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As a Trust Officer at First National Bank, Laura serves the Kearney, Grand Island and North Platte markets. With an extensive background in estate planning and asset management, she is well qualified to help others plan their financial future. Working with the customers she serves is what Laura likes best about her job.
Laura is a lawyer by degree and spent the first ten years of her career in private practice, specializing in estate planning and banking law. She brought her considerable skills and talents to First National Bank in 2019 in her current role. Laura holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Nebraska as well as a Juris Doctorate from University of Nebraska College of Law. She remains a member of the Nebraska Bar Association and the Lincoln Country Bar Association.
Laura fully embraces family life in her spare time. Visits to the lake or taking advantage of the extensive walking trails in her community top her list of favorite things to do. She is a strong proponent of community service and practices what she teaches as the past president of the North Platte Public Schools Foundation. She has also dedicated many free hours to the Great Plains Healthcare Foundation, acting as both the Annual Giving chair and Foundation-Gala Chair. She currently serves on the University of Nebraska College of Law Dean’s Advisory Board.
I enjoy helping clients develop plans to meet their needs, and the needs of their families and communities.
Investment products are: Not a Deposit • Not FDIC Insured • Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency • Not Guaranteed by the Bank • May Go Down in Value
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