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Johnson elected chair-elect of MN Bankers Association


Fri, Jul 2nd, 2010
Posted in Business Announcements

EDEN PRAIRIE, June 30, 2010 - The Minnesota Bankers Association (MBA) recently elected Charles M. Johnson, president of Root River State Bank (Chatfield) and The First State Bank of Fountain, as the 2010-11 MBA chair-elect.

Johnson is a member of the Chatfield Commercial Club, Chatfield Lions Club, Chosen Valley Community Foundation Treasurer, and a board member of the Honors Choirs of Southeast Minnesota. He has also served as treasurer of the Chatfield Rotary Club. His past MBA involvement includes Board Treasurer, Group Insurance Committee Chair, District 1 Board representative, ISI and EBT Board member, and chair of the Annual Meeting Planning/Bank Management Task Force.

Other MBA officers include: MBA Chair, Stephen Moore, senior vice president of U.S. Bank in St. Paul; MBA Vice Chair/Treasurer, Bryan Bruns, president of Annandale State Bank; Immediate Past Chair, Tom Welle, president/chairman of the board of First National Bank in Bemidji; and MBA President/CEO Joe Witt. Elected officers serve as members of the MBA board of directors, which is the policy-making and governing body for the MBA.

"We are extremely pleased to have chosen Chuck as our chair-elect for the coming year," said Joe Witt, President/CEO of the Minnesota Bankers Association. "We know he will do great work as a member of our board and look forward to his leadership in the future."

The Minnesota Bankers Association is the state's largest trade association devoted exclusively to the representation of commercial banks. The MBA was founded in 1889 and represents 95 percent of Minnesota's chartered banks. The MBA is proud to support our member banks as they work to ensure vital communities throughout the state. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.minnbankers.com.

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