Freiboth named Terry’s branch manager of Stockman Bank

From Stockman Bank

  After 12 years of serving as the Terry branch president, Ron Pisk has recently resigned. Jere Freiboth has been promoted to vice president, branch manager of Stockman Bank in Terry. His new responsibilities include overseeing bank operations, management and employee supervision, and all lending activities for the Terry branch.

Freiboth, born and raised in Terry, started his banking career with State Bank of Terry in 1981 as an assistant cashier. Over the years, he worked his way up to cashier, ag loan officer, and then assistant vice president, consumer loan officer for Stockman Bank in 1999, when State Bank of Terry was acquired and renamed to Stockman Bank. He has held a vice president position with Stockman since 2007.
Freiboth and his wife, Jeannine, have four children, Jade, Jasmine, Jordan and Jerett, all who have graduated from Terry High School.  Jere enjoys computers, high school and sports activities, golfing and spending time with his family. He is also a past chairman of the Prairie County Hospital District Board, volunteer for announcing jobs in the community, Stockman Bank representative for the Prairie County Chamber of Commerce and a volunteer timer for various school sporting events. 
“With over 30 years of financial experience, I am very pleased Jere has accepted the position as branch manager,” says Keith Robinson, Glendive market president. “He will be a perfect fit to manage the branch and we look forward to his continued service to the Terry community.” 
Pat Graham, assistant vice president, branch manager for Stockman Bank in Richey and ag loan officer for Stockman Bank in Glendive, will be relocating to the Terry branch this fall. Graham will continue to oversee and manage the Richey branch, as well as serve the Terry community and surrounding areas with all their ag lending needs. Graham, an Eastern Montana native, resides in Terry with his wife, Lanette. 

Published August 17, 2011

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