Heatwole Plans for Retirement from Pinnacle Bank

November 1, 2021

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Pinnacle Bank would like to announce Jane Heatwole’s intent to retire at the end of January 2023.  Heatwole began her career with Pinnacle Bank in March of 1989 when the bank was chartered as Tama State Bank.  Throughout her banking years, she began in customer relations, became a proof operations coordinator, bookkeeping supervisor, assistant cashier, Vice President/Operations Officer, and currently serves in the positions of Vice President/Cashier/Operations Manager/Compliance Officer/IT Security Officer.  

“Pinnacle Bank has been a great place to work, and I’ve enjoyed the many challenges presented to me over the years.  The next year will be bittersweet as I assist with the transition of my responsibilities to my replacement,” Heatwole commented.  

Heatwole currently resides in Marshalltown with her husband, Roger, and has two grown children, Jacob and Rachel.  She looks forward to traveling with her husband in their retirement.  

“It has been my honor to have been able to work with Jane Heatwole for a portion of her current 32-year tenure with Pinnacle Bank,” stated Damon Morrison, president of Pinnacle Bank.  “Jane has been integral in almost every aspect of Pinnacle Bank and has been part of the Bank’s 900% growth in assets during her time at Pinnacle Bank, which included the relocation of the main office twice, as well as bank acquisitions.  As a continuation of Jane’s tremendous legacy, she has provided Pinnacle Bank with one year’s notice of retirement, allowing the bank to successfully plan for her succession.”  

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