People You Should Know

NOV. 13, 2018

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David Bonte

The First National Bank in Sioux Falls

The First National Bank in Sioux Falls has hired David Bonte as an ag banker in the Dell Rapids branch. He has been in the finance industry for 36 years.


Five employees at The First National Bank in Sioux Falls have taken new positions.

Blake Willman

Alex Haverly

Alex Haverly has transferred from a business solutions specialist to a cash management specialist.

Blake Willman is working as an ag banker at the Flandreau branch after serving as an ag credit analyst for the past three years.


Weston Hansen

Levi Parker

Joe Miller

Joe Miller, who has been with the bank for five years, has transitioned from an ag banker to the ag credit administration manager.

Levi Parker has moved from a fiduciary risk specialist to a personal trust officer. He has been with the bank since 2015.

Weston Hansen is working as a business banker at the Western Mall branch after serving as a business solutions specialist.

Hegg Realtors

Andrew Holzbaugh

Danielle den Hoed

Hegg Realtors has added four broker associates.

Danielle den Hoed sold real estate in Omaha for the past five years and has 10 years of experience in the finance industry.

Andrew Holzbaugh has been in customer service with FedEx for seven years and has been researching real estate for the past two years.

Mackenzie Hanssen

Angie Larson

Angie Larson worked as a transaction coordinator for the Tony Erickson Group at Hegg for the past year and a half.

Mackenzie Hanssen, who has been working in commercial real estate on the property management side, has joined The Amy Stockberger Team.

Sweetman Construction Co.

Clark Meyer

Clark Meyer has been promoted to president of Sweetman Construction Co., which was acquired recently by Knife River Corp. Sweetman Construction includes Concrete Materials Co., Eastern & Ellis Railroad and Rail to Road. Meyer succeeds Patrick Sweetman, who left the business with the transfer in ownership. Meyer has worked at Sweetman for 24 years, most recently serving as president of Ellis & Eastern and Rail to Road, and also working with operations at Concrete Materials. He previously led the company’s transportation division, started the Hardscapes Outlet retail locations and served as the manager of aggregate sales and IT.


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