Bank of Belleville announces new vice president, community banker

Todd Juehne has joined Bank of Belleville as vice president and community banker.

Juehne (shown) has more than 26 years of experience in the banking industry. In his role, he will be responsible for developing and maintaining retail and commercial banking business clients.

“I’ve known Todd for many years and have tremendous respect for him,” said Ronald R. Stephens, president and chief executive officer of Bank of Belleville. “I know he will be a great fit for our team.”

“I’ve been impressed for many years with Bank of Belleville’s community approach to banking,” said Juehne. “As a small town person myself, I’ve always related to their mission and I’m excited to get started.”

Juehne lives in Trenton, Ill., with his wife, Elizabeth. Juehne also has two grown children, Christine and Rosemarie.

Juehne has spent time serving as a member of several organizations including the New Baden Chamber of Commerce, the Wesclin CUSD No. 3 Board of Education and the Knights of Columbus – Trenton Council. He is also a past Clinton County Area Chair for Boy Scouts of America and a past member of the Illinois Optimist Club. In his spare time, Juehne enjoys cycling, traveling, golf and taking care of the family’s horses and other pets.

Bank of Belleville operates from its headquarters at 215 South Illinois St. The bank serves individual and business clients throughout St. Clair County and beyond. As of May 31, the bank had total assets of $211 million and 42 full and part-time team members.

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