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Rockwell Named President of BWD

Bank of Wisconsin Dells announces the promotion of Scott Rockwell as President. Scott joined the bank in 1995 as a Vault Attendant and Customer Service Representative. In 1999, he became a Consumer/Residential Lender, and shortly thereafter was promoted to VP/Commercial Loan Officer. Scott was promoted to Executive Vice President in 2018. He assumes the presidency from Jon Bernander who will continue in his role as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

“Scott has been a loyal employee of the bank since his teenage years, starting in the vault rolling coin,” says CEO, Jon Bernander. “He’s worked his way up through the ranks over the past 24 years. Along with furthering his educational goals of attaining his Bachelor’s and MBA degrees, Scott is a recent alumnus of the University of Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking. The Board of Directors are fully supportive of this transition and are very confident in Scott’s leadership abilities.”

BWD Continues Support for Education Foundation

Pictured: Bank of Wisconsin Dells presents donation to Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation's Board

Bank of Wisconsin Dells demonstrates its continued support for Wisconsin Dells Education Foundation by paying out an additional $5,000 for the Valedictorian's second year of college. Each year, the bank awards the Valedictorian of Wisconsin Dells High School with one $5,000 scholarship. With this donation, the bank has grown its endowment large enough to support the Valedictorian's second year as well. The scholarship will be given out in perpetuity.

Share Your Story

As we celebrate our 110th Anniversary, we'd like to reflect on the past with you. Share your Bank of Wisconsin Dells story to be entered for a chance to win a $110 VISA gift card! Submit your entry HERE.

BWD Announces Promotions

Please join us in congratulating the following employees on their well-deserved promotions!

 

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