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February 21, 2021 – WEST DES MOINES, IA – Midwest Heritage, a Hy-Vee Company, recently had Executive Vice President, Chief Retail Officer Tammy Durnan appointed as a member of the State Banking Council, effective Feb. 7, 2022 through April 30, 2025.
The State Banking Council serves the Superintendent of Banking in an advisory capacity concerning all matters pertaining to the conduct of the Division of Banking. As a member of the council, Durnan will advise the Superintendent with respect to the State of Iowa’s economy, condition of financial services, banking policies and procedures, budget and more.
“Tammy brings a broad array of banking experience over her 20-year banking career. She has extensive knowledge of retail banking with expertise in regulation, system processes, and customer service” said Tony Kaska, chairman, CEO and president of Midwest Heritage. “She is highly respected in her field, and will do a fantastic job representing the banking industry.”
Midwest Heritage, a Hy-Vee company, is a full-service banking, insurance and investments center offering a comprehensive array of financial products and services. Midwest Heritage is headquartered in West Des Moines, Iowa. Additional standalone locations include a branch in Chariton, Iowa, and one under construction in Grimes, Iowa. There are also five Hy-Vee store locations in central Iowa and one Hy-Vee store location in Overland Park, Kansas. Midwest Heritage has in excess of $375 million in assets. The organization offers the personal service of a community bank with the convenience of a larger bank and is a five-star rated bank by both Bauer Financial Service and Bankrate.com. FDIC Insured, Equal Housing Lender. Visit us at www.midwestheritage.com.
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