Iowa State Bank President Tom Larson welcomes Bobby Geesman and Levi Trauger as new agricultural lenders in Algona as the bank expands its lending staff to better serve farm customers.
Geesman hails from Alden, Minnesota, and recently graduated from South Dakota State University. He grew up on the family farm and has worked as a swine technician and farm laborer, along with working as a Biological Science Aid at the USDA North Central Research Lab in Brookings, SD. He holds degrees in Ag Business, Ag and Resource Economics, and Business Economics.
Trauger, a Livermore native, recently graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Finance. He grew up on a family farm and worked as a summer intern at Ag Advisory in Algona. Levi also completed internships at the Boone County FSA office and with the Iowa Soybean Association.
Iowa State Bank is a $275 million community bank with offices in Algona, Corwith, Ruthven and Wesley.