LAKE MILLS — Bank of Lake Mills has announced the promotion of Jennifer Hoppenrath to residential mortgage loan originator.

In her new position, Hoppenrath will serve as a member of the bank’s mortgage and consumer lending team. Her responsibilities include creating and sustaining relationships with customers, and providing mortgage and personal loans. Hoppenrath is based in the bank’s Watertown location, at 400 Bernard St.

Hoppenrath has been with Bank of Lake Mills for 15 years and has held a variety of positions, including customer service representative, personal banker and loan processor.

“Jennifer has a track record of hard work and dedication. Her career path at the bank provides her with a great working knowledge in banking,” Ty Neupert, Bank of Lake Mills president and CEO, said. “On behalf of the bank, I congratulate Jennifer on her advancement and look forward to her continued contributions and growth.”

Hoppenrath lives in Lake Mills with her husband and three children. She enjoys spending time with her family, playing volleyball, snowmobiling and playing piano.  

Bank of Lake Mills is a full-service community bank that was founded in 1893 and is locally owned and operated and has a solid history of financial stability and steady growth. Bank of Lake Mills has two locations, 136 E. Madison St., Lake Mills, and 400 Bernard St., Watertown, and is known as the bank of personal service where decisions are made locally and in a timely manner.

For more information about the bank’s personal or business products and services, call 920-648-8336 or visit www.bankoflakemills.com.

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