
Jason is a native of Norfolk and a graduate of Norfolk Catholic High School. Recently, Jason graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado, a 25-month banking school which provides management and leadership training for community-banking professionals. Jason and his wife, Stephanie, currently reside in Norfolk with their two children.
Midwest Bank, headquartered in Pierce, Nebraska, has ten bank locations in nine communities across Eastern Nebraska: Pierce, Pilger, Plainview, Creighton, Wisner, Norfolk, York, Deshler and Lincoln. Midwest Bank’s core mission is to build strong relationships with their clients through honesty and flexibility. For more information about Midwest Bank, call (402)371-5200 or visit midwestbank.com.