On the Job: Max Neuhaus
First National Bank of River Falls and CEO Jeff Johnson recently announced the election of Max Neuhaus to the board of directors.
“We are thrilled to add Max to First National’s board of directors. Max’s high level of energy, his legal knowledge, and his extensive involvement in our communities will all be assets to the bank,” said First National President and CEO Jeff Johnson. Neuhaus is a business, real estate and family attorney at Rodli, Beskar, Krueger and Pletcher law firm, and is currently serving as the president of the Pierce County Economic Development Corporation and Chairman-elect of the River Falls Chamber of Commerce. Neuhaus has been a customer of First National ever since he was saving up for his first BMX bike in the early ‘80s. Neuhaus’ real involvement in River Falls first began when he was elected as a senior in high school to the River Falls Board of Education in 1997, where he then served for two terms. Neuhaus and his wife Kate live in River Falls with their daughter, Amelia Jean, who brings the Neuhaus family into their third generation as customers of the bank. Neuhaus shared, “I have already enjoyed a warm welcome into the First National Bank family and look forward to the good work ahead.”