Something wasn’t quite right. Amy Thiede was working in an accounting office at a publishing company. She liked the company but missed working with customers from her community, as she had done in a college job at a big Illinois bank.
Then a former colleague from that bank called Thiede. The colleague, Dianna Torman, had taken a job as the senior credit officer at Prairie Community Bank in Marengo, Ill., and wanted to know whether Thiede would consider joining the team. (Torman has since become president and CEO.)
“I loved working with the customers and I missed that when . . .
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