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Home Federal hires Brad Bell

Brad Bell has begun work for Home Federal Bank in Grand Island.

Bell will focus on expanding banking relationships with existing customers and on business development activities with area businesses and professionals.

He has nearly 20 years of banking experience involving business and commercial real estate lending in the Grand Island area. He is a graduate of Hastings College, with a bachelor of arts degree in business administration. His office will be in the Southwest Home Federal Bank at Stolley Park and Webb roads. He can be reached there at (308) 398-4914.

Since 1998, Bell has been involved in a number of community organizations. He currently serves on the Hope Harbor board.

Lothrop joins Choice Family

Jessica Lothrop, a nurse practitioner, has joined the staff at Choice Family Health Care (CFHC), which has clinics in Grand Island and Kearney.

Lothrop holds a master of science degree in nursing from Clarkson College and a bachelor of science degree in nursing from the University of

Nebraska Medical Center. She will be serving the reproductive health needs of Central Nebraskans.

Five Points promotes Sheffield

Chad Sheffield has been promoted to vice president at Five Points Bank in Grand Island.

Sheffield has been a loan officer at the Diers Avenue location and has been with the bank for 14 years. He started as an intern with Five Points Bank and worked in consumer and commercial lending.

A lifelong resident of Grand Island, he graduated from Northwest High School and received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and his masters in business administration from Bellevue University.

Sheffield is currently serving on the board of CHI Health St. Francis Foundation and the Northwest Educational Foundation.

Henson receives award at CCC

Joel Henson, a funeral director apprentice at All Faiths Funeral Home, has been presented with the Exceptional Student Award from Central Community College.

This award recognizes outstanding achievement and performance in the associate of science studies.

Henson has been working at All Faiths Funeral Home since January 2016. He plans to attend Des Moines Area Community College in Des Moines, Iowa, in the fall to study mortuary science while continuing to work at All Faiths.

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