First National Bank: FNB Fox Valley hires branch manager

Contact: Lauren Moran
Marketing Administrator
P: 920-729-6911
F: 920-886-2566

Neenah, Wis. (March 5, 2014) – First National Bank – Fox Valley (FNB Fox Valley) welcomes new employee, Holly Muggenthaler as a branch manager.

Muggenthaler will be responsible for overseeing retail staff and daily retail operations as well as working closely with customers with any of their banking needs.

Holly joins FNB with over 35 years of banking experience, most recently as Branch Manager of BMO Harris Bank. When asked what field she’s specialized in the most throughout her years in the financial industry, Holly replied, “You name it; from my first job in Information Filing at Appleton State Bank, to Tellering, Personal Banking, Marketing, Training, Managing, etc. I’ve done it all!” This level of experience and expertise is something FNB Fox Valley strives for and truly values in their staff. “I’ve known Holly for several years through a community non-profit board we both serve on,” says Kathy Blumriech, Senior VP of Retail Banking. “Holly is an experienced professional and we are delighted to have her join the FNB Fox Valley team.”

Muggenthaler was born and raised in the Fox Valley, and currently resides in Neenah. She serves on the board of YouthGo, a Menasha based non-profit organization geared toward area youth and young adults, and she also volunteers in the Intensive Care Unit at Theda Clark Medical Center.

About FNB Fox Valley:
Established in 1887, FNB Fox Valley is one of the oldest banks in the Fox Cities. The privately held community bank offers a full array of retail, mortgage and commercial services and products. FNB Fox Valley offers full service banking to businesses and residents throughout the Fox Valley, including: advanced online banking options, customized lending to meet the client’s unique needs as well as treasury and cash management services. With approximately $360 million in assets, FNB Fox Valley has 78 employees and operates in Neenah, Menasha, Oshkosh and Appleton. For more information, visit: