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SHERIDAN — A Sheridan banker has announced he will retire this month after dedicating a 28-year career to financial services.
Wells Fargo Business Banking Manager and Market President Anthony Spiegelberg’s official retirement date is May 1, though his time in the office has already been significantly cut back.
Spiegelberg moved to Sheridan in 1998 after working for Key Bank of Wyoming and Jackson State Bank. Here, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer and Director for Sheridan State Bank. When Wells Fargo acquired SSB, Spiegelberg was promoted to bank president and later, to his present role.
Spiegelberg’s community involvement includes service on the board of trustees for the Sheridan College Foundation and Forward Sheridan. In the past, he has also served as a board member for Sheridan Memorial Hospital and president for Forward Sheridan.
“We live in a great community and state, and I look forward to continuing my participation in numerous local organizations,” Spiegelberg said in a parting letter to his clients, indicating he has continued interest in advancing causes in Sheridan.
“Wyoming has benefited tremendously from Anthony’s management approach and best practices,” Business Banking Manger for Wyoming John Hostetter said in a press release. “He is immersed and recognized in a large number of community and leadership roles and has given us effective outreach and an enhanced reputation.”
Spiegelberg’s retirement plans are to stay in Sheridan and enjoy time with his family, take advantage of outdoor recreation opportunities and continue his work within the community.
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