Stortz added to Commerce State Bank’s Board of Directors
- Daily News
WEST BEND — Commerce State Bank announced that Lori L. Stortz, chief audit executive of University of Wisconsin System, was added to the bank’s board of directors. “We are excited to have Lori Stortz join our board of directors,” said Joe Fazio, CEO and co-founder of Commerce State Bank. “She brings extensive experience and knowledge in several key areas of importance to the bank. Her career uniquely qualifies her to be a bank director.”
Stortz is prominently involved in the community including Community Care, Inc. Board of Directors, Sojourner Family Peace Center Finance Committee and past Board of Directors; and St. Charles Catholic Parish and School in Hartland, secretary of Pastoral Council.
“I am excited to serve and be a resource to Commerce State Bank. With my experience in accounting, serving clients, auditing, risk management, compliance, and growing a business, I hope to contribute to the bank’s impressive success,” Stortz said.
Opened in August 2005, Commerce State Bank is a full-service state chartered bank headquartered in West Bend with additional offices in Cedarburg, Elm Grove and Sheboygan. Today, the bank has total assets of more than $645 million. The bank is dedicated to helping communities through its Random Acts of Commerce program.