JOHNSON CREEK -- Badger Bank announced this week the promotion of Mitch Weyer to vice president, and Candy Allard to assistant vice president and human resource specialist.

Weyer joined the bank in January of 2008 and has played many vital roles at the Johnson Creek Badger Bank branch while working his way up to vice president.

"Mitch will continue our initiatives for overall bank growth," Steve Dehnert, president and CEO of Badger Bank, said. "He will continue to man our Johnson Creek bank while participating in several management functions."

Weyer began at Badger Bank as a teller and has been the assistant vice president and loan officer for several years. He is a recent graduate from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He lives in Lake Mills and is extremely active in the Johnson Creek community. He has served the chamber of commerce as past president and board member, as well as sitting on the board of the Johnson Creek Lions Club.

Since joining the bank in June of 2018, Allard has taken on more responsibilities with the bank as a whole.

"Candy has demonstrated her ability to organize and improve the important human resources duties here at Badger Bank," Dehnert said. "Candy will continue to serve on various committees and as administrative assistant."

Allard began at Badger Bank as an administrative assistant with an emphasis on human resources. A resident of Fort Atkinson, she has several years of management and human resources experience.

Badger Bank, locally owned and operated for more than 130 years, continues as one of south central Wisconsin's community banks offering a full plate of personal, small business and commercial banking solutions with industry-leading mobile, online and in-branch products and services.

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