Tricia Rathermel joins AbbyBank's Board of Directors

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AbbyBank is pleased to announce the appointment of Tricia Rathermel to its Board of Directors. With her extensive background in business administration and commitment to fostering economic development, Tricia is set to bring a wealth of knowledge to AbbyBank.
Tricia graduated from Calvin University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration. Since then, she has become a recognized advocate for economic growth in the Greater Oshkosh region. She currently serves as the President and CEO of the Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation (Greater Oshkosh EDC), with a strong focus on both the private and public sectors.
Tricia is a valued member of the board of advisors for the Alta Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at UW Oshkosh. She also serves as a Member of the Board of Advisors for Fox Valley Technical College, emphasizing her commitment to educational excellence.
Beyond her professional accomplishments, Tricia exemplifies the spirit of giving back. She dedicates her time to serve as a campus life mentor for Badgerland Youth for Christ and holds a pivotal role as an at-large member on their Board of Directors, actively nurturing the next generation. Furthermore, Tricia contributes her expertise and passion to the Oshkosh Area United Way as a member of their Board of Directors.
"We are thrilled to welcome Tricia Rathermel to the AbbyBank Board of Directors," said Craig Stuedemann, President, and CEO of AbbyBank. "Her passion for economic development, tireless dedication to the Greater Oshkosh region, and her invaluable community involvement make her an outstanding addition to our team. We look forward to working with Tricia to guide AbbyBank’s growth in the Fox Valley."
Tricia expressed her enthusiasm for joining the board, stating, "I am truly honored to become a part of the AbbyBank Board of Directors. It's an exciting opportunity to contribute to the growth and prosperity of our community."