Luxemburg, Wis. (June 28, 2012) – Bank of Luxemburg, an independent community bank in Northeast Wisconsin, announces the retirements of Thomas J. Rueckl and Donald Pritzl as members of the Board of Directors of Bank of Luxemburg. Rueckl was a member of the Board of Directors for the Bank since 1985 and previously held the position as Chairman of the Board. Pritzl was a member of the Board of Directors since 1992 and recently held the position of Vice Chairman of the Board. During the terms both served as directors, the Bank expanded into new markets and remained a strong financial institution serving the shareholders of the Bank.
Raymond Balza was appointed Chairman of the Board for Bank of Luxemburg on June 12, 2012. Balza, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, has been a director at the Bank since 2003 and is currently the Assistant Controller for America’s Service Line, LLC in Green Bay, WI. Balza brings years of experience to the board with a strong background in accounting and financial reporting. He is a devoted supporter of the local community and has been involved with the growth and prosperity of the Bank.
President John Slatky noted, “The Bank of Luxemburg continues to grow and prosper because of the knowledge and dedication of our Board of Directors. Mr. Rueckl and Mr. Pritzl will be missed, however, prior to leaving they insured that the Bank had competent individuals, like Mr. Balza, to assume their duties. On behalf of the shareholders, employees and community we would like to thank them for their commitment and congratulate Mr. Balza on his election as the new Chairman of the Board of Directors.”
About Bank of Luxemburg:
Started in 1903, Bank of Luxemburg now serves customers at eight Northeast Wisconsin locations. As an independent community bank, Bank of Luxemburg is owned by local stockholders. More information can be found at bankofluxemburg.com.
Luxemburg Bancshares, Inc. and Bank of Luxemburg have banking offices in Luxemburg, Green Bay, Forestville, Dyckesville, Casco and Algoma. The company also operates Raymond James Financial Services, offering financial planning and the sale of alternative investments to its customers in each community. For more information about Luxemburg Bancshares, Inc. contact John Slatky at 1-920-845-2345.