Senior Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer
- Currently Jeff is attending the Graduate School of Banking through the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jeff has more than nine years of experience as a lender. He specializes in Commercial Loans such as Real Estate, Equipment, Lines of Credit, and Vehicles. He is also experienced in SBA 504 lending and commercial leasing.
Jeff joined SENB Bank in 2011, using his past business experience to assist both commercial and consumer customers. In addition to his work in the lending area, he has also assisted on residential mortgages.
The most satisfying part of being a lender, for Jeff, is assisting business customers and watching them grow to support jobs that build a better community.
Jeff’s advice for new customers is to “be organized, ask questions, and give yourself time to work through the lending process.”
Outside of Work
Jeff serves on the Board for Visit Beloit and the Stateline Community Foundation Grants Committee. He also currently helps or has helped with the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Club, the Beloit Dirty Dash, the BMHS Mock Interview Program, North East Business Association, Festival on the Rock, the Alliant Energy Community Advisory Committee, and the Stateline Family YMCA Annual Community Campaign. He also enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and lots of baseball.
Jeff is a huge Milwaukee Brewers, Wisconsin Badgers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Green Bay Packers fan!
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