MARINETTE — Recently, Lynn Lowis, Deposit Operations Officer at The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT), graduated from the prestigious Deposit Compliance School.

“This was a unique opportunity for Lynn to learn among her peer bankers on how to more completely meet the changing needs of our customers while delivering higher quality service in our community,” said Dan Peterson, SNBT president and CEO. “Lynn is a major asset to our team and continues to find new ways to improve herself and the bank.”

Sponsored by the Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA), the curriculum of the Deposit Compliance School is designed to provide bankers with a fundamental overview of the various deposit regulations affecting their bank, the current trends in compliance, and the guidelines to use in structuring a basic compliance program. The faculty is comprised of bankers who are considered authorities in their respective fields.

Lowis has been with SNBT for the past 25 years and has previously held a variety of positions including Customer Service Supervisor, Personal Banker, Assistant Bookkeeper Supervisor, and Customer Service Representative.

She has been actively involved in her community, including ringing bells for the Salvation Army and she has also formerly served as a Religious Education teacher as well as participated as a member and treasurer for the Marinette Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. She resides in Porterfield with her husband.