Megan Wedel Hired as Commercial Banker at National Bank of Commerce’s Duluth Branch

February 24, 2017                                                      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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National Bank of Commerce (NBC), continues its growth and expansion with the addition of a new associate, hiring Megan Wedel as a Commercial Banker.

Megan’s hometown is Grand Rapids, MN, she then stayed to attend further schooling at Itasca Community College. She comes to us with 9 solid years of banking experience. Megan was most recently a manager of two US Bank locations here in Duluth.

Working from NBC’s Duluth branch, she will be responsible for building and maintaining a commercial lending portfolio while working with commercial clients to meet their financial goals and objectives. Megan expressed, “There is nothing more rewarding than being an essential piece to a customer’s path to success. At National Bank of Commerce, I will have the opportunity to work with new and existing businesses to assist with all their financial needs. It’s important to me to become their peer, understand their business and what their goals are.”

SVP, Lead Commercial Banker Eric Albrecht states; “We are thrilled to have Megan join our Commercial Lending Team. Megan’s demonstration of hard work, enthusiasm, accountability and cross department knowledge will help us grow and meet the needs of those in our communities. We are so excited for Megan to be the newest member of our team and look forward to watching her learn and grow in her new role.”

Megan’s prior civic involvement includes being a 2016 Leadership Duluth graduate. She also started her own service project, Nemo Paws, accepting donations for animals, which are then given to CHUM.

National Bank of Commerce is headquartered in downtown Superior and also has banks in midtown Superior, Duluth, Hermantown, Poplar and Solon Springs. The bank’s web address is


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