Winona’s Stoltman honored for outreach

Mary Stoltman, private banking officer at Winona National Bank, Winona, Minn., has won its second quarter Community PRIDE Award.

Awarded quarterly by the public relations committee, Community PRIDE Awards recognize WNB employees for exceptional volunteer service to programs, organizations and initiatives that contribute to the strength and vitality of the communities served. This includes volunteering efforts made both during and outside of work hours.

Stoltman has delivered numerous financial education presentations throughout the community, most recently for City of Winona employees. She serves as a board member for the Winona County Historical Society, helping to coordinate the annual Chocolate Shakespeare and Champagne fundraiser, and is a volunteer driver for the Winona Volunteer Services Home Delivered Meals program. In addition, Stoltman has performed in numerous Home & Community Options musicals, the Winona Oratorio Chorus, sings in the choir and praise band at Wesley United Methodist Church, and has provided special performances at Homer United Methodist Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church.

As a Community PRIDE Award recipient, Stoltman received $100 to donate to the non-profit organization of her choice, which she chose to donate to Home & Community Options. In addition, she received a certificate of recognition and a Winona National Bank logo shirt.