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First Security Welcomes Julie Versluis

First Security Welcomes Julie Versluis

The First Security Bank & Trust Board of Directors and President/CEO Kurt Herbrechtsmeyer are pleased to announce that Julie Versluis has joined First Security as Vice President and Trust Officer.

As VP/Trust Officer, Versluis will formulate, direct, and carry out the investment needs and goals of trust accounts relative to her clients’ specific needs. These could include assisting with an aging parent’s finances, leaving a legacy, and planning for retirement, among many other financial challenges clients may face.

Versluis joins First Security with 20 years of trust experience with expertise in Estate and Trust Administration, Portfolio Management, and Financial and Estate Planning. She graduated from Kirkwood Community College with an Associate of Arts degree in Legal Assistant/Paralegal Studies. She later graduated from Cannon Trust School, Cannon Financial Institute, and the Schools of Banking Trust in Topeka, Kansas. She is a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor™, is a member of the Institute of Certified Bankers, and is the past president and current member of the Guardian Association of Iowa Network. She is also a member of the Iowa Association of Legal Assistants, the Black Hawk County Estate Planning Council, past president and board member of the Iowa Trust Association, past president of the Waterloo Kiwanis Club, and past member of the Substitute Decision Maker Task Force of the State of Iowa.

“We are very excited to add someone with Julie’s experience and enthusiasm for serving our customers and communities,” commented Herbrechtsmeyer. “Adding Julie will allow us to make our trust and wealth management services more available throughout our community network.”

Versluis is a Cedar Rapids native, but grew up in Jesup. She spent most of her adult life there, as well, but is looking forward to living in Charles City. She has one child, Trey, who is a US Army Veteran, Specialist in the US Army Reserve, and Biomedical Equipment Technician for Unity Point/Allen Hospital.

Outside of work, Versluis is a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Jesup, where she is an Elder. She serves on the Committee on Ministry for the North Central Iowa Presbytery as well as the Hometown Heroes Military Box Project committee in Jesup. The latter organization sends care packages to deployed soldiers during Christmas and also supports various Hometown Hero initiatives as needed for soldiers returning from overseas. Each July, Versluis devotes vacation time to managing the donut and funnel cake booth at the annual Jesup Farmers Day celebration. She looks forward to getting more involved in the Charles City Community.

During her free time, Versluis enjoys reading, scrapbooking, and card making. She also enjoys traveling throughout the United States visiting her son when he is stationed at different military bases.

First Security Bank & Trust has nearly 500 million in assets, with locations across North Central Iowa and headquarters in Charles City. Please visit www.1stsecuritybank.com for additional information. Member FDIC.

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