Community State Bank recently announced several staff changes for its Kenosha and Lake Geneva markets.

The bank has appointed Julie Schrader, as retail manager for Kenosha and Paddock Lake; Sherri Gorecki, as retail manager of Lake Geneva; and Barbara Fish, as universal banker of Lake Geneva.

Schrader has over 15 years of retail banking management experience. In addition to her banking activities, she also donates her time to Habitat for Humanity in Walworth County and serves in her church.

“I’ve known Community State Bank for a while and they really live up to the name. They feel like a local bank and I’m really excited to say that I can now be a part of it, ”said Schrader.

Gorecki joined Community State Bank in 2016 as a universal banker. She was one of three employees who helped establish the Community State Bank’s presence in the Lake Geneva market. She is a longtime Walworth County native with over 19 years of banking experience.

In addition to Gorecki’s new role as Head of Retail, she will also continue to devote a portion of her time to coordinating Community State Bank’s high school financial literacy program known as MyLIFE. Gorecki has been the main coordinator of this program for about three years. She also donates her time in the community as a participating member of the Lake Geneva Firebells and on the board of directors of 100 Women Who Care Walworth County.

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“The Community State Bank is deeply involved in our community and local nonprofits, which I have always appreciated,” Gorecki said. “Working at the CSB gives me the opportunity to be more of service to the community that I have lived in for many years. I am honored to take on the role of retail manager and I am excited about the future of community banking on Lake Geneva.

Barbara Fish joins Gorecki on Lake Geneva as universal banker. Fish resides in Burlington and joins the Lake Geneva banking team with over 28 years of banking experience. She had a strong desire to return to her true passion for customer service and community banking.

“The community bank is like family,” said Fish. “As a customer or an employee, you know that you are cared for. It means more than anything else and that’s why I wanted to work for Community State Bank.

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