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State Bank of Toledo announces promotions

January 9, 2019
Special to The Chronicle , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

At the December Board meeting, State Bank of Toledo President and CEO, John Kavalier announced Kelly Smith was promoted to Executive Vice President and Jerimi Kopsa was promoted to Senior Vice President and Cashier.

Kelly Smith previously held the position of Vice President.

Kelly holds a Bachelor's degree from Buena Vista University in Finance. Later earning his diploma from Graduate School of Banking at Wisconsin.

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Kelly Smith - Jerimi Kopsa

He is currently active in Junior Achievement at South Tama, and numerous boards including the Iowa Banker's Executive Management Board, South Tama Scholarship Foundation, Region 6 Housing Trust and a member of Tama County Cattlemen Association.

Kelly is an active member of Tama-Toledo Community and a member of New Hope Church.

He enjoys spending time with his family and friends. Kelly has a daughter Kourtne (Keaton) Klocko of Norwalk and Kolton Smith of Ankeny.

Jerimi Kopsa is a 1999 graduate of South Tama earning his Bachelor's degree from the University of Northern Iowa and his Masters of Business Administration degree from Drake University. Jerimi has received multiple banking certifications through ongoing education, and graduated from Graduate School of Banking in Colorado in 2014.

Jerimi and his wife Jacqulyn have two children (Kaden and Ella) and they enjoy staying active in the community and spending time with family and friends.

Jerimi currently serves on the South Tama County Joint Recreation Board, the Unity Point Marshalltown Foundation Board, and is actively involved in Junior Achievement within the South Tama School District. In the past Jerimi has served on the Tama Toledo Country Club Board, has been active in the Tama Toledo Chamber of Commerce, and has volunteered countless hours coaching youth sports.

"Both officers have contributed their knowledge and expertise to the betterment of the bank. Their skillset is necessary toward our continued success in the community. I am very proud to promote both Kelly Smith and Jerimi Kopsa at this time. They are truly leaders not only here at the bank but in our community," said John Kavalier in an interview following the Board's decision.



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