Ixonia Bank announces key employee promotions

By Freeman Staff

Jan. 11, 2019

From left are: back row, Amy Langholff, data analytics and special projects officer; Allison Christenson, payroll and benefits specialist; Nancy Christian, assistant vice president commercial loan specialist; Corina Kasten, vice president customer solutions and information technology; and front, Patrick Lubar, credit analyst; and Mary Kay Pupak, vice president loan operations.
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IXONIA In recognition of outstanding performance, more responsibilities and significant contributions to its success, Ixonia Bank announced employee promotions.

Corina Kasten has been promoted to vice president customer solutions information technology. Kasten provides consumer and business support with a strong focus on electronic banking options and card products. She also delivers internal support to bank employees, and offers information technology audit support and administration.

Mary Kay Pupak has been promoted to vice president loan operations. Pupak has played a large role in revamping and streamlining mortgage procedures.

Nancy Christian has been promoted to assistant vice president commercial loan specialist. She has been at Ixonia Bank for 36 years in different roles and departments, but primarily has assisted in the loan department.

Amy Langholff has been promoted to data analytics and special projects officer. Her experience and skills help the bank manage and interpret data to measure profitability and efficiencies.

Patrick Lubar has been promoted to an officer of Ixonia Bank as one of its credit analysts. With the bank since June 2017, he has worked within the Commercial Loans Department in evaluating, underwriting, monitoring and maintaining the overall credit quality of new and existing loan facilities.

Allison Christenson has been promoted to payroll and benefits specialist.