MINSTER – Minster Financial institution has introduced the appointment of Clifton R. Perryman to chief monetary officer as Ken Wuebker has retired from this management position.
Perryman started in January 2020 because the controller and transitioned to CFO over the previous yr. As CFO, Perryman is answerable for directing the corporate’s fiscal working outcomes, which incorporates treasury, finance and controllership.
“Clif’s lengthy tenure in management positions and numerous CPA experiences have properly ready him for this chance,” President and CEO Dale Luebke stated. “We’re excited for the subsequent technology of succession planning and for Clif to guide the accounting and finance areas into the long run. His addition to the management group will strengthen our group and ongoing improvement as we proceed to spend money on our strategic development.”
Wuebker will keep concerned with Minster Financial institution as a monetary analyst till he retires full-time on the finish of 2021.
“I’ve had the dignity and privilege of serving alongside a exceptional group of leaders, staff and administrators throughout my 42 years with Minster Financial institution,” Wuebker stated. “I stay up for staying concerned with Minster Financial institution and transitioning to full-time retirement by the top of this yr to dedicate extra time to my household and deaconate duties.”
Luebke stated, “Ken’s expertise, data and management has been exceptional, and whereas his recommendation and counsel will probably be missed, we want him properly as he strikes to the subsequent section of his life and a well-deserved retirement. We’re lucky that Clif is onboard, and his ardour and data will lead Minster Financial institution into the long run.”
With workplaces in Minster, New Bremen, St. Marys, Wapakoneta, Sidney, Troy and Vandalia, Minster Financial institution has belongings totaling greater than $640 million and has served the communities of West Central Ohio since 1914. To search out out extra about Minster Financial institution, go to MinsterBank.com.
Ken Wuebker, left, has retired from his position as Minster Financial institution’s chief monetary officer. Clifton R. Perryman, proper, is the financial institution’s new chief monetary officer.