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Unison hires, promotes staff

Michelle Martin, Niki Hjelle, Cheryl Challeen and Kayla Van Dyke have been promoted at Unison Bank. The bank has also recently hired Ashley Sliver, Melissa Haas, Rebekah Drahosh and Craig Blumhardt.

Michelle Martin, Niki Hjelle, Cheryl Challeen and Kayla Van Dyke have been promoted at Unison Bank. The bank has also recently hired Ashley Sliver, Melissa Haas, Rebekah Drahosh and Craig Blumhardt.

Martin has worked in the bookkeeping department since 2013 and was promoted to personal banker in the personal banking department. Martin’s new role focuses on customer accounts and support.

Hjelle has been promoted to loan specialist in the personal banking department. She began her employment with Unison in 2009 as a loan assistant in the business banking department. As a loan specialist, Hjelle processes mortgage loans and supports the mortgage loan officers.

Challeen has been promoted to business and ag loan assistant. Challeen rejoined the Unison team in 2015 after previously working as a loan assistant in 2009. In her new role, she’s responsible for processing and maintaining loan documents.

Van Dyke has accepted a dual role promotion of consumer loan assistant and teller. Van Dyke’s dual roles allow her to assist customers as well as support the personal banking department.

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Sliver has been hired as a bookkeeper. Sliver is originally from Brainerd, Minn., and has previous banking experience. She currently attends the University of Mary.

Haas and Drahosh recently joined Unison as tellers. Haas lives in Jamestown and attends Jamestown High School and Lake Region State College. Prior to her role at Unison, she worked as a child care assistant. Drahosh is originally from Palmetto, Fla., and has lived in Jamestown since 2015. She is a North Dakota State University graduate and her previous employment includes teaching English as a second language.

Blumhardt has been hired as maintenance engineer. Blumhardt is originally from Leola, S.D., and previously worked for local grocers.3

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