Two promoted at Stockman Bank

2014-06-01T00:00:00Z Two promoted at Stockman Bank The Billings Gazette
June 01, 2014 12:00 am

Two staff members were promoted to the position of commercial lender at Stockman Bank branches.

Skye Olsen, who is at the branch at 2700 King Ave. W., will develop financing packages to fit the needs of each business client and service new and existing commercial loan relationships, as well as construction loans. Olsen, who has been with Stockman Bank for two years, was previously a credit analyst/loan assistant for the Heights Branch. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in accountancy from the University of North Dakota. Olsen may be reached at 655-3916.

Noah Tibesar, who is at the branch at 800 Main St., will administer installment loans, lines of credit and home equity loan portfolios and assist clients with their financial needs. Tibesar brings over two years of banking experience to the position, which includes consumer loan processing and customer relations. He graduated from Montana State University Billings with a degree in business administration with an option in management. Tibesar may be reached at 896-4826.

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