Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City names 4 Nebraskans to key roles

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Posted: Saturday, December 14, 2013 12:00 am

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City said Friday that four Nebraskans will have key roles serving the regional outpost of the nation's central bank:

>> Max Wake, president of Jones National Bank and Trust Co. in Seward, was re-elected Class A director at the Kansas City office.

>> At the Omaha branch, Anne Hindery, chief executive officer of Omaha's Nonprofit Association of the Midlands, was appointed to a three-year term ending in December 2016.

>> John Bourne, international representative of Omaha's International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, was appointed to a three-year term ending in December 2016.

>> Jim Farrell, chief executive of Omaha's Farmers National Co., will serve as the branch board chairman next year.

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