Local Business Briefs — May 2, 2017

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Yoga class moves to church

SHERIDAN — Due to construction at the Sheridan Senior Center, the gentle yoga and meditation class led by Cindy Baker has been moved to the First United Methodist Church for May and June.

Classes will take place May 3, May 17, June 7 and June 21 at 10:30 a.m.

Contact Jane Perkins at the Sheridan Senior Center for additional information, 672-2240.

First United Methodist Church is located at 215 W. Works St.

Neeriemer graduates from Bank Technology Management School

SHERIDAN — Dave Ferries, president and CEO of First Federal Bank & Trust, recently announced that Tyler E. Neeriemer, vice president and technology manager, graduated from the Bank Technology Management School offered by the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

“The effort Tyler put into his completion of the challenging curriculum and his high ranking in the graduating class while continuing his outstanding performance as one of our team leaders, is to be commended. We’re all very proud of Tyler’s accomplishment,” Ferries said.

For more than 72 years, the Graduate School of Banking has partnered with the University of Wisconsin to teach the business of banking to more than 20,000 graduates. The Bank Technology Management School has been offered since 2010.

Legerski appointed to advisory council

SHERIDAN — Chandra Legerski, senior vice president of First Federal Bank & Trust, has been appointed to the Mortgage Partnership Finance Advisory Council of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago.

The MPF Advisory Council advises the mortgage banking operations of the Chicago bank that provides secondary home loan market services to nine Federal Home Loan Banks nationwide. The MPF Program was created 20 years ago to serve community lenders providing additional secondary market options.

“This national appointment is recognition of Chandra’s experience and knowledge in the mortgage industry.

The Federal Home Loan Bank only seeks advisory council members who intimately discern the entire secondary mortgage market process,” said Dave Ferries, CEO. “We congratulate her on this important appointment for the mortgage industry.”

Legerski manages the mortgage banking operations of First Federal and is located at the Sheridan Home Loan Center at 1043 Coffeen Ave.

By |May 2nd, 2017|

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