Names & Notes

McCarthy promoted to assistant vice president

Pinnacle Bank recently announced the promotion of Alyssa McCarthy to assistant vice president. McCarthy joined the staff of Pinnacle Bank, in June 2014, as a summer intern. After graduating college, she returned to Pinnacle Bank, full-time. In April 2016, she gained additional financial and human resource responsibilities and was promoted to Financial Analyst/Human Resource Manager. McCarthy has taken on additional management, IT and security roles, contributing to Pinnacle Bank’s growth and development.

Damon Morrison, president of Pinnacle Bank, said, “Alyssa’s dedication to her career growth and the corresponding success of Pinnacle Bank has been outstanding. She has achieved amazing results during her time with Pinnacle Bank and I look forward to her continued contribution to the success of Pinnacle Bank.

McCarthy graduated from Wartburg College, in Waverly with a double major in business management and accounting. She resides in Conrad with her husband, Zach, and their son, Cameron.

“I feel so honored to have been promoted to assistant vice president at Pinnacle Bank,” McCarthy commented. “It is truly a great place to work and I am excited for this new opportunity. I enjoy the variety of responsibilities that I have taken on and look forward to continuing to contribute to the growth and successes of Pinnacle Bank.”

Enfield to retire, CAPS names successor

Jana Enfield, executive director of Child Abuse Prevention Services, has announced her retirement after a 28-year career. Board President, John Fink, also announced that Associate Director Linda Havelka has been named Enfield’s successor.

“I am so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the important work of strengthening families and creating great childhoods for our children. Linda and I have worked together for nearly 26 years and she is most capable to lead the organization going forward. The transition is guaranteed to be seamless as we have been working toward this day for many years,” Enfield stated.

“I have loved working in our community where organizations work so well together to provide needed services to our community members. I have been fortunate to work with so many dedicated people who have served on our Board of Directors. The greatest reward for me has been the opportunity to work alongside the most caring, capable and diverse group of employees that anyone could hope for. The work being done to prevent child abuse is so important and I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the positive things that are being accomplished.”

Enfield looks forward to spending more time with her family in retirement. Her last work day will be Feb. 28.

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