Arnolds Park, Iowa

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Joe Conover

Joe Conover

Northwest Iowa Regional President, Arnolds Park
712.332.5636
46 N. Hwy 71
Arnolds Park, IA 51331
NMLS# 954511
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The best part of my job is seeing our customers succeed, whether a customer is adding a piece of manufacturing equipment that creates new jobs or purchasing a first car. It is very rewarding to play a role in making that success possible. I also try to make a positive impact on the community by serving on different community boards. I have served on the boards of the Spencer Library, Pearson Lakes Art Center, Historic Arnolds Park, and First Congregational Church of Spencer. Currently, I am the President of the Okoboji School District Board.


Joe Conover

Dan Kitzinger

Market President, Arnolds Park
712.332.5636
46 N. Hwy 71
Arnolds Park, IA 51331
NMLS# 1261664
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Dan joined Northwest Bank in late 2014 to lead the Lakes Area market.  Dan’s responsibilities include team development and leading our sales and service efforts within our Lakes area market by continuing to build lasting Business, Agricultural and Retail relationships.  Prior to joining Northwest Bank, Dan’s past work experience includes positions as Market President and Commercial Banking Manager with community banks in the Twin Cities and Des Moines areas, as well as time as a bank examiner for the Federal Reserve.  Dan is a native of northwest Iowa, growing up in Titonka, Iowa, and a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in Economics.  Dan has been a member of Rotary, Chambers of Commerce and Development Corporations and he is looking forward to being highly involved in the Lakes community.


Curt Smith

Curt Smith

Ag/Commercial Banker, Spirit Lake
712.330.9488
1109 18th Street
Spirit Lake, IA 51360
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As an active community banker, Curt currently serving as a Dickinson County Soil and Water Commissioner, Seven County Resource, Conservation, & Development Board (RC&D), Dickinson County Endowment, and Dickinson County Extension Council. He has been a past 4-H leader for 13 years and was inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame in 2002. Curt and his family reside on a 3rd generation farm outside of Superior and are active members of St. Mary’s parish in Spirit Lake where he is a 4th degree Knights of Columbus.