Lori Burmeister Promoted to Trust Officer
RAPID CITY – BankWest is pleased to announce the promotion of Lori Burmeister to Trust Officer in Rapid City. Lori has eight years of experience in the Trust and Estate Planning industry.
BankWest’s Vice President Trust Division Manager, Alexa Stulken, notes Burmeister’s prior experience with trusts and estate planning is an important asset to her role as a Trust Officer and to the Investment Management and Trust team as a whole.
Stulken noted, “We have an amazing team with over 100 years of combined experience and expertise in the industry. Our team members are trained and educated to manage everything from simple to complex accounts, while staying current with industry changes and standards via designation certifications and continuing education classes.”
Lori has a bachelor’s degree in communications and business management and a master’s degree in administrative studies with an emphasis in leadership. Lori has two children and in her spare time enjoys spending time with family and friends, scrapbooking, and teaching barre and yoga classes. She has served on the Miss Rapid City Scholarship program board, volunteered for Junior Achievement, and has participated in the United Way Day of Caring for many years. She is also very involved at her church, having served on the finance and leadership teams in addition to serving in the children and adult ministries as needed over the past 20 years.
“Quality customer service is an utmost priority for me, and I believe that our clients should receive the best service that we can provide. I personally try to go above and beyond whenever I can.” Burmeister stated. “The most satisfying part of my work is helping our clients meet their financial goals by assisting them with solutions to protect and grow their wealth as well as planning how they will care for and support future generations with that wealth.”
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