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Veronica Bruckhoff New Agriculture/Business Banker

Profinium, Inc.

MANKATO, MINN., Oct. 11, 2016 – Veronica Bruckhoff has joined the team at Profinium, Inc., as an Agriculture/Business Banker working out of the Mankato and Owatonna offices.

In her new role, Bruckhoff will serve Ag producers and related business clients in the Mankato and Owatonna regions. "I will be building relationships with local farmers and their families, helping dreams come true and creating family legacies for generations to come," said Bruckhoff.

Bruckhoff has a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business and Agriculture Marketing from South Dakota State University and comes to Profinium after nine years working in various roles at Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council and Minnesota Soybean Growers Association.

 "We provide a host of services for our customers from banking to insurance, mortgages, trusts and investments in an effort to be their full financial health solution center. Providing a full suite of financial services to our agriculture customers continues to be a key focus for us now and into the future," said Jerry Kopel, Owatonna Market President. "We are very excited to have someone with Veronica’s passion and experience in the agriculture market join our team."

Bruckhoff resides in Minnesota Lake with her husband and two children. She is the secretary of the Minnesota FFA Foundation board, is a member of the Miss Bonnie Lass Queens Committee in Mapleton and recently ran the Mankato Half Marathon as a champion runner, her team raising more than $11,000 for the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota.

 Profinium, Inc., is a locally-owned community bank with four locations in Southern Minnesota, including Fairmont, Truman, Owatonna, and most recently, in downtown Mankato in the Profinium Place office tower. The organization has served Southern Minnesota since 1875, providing banking, mortgage, insurance, trusts and investment services.








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