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CEDAR RAPIDS/IOWA CITY SEPTEMBER 2014
alumni news D ED IC AT ED T O KEEPING YO U CO NN EC T ED T O N EW S AN D I NFO R M AT ION AT U . S . BAN K
On September 16, 2014, alumni from Cedar Rapids and Iowa City came together for
the USB Alumni Luncheon led by Cedar Rapids, Iowa City Community Regional
President Nancy Kasparek and Iowa City Market President Curt Heideman.
Alumni meet in Iowa City for
U.S. Bank Alumni Luncheon
On September 16, 2014, alumni
from Cedar Rapids and Iowa City
came together for the first annual
USB Alumni Luncheon recogniz-
ing each other and their careers
with U.S. Bank.
Prior to the luncheon, alumni had
the opportunity to visit informa-
tional tables to learn about volun-
teer opportunities, technology and
Get Green with US.
Following the luncheon, a presen-
tation was made by special guest
speakers Nancy Kasparek, Cedar
Rapids, Iowa City community
regional president and Curt
Heideman, Iowa City market
president. Nancy and Curt sum-
marized the market updates for
Cedar Rapids and Iowa City.
Assistant Director of Alumni En-
gagement Pam Seppelt gave an
overview of the USB Alumni
program and honored alumni
Nadine Wax and James Sangster,
celebrating their careers at
This event was one of 15 held in
2014 where alumni and long
standing employees were hon-
ored for their years of service. To
learn more about the USB Alumni
program, visit usbank.com/alumni.
IN THIS ISSUE: Alumni Lunch Recap 1 Director’s Note 2 Market Update 2 Volunteer 2 Faces in the Crowd 3 Service Recognition 3 Event Photos 3 Save the Date 4 About the Hosts 4 Submit News 4
Iowa City Market President Curt Heideman
Cedar Rapids, Iowa City Community Regional
President Nancy Kasparek
MESSAGE FROM ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT DIRECTOR
What a joy and pleasure it was to be in Iowa City and visit with our alumni. We are thrilled to be able to offer this luncheon program to our Cedar Rap- ids and Iowa City alumni. The lunch- eon is truly a special occasion where we can reconnect with one another and be updated on the community and company that we share in com- mon. Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of your lives and lead this fabu- lous program. Please let me know your comments and suggestions as we are here to be of assistance to you. Sincerely, Karon Fitzhugh Director of Alumni Engagement 1-866-680-2586 firstname.lastname@example.org
Market At-A-Glance Employees: 268 Branded ATMs: 24 Branch offices: 15
(As of 8/14/14) Source: Company reports
Volunteer with US! To join the U.S. Bank Volunteers initiative and get connected with local volunteer opportunities, please contact us at 1-866-680-2586, or email us at email@example.com. Check the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Market Highlights page on the U.S. Bank Alumni website frequently for volunteer opportunities unique to your area.
The wild prarie rose is the
state flower of Iowa.
The oak tree is the state tree
CONNECTING ALUMNI WITH COLLEAGUES AND COMMUNITY
Nadine Wax was honored at the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City
alumni event held on September 16, 2014. Nadine retired after
36 years with U.S. Bank. Nadine’s career began in Real Estate
and Mortgage Loans taking her to various leadership roles.
Nadine has one daughter and two grandchildren.
James “Jim” Sangster was also honored at the Cedar Rapids
and Iowa City alumni event. Jim retired from U.S. Bank after a
40 year banking career. Jim held various leadership roles includ-
ing senior vice president. James and his wife, Jackie, have three
children, five grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
We are proud to call Nadine and James U.S. Bank Alumni.
Faces in the Crowd: Nadine Wax and James Sangster
CEDAR RAPIDS AND IOWA CITY ALUMNI LUNCHEON: IN THE WORDS OF THE ATTENDEES
“Good time to visit old friends and share
Just want to come and see the people I miss
I think this is a wonderful thing the bank is
We were proud to honor current employees with 35 years or more of service at the 2014 at the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Alumni Luncheon. Leading the way was Daniel Sullivan with 46 years of service.
Thank you for spending the day with us!
The 2015 Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Alumni Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, August 26. For luncheon de- tails, go to usbank.com/alumni. Invitations will be mailed four to six weeks prior to the event. If you are not already on the alum- ni mailing list, please contact us at 1-866-680- 2586 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
alumni news MANAGING EDITOR: Arielle Goldberg, Internal Communications Manager CONTRIBUTING WRITER: Pam Seppelt, Alumni Program Assistant Director Send article suggestions and photos to email@example.com or mail to: Pam Seppelt 205 South Fifth Street Springfield, IL 62701
Please include your name and contact information with your submissions. Anony- mous submissions may not be printed.
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SAVE THE DATE: 2015 CEDAR RAPIDS AND IOWA CITY ALUMNI LUNCHEON
Wednesday, August 26
About this year’s Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Alumni Luncheon hosts: Regional President Nancy Kasparek | Nancy Kasparek has been with U.S. Bank for 16 years and is currently a regional president with re- sponsibilities for the Cedar Rapids/Iowa City region. Nancy is very involved in the community and sits on the board of trustees for Mt. Mer- cy University, Junior Achieve- ment, Big Brothers Big Sis- ters, Juvenile Diabetes and United Way. She currently serves on the board of direc- tors for Four Oaks, Mercy Medical Center, Mercy Medi- cal Center Foundation, Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alli- ance where she is currently chair and the Self-Supported Municipal Improvement Dis- trict (SSMID) commission. Nancy is a past appointee for the Governor's Small Busi- ness Advisory Board. She is a past board member of Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes and Waypoint Services. Nancy has been recognized as a 2010 Woman of Influ- ence by the Corridor Business
Journal, twice recognized as a Waypoint Tribute to Woman Nominee and three times as a member of the Most Powerful Women in Banking Team by American Banker Magazine. She was the recipient of the 2012 Betty Berry Volunteer Award. Nancy attended the University of Northern Iowa where she majored in Public Relations. She lives in Marion with her husband Joel and five chil- dren. Market President Curt Heideman | Curt is originally from New Hampton, IA. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in sports administration from the Uni- versity of Iowa. Curt has been with U.S. Bank since 2003. During his tenure at the bank he has served in several capacities within the commercial department. Curt has been in a leadership role at U.S. Bank since 2006. In December 2011, Curt was named market president for U.S. Bank in Iowa City. Curt is the past chair of the board at the Boys & Girls Club of Cedar Rapids, a board
member at Junior Achieve- ment of Iowa City, a board member at Iowa City Area Economic Development, a board member at 100+ Men, Hawkeye Chapter, an Iowa City noon Rotarian and has been a “big brother” in the Big Brothers Big Sisters organiza- tion. Curt is married to Leah Heide- man. They have a 5-year-old son named Holden and a 2- year-old daughter named Har- per. The family lives in Coral- ville, IA.
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