As president of Americana Community Bank, Adam Dittrich has been the leader his bank needed as it defied the odds against its survival. Dittrich grew up in banking but at age 28 significant economic and regulatory obstacles threatened the family bank. Dittrich, however, overcame those obstacles and today the Minnesota bank is on the road to recovery.
“For someone to step up to the plate like Adam has done is tremendous,” said David Saber, senior manager at Wipfli, an accounting and consulting firm. “CEOs with 40-plus years of experience are pulling their hair out over challenges like this. But . . .
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