Tim Schneider, CEO and Co-Founder
Tim is CEO of Investors Community Bank and one of ICB’s four founders. He has more than 25 years of banking experience in agricultural and commercial banking. Tim holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Business in Management and Economics from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and a degree from the Graduate School of Banking of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He volunteers with many business, financial and charitable organizations, including serving as a NEW North Board member, Wisconsin Business Development Corporation board member and is active with the Manitowoc/Two Rivers YMCA. He was a co-founder and past board member of Progress Lakeshore, Manitowoc County’s economic development agency and in 2006 he was named the Wisconsin US Small Business Administration Financial Services Champion.
Mark Binversie, President and Co-Founder
Mark is President of Investors Community Bank and one of its four founders. He has more than 40 years of agricultural lending experience and previously owned and operated Heartland Dairy, LLC, a dairy farm, for 15 years. Mark holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Agri-Business with a minor in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He was instrumental in redesigning the Farm Service Agency’s Guaranteed Loan Program and assisted in the Wisconsin Housing Economic Development Authority’s Credit Relief Outreach Program for Wisconsin’s farmers. He is a board member of the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin and The Crossing, and coached baseball and hockey for many years.
Glen Stiteley, EVP - Chief Financial Officer
Glen is Executive Vice President – Chief Financial Officer of Investors Community Bank. He also serves as Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer of County Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for Investors Community Bank. Stiteley holds a BBA in accounting from Eastern Michigan University and earned a CPA designation from the State of Illinois. He also completed the University Of Virginia Darden School Of Business Executive Program in Bank Financial Leadership. Prior to joining Investors he was CFO for First Community Financial Partners, Inc. a $1.3 billion NASDAQ registered, bank holding company headquartered in Joliet, Illinois.
Dave Coggins, EVP - Chief Banking Officer
Dave is Executive Vice President - Chief Banking Officer of Investors Community Bank. He was been with the bank since 2009 and has nearly 40 years of lending and leadership experience, including 10 years as president of Business Lending Group and 24 years in various lending and leadership roles in the Farm Credit System. Dave holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. He is actively involved in many community/professional organizations, including serving as a board member and finance committee member for Progress Lakeshore and a member of the Wisconsin Bankers Association Government Relations Committee. He is also a recent past chair of the WBA Ag Bankers Section.
Bill Hodgkiss, SVP - Business Banking
Bill is Senior Vice President - Business Banking at Investors Community Bank. He joined ICB in 2016 when they merged with The Business Bank, where Bill served as President and CEO. Bill has almost 30 years of sales and banking experience. He holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from St. Norbert College. Bill is very active in the community, where he has served on many nonprofit boards. Currently, he is board president of ThedaCare Foundation in Appleton and a board member of the YMCA Fox West.
Dave Kohlmeyer, SVP - Finance
Dave is Senior Vice President - Finance of Investors Community Bank. He joined the bank in 2016 when ICB merged with The Business Bank, where Dave was the CFO for 15 years. He has 45 years of banking experience. He holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He has been active with the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants for 35 years as well as a member of the Neenah Rotary for 21 years, including roles as past President/Director and the Neenah Rotary Foundation secretary. He was awarded the Passion for Excellence Award by the Neenah School District in 2015/2016.
Craig Mayo, EVP - Chief Credit Officer
Craig is Executive Vice President - Chief Credit Officer of Investors Community Bank. He has been with ICB since 2011 and previously held the position of Special Assets Officer there. He has nearly 35 years of banking experience. Over the years, Craig has acquired a significant amount of experience in both sales and credit at community and national banks, including roles as a management trainee, collections supervisor, mortgage loan originator, credit analyst, loan review officer, special assets officer and business banker. He holds a B.A. degree from Middlebury College and a degree from the Graduate School of Banking of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Tim McTigue, SVP - Ag Banking
Tim is Senior Vice President – Ag Banking. He has been with ICB since 2017. He has more than 25 years of banking experience, including seven years in ag banking. He has held positions as regional vice president for an agriculture financial services company and as first vice president at another bank in Indiana. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University. Tim has volunteered his time with various community organizations including serving on the executive committee for the Friends of the Snite Museum at the University of Notre Dame, serving as Chair of the St. Pius X Parish Finance Committee and as Assistant Scout Master for a Boy Scout troop in Indiana.
Mark Miller, EVP - Counsel/Chief Risk Officer
Mark is Executive Vice President - Counsel and Chief Risk Officer of Investors Community Bank. He has been with ICB since 2011. Prior to joining ICB, he served as CEO & shareholder of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek, SC, President of Miller Implement Co., Inc. and a shareholder of Miller & Miller, SC. Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Chicago, a Juris Doctor degree from Marquette University and is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin. His community involvement includes holding executive committee or officer positions for United Performing Arts Fund, Inc., Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc., Holy Family Memorial, Inc. and Marco Services, Inc. In 2009, Mark was named one of the five most powerful lawyers by Milwaukee Business Journal.
Susan Smith, EVP - Chief Human Resources Officer
Susan is Executive Vice President - Chief Human Resources Officer of Investors Community Bank. She has been with ICB since 2014 and has more than 25 years of experience as a strategic HR leader and business partner with both domestic and international organizations. Susan holds a Master’s degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, specializing in Organizational Leader Development, from Capella University, and a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management from Metropolitan State University, graduating with honors. She also completed the Graduate School of Banking’s Human Resources Management School of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Susan is actively involved in many community/professional organizations, currently serving as a board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Manitowoc County and a member of the HR Committee of the Wisconsin Banking Association.
Laura Wiegert, SVP - Marketing
Laura is Senior Vice President - Marketing at Investors Community Bank. She has been with ICB since 2014. Prior to joining the bank she worked in healthcare marketing and owned a marketing consulting firm serving Northeast Wisconsin. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in English/Journalism from Northern Michigan University and volunteers with several community and professional organizations, including serving on the board of Holiday House of Manitowoc County, the Progress Lakeshore Marketing Committee, Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance Communications Committee, Wisconsin Bankers Association Marketing Committee and The Chamber of Manitowoc County Marketing Committee and Stronger Together Team. She is also a past board member and chair of the Manitowoc chamber.
Cyrene Wilke, SVP - Operations