Falcon Nationwide Financial institution expands SBA Lending Division

a group of people posing for the camera: William Johnson, Briana Torborg, Chase Larson

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William Johnson, Briana Torborg, Chase Larson

Falcon Countrywide Lender has expanded its SBA lending division, incorporating new leadership, a lending officer and a focused portfolio supervisor.

William Johnson has been appointed SVP, SBA Division manager.  He has about 30 several years in banking and has held management positions with many local community, nationwide and regional banking institutions.

Chase Larson was promoted to  vice president of SBA lending. Larson has been with Falcon Countrywide Bank for two years and served as a company banker. 

a man wearing a suit and tie: Franco Cusipag

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Franco Cusipag

Bri Torborg, SBA servicing supervisor, has now founded her function helping virtually 500 customers by way of the SBA PPP bank loan application, funding and forgiveness procedure. She previously worked with the St. Cloud Small Business Progress Company as a expert.

Falcon National Lender rated in the leading 10 SBA loan companies in 2019 and was recognized in 2020 for its work in the latest SBA PPP federal disaster aid cash program.

Falcon Nationwide Lender has also hired Franco Cusipag to fill the controller place for its rising finance crew.

With above 15 several years of expertise in finance and accounting, he will oversee the bank’s finance, accounting, and regulatory reporting functions, Cusipag will uphold and put into practice very best-follow monetary procedures for Falcon National Lender.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Christopher Lehman

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Christopher Lehman

Lehman, Larson join Stearns Record Museum Board

Christopher Lehman and Derek Larson have joined the Board of Administrators at the Stearns Record Museum.


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Lehman, an ethnic scientific tests professor and chair at St. Cloud State University, joined the Board in August. He has penned various publications and has been a contributor to group discussions for various years.

He acquired the 2020 Minnesota Guide Award for Minnesota Nonfiction for his literary operate, “Slavery’s Achieve: Southern Slaveholders in the North Star Point out.”

Larson is a history and environmental study professor at the College or university of St. Benedict and St. John’s College. He will be on a analysis sabbatical as a result of August, checking out the impacts of the 1918 influenza pandemic on Stearns County.

Larson will work with a workforce of learners to establish a collection of electronic maps that illustrate the pandemic’s impression at the township stage, incorporating both narrative factors from oral histories and data from general public wellbeing information and cemetery surveys. He joined the Museum’s Board in November.

a man smiling for the camera: Derek Larson

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Derek Larson

Schlenner Wenner & Co. announces promotions

Schlenner Wenner & Co. has announced that 16 workforce lately acquired the adhering to promotions:

Samantha Kohout, Brian Schellinger and Val Giefer-Fossa have been promoted to senior supervisor.

Jacob Wickman has been promoted to manager.

Morgan Kern and Jacilyn Nemec ended up promoted to senior accountant.

James Fischer, Tony Goelz, Riann Harpster, Nicole Quade, Matthew Rathlisberger, Stephanie Schroden-Kieffer, Grant Stangl and Sydney Wittnebel have all been promoted to in-cost accountant.

Ryan Preusser and Julie Veillette have been promoted to personnel accountant II.

On top of that, Preusser a short while ago completed all elements of the CPA exam and will be doing work with the for-income audit crew in the St. Cloud office environment. 

Anna Haecherl is the content material coach for the St. Cloud Instances. Achieve her at 320-259-3662 or ahaecherl@stcloudtimes.com. Observe her on Twitter @AnnaHaecherl.

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