Hertel promoted to Credit Administration Officer
Farmers Bank and Trust announced that Lyndsae Hertel has been promoted to Credit Administration Officer. Lyndsae will work closely with the credit administration staff to provide support and supervision to the credit administration department in the daily operations of loans.
“Lyndsae has proven to be a valuable asset to our organization. We look forward to the contributions she will make with her added responsibilities,” announced Robert Rugan, Central Kansas Market President.
Lyndsae has been employed in the loan administration division of the bank since she joined the bank in 2010. She has been a valuable addition to the loan department and was promoted to Assistant Supervisor of Credit Administration in February of 2013. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree at Fort Hays State University, majoring in finance with a concentration in banking.
Lyndsae grew up in Ellinwood and enjoys sports, staying active by participating in many different types of activities including a competitive volleyball league. She and her daughter, Josey reside in Ellinwood.
Meyer Joins Farmers Bank and Trust
Gerrie Meyer recently joined Farmers Bank & Trust as the Human Resources Officer. She will be responsible for human resource functions for over 100 employees at eight banking locations in Kansas.
“We are very pleased to have Gerrie join our team. Her skill set in human resources along with her local ties will contribute greatly to our organization,” said Robert Rugan, Central Kansas Market President.
Gerrie graduated from Washburn University in 2005 with a Bachelors degree in Human Services. “I look forward to working with the highly qualified staff and contributing to the family-like culture that Farmers Bank & Trust provides.”
Gerrie is a native of Great Bend, having graduated from Great Bend High School in 2001. She returned to the area with her husband, Kenton, and son, Jordy. Gerrie enjoys spending time with family, and her hobbies include watching the K-State Wildcats and being outdoors.