‘People, computers and money’ drew Malzahn to banking

Marcia Malzahn likes to “wear a lot of hats”—finance and information technology professional, mother and wife, lifelong learner, weight lifter and author, for instance. In fact, Malzahn wrote the book on work-life balance, releasing Devotions for Working Women in 2006.

With her wide range of interests and natural exuberance it’s easy to see why Malzahn stepped up to the 2005 challenge of forming Edina, Minn.-based Tradition Capital Bank with her friend and former boss Reid Evenson.

The two had worked together at Marquette Bank in Minneapolis before it merged with First Bank (now U.S. Bank . . .

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