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Anderson Recipient of Lifetime Award
Margaret Marge Anderson, an employee at Bank North-Wausaukee, received a Lifetime Service Award from the Community Bankers of Wisconsin at the trade association's annual meeting in Wisconsin Dells on Sept. 12. She is shown receiving the award from Daryll Lund, president/CEO from Community Bankers of Wisconsin.
This year's award honored a total of 19 individuals who have dedicated over 30, 40 or even 50 years to serving their banks, their customers and their community. Recipients were chosen based on their commitment to the industry and service to their customers and community as well as their positive attitude and personality.
Anderson began her career as a teller with Citizens Bank of Goodman in 1972. During her career at the Goodman bank she served as a teller, loan officer, secretary to the Board of Directors, and vice president and cashier. In 1990, the bank merged with Pembine-Wausaukee Bank, now known as Bank North. Anderson continues to serve customers from the Pembine office.
Marge is a lifelong resident of the area and her family has roots in the Goodman-Armstrong Creek farming community, said Fay Schmidt, bank executive vice president.
Anderson is an active member of the Goodman-Armstrong Creek Alumni Association and has served as its secretary. In addition, she volunteers for the annual Hunter's dinner and the Polish Heritage Days. She's also a regular blood donor having donated almost three gallons.
Bank North has five locations in Amberg, Crivitz, Pembine and Wausaukee.
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