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Richard Hensley - National Exchange Bank & Trust

Richard S. Hensley is president of the southeast Wisconsin market for National Exchange Bank & Trust. Since 1983, Dick has been active in the Milwaukee commercial banking market, bringing a passion and strong commitment to closely-held and family-owned business. He is a 1976 graduate of the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, is married, has four children and three grandchildren. He is active in the community, including: a director of EconomicsWisconsin; former President – St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Greendale; and Roundtable Chair and member of COSBE – MMAC. National Exchange Bank & Trust is a family-owned financial institution serving business clients across Southeastern Wisconsin. With in excess of $2.5 billion in assets and strong balance sheet, the Bank brings tremendous resources to support the credit, treasury management, investment, and trust requirements.

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