Jon Schmaderer’s first jobs in banking involved shredding documents and mowing the lawn. By junior high, he’d been promoted to behind-the-counter work with customers. At 36, Scmaderer admits he’s “kind of one-dimensional” since he’s been around banking his whole life.
“It intrigued me from the start and fit my personality. I always liked being around and helping people,” said Schmaderer, a NorthWestern Financial Review Rising Star selection for 2008. “I enjoy the business part of banking and all that that brings. There was no other industry where I could be part of the . . .
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