Merrill joins Stockman Bank as marketing officer

2014-07-20T00:00:00Z Merrill joins Stockman Bank as marketing officer The Billings Gazette
July 20, 2014 12:00 am

Janine Merrill has joined Stockman Bank as a marketing officer for the north-central-area offices. Her responsibilities include implementing the advertising, public relations, sponsorships and events for the bank's branches in Great Falls, Helena, Conrad, Cut Bank, Havre, Stanford, Lewistown and Geraldine.

Merrill brings 17 years banking experience to the position, which includes marketing, human resources, accounting and lending. She was previously with Basin State Bank, now Stockman Bank, as the cashier and director of human resources and marketing for the Basin State Bank system. Previous to Basin State Bank, Merrill was a department head at Northern Wyoming Community College District-Gillette Campus in Gillette, Wyo.

Merrill graduated from Eastern Montana College (now Montana State University Billings) with a bachelor's of science degree in education and earned her master’s degree in community service administration from Regis University in Denver.

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