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Making an impact in the Omaha Metro area since 1857.

The Omaha leadership team of Stephanie Moline, Mike Earleywine and David Janus

Learn about First National Bank of Omaha

Banks are intertwined in people’s lives, integral to their communities and have the resources to create change. At First National Bank of Omaha, we are a force for good in the world. In every action we take, from a teller greeting a customer to our leadership formulating the next step for our company, we strive to do the right thing.

We’re independent and family-owned, and focused on the long view instead of the next quarter. It’s been our recipe for success for generations.

In the 160 years we’ve been in business, our holding company - First National of Nebraska - has grown to 5,000 employees with locations in seven states and $20 billion in assets. First National Bank of Omaha has been ranked "Highest in Customer Satisfaction with Retail Banking in the Midwest" by J.D. Power1, and named a MONEY Best Bank in Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas and South Dakota2. We use this success to invest millions back into our communities, focusing on key areas of need, such as housing, financial literacy and local economies.

First National Bank has a history of doing what's right for our customers and the communities we serve that spans for generations. As one of the top banking institutions in Nebraska, we are proud to be a part of the First National of Nebraska family of banks.

With locations in Nebraska, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, South Dakota and Texas, we haven't lost sight of the foundation on which our success was built. Integrity, Respect, Passion - these are the cornerstones of our Operating Philosophy and represent our commitment to you. At First National Bank, we strive to better serve you and your banking needs - and we are as hopeful and excited about the future of our bank as our founders were in 1857.

History to be proud of.

For more than 160 years, First National Bank has maintained its commitment to helping to build strong communities. We don’t claim to have been the primary builders of the communities we serve. Many people over many generations did that with their hard work, dedication and vision. But a local bank that understands and embraces the community’s vision can make a big difference, and we are firm in our commitment to these principles.

First National Bank is proud of our history. We were founded in 1857 by two brothers – Herman and Augustus Kountze. Though our founders were engaged in the rough-and-tumble business of the pioneers, they created an innovative and forward-looking organization. We were among the first banks to issue credit cards – long before most other banks did – and we were the first U.S. company to use fuel cell technology as its primary power source. That’s how we approach the future, as well, and we hope you will take the journey with us.

The Kountze brothers envisioned that their bank would succeed and have a positive impact on the communities they served. We continue to harbor big dreams for the future of the communities we serve, just like Herman and Augustus did.

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FNBO Leadership

The Omaha leadership team is devoted to make banking at First National Bank world-class. Learn about the leadership in your local community making an impact in banking.

Stephanie Moline | Executive Vice President, Enterprise Banking Group

Stephanie Moline serves as Executive Vice President of the Enterprise Banking Group and serves as an Executive Officer on the Executive Leadership Team at First National Bank. The Enterprise Banking Group includes Agribusiness Banking, Correspondent Banking, Commercial Lending, Commercial Real Estate, Specialty Banking, Corporate Treasury Services and Global Banking. Stephanie oversees our Commercial Lending offices in the Lincoln and Fremont markets.

Stephanie joined First National Bank as a management trainee in 1982. She received her B.S. Degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University and her Executive Degree from Darden Business School at the University of Virginia.

Stephanie currently serves on the First National Bank of Omaha Board, the MBA Board of Advisors for Nebraska Wesleyan University, the Nebraska Humane Society Foundation Board, a Board Member for First National Technology Solutions, the Red Basket Board of Directors, and serves as Treasurer of the Residences on the Green HOA.

Stephanie is a pet lover and very passionate about the care and well-being of animals. In her spare time, she enjoys biking, tennis, reading, and spending time with her children, Nicole and William.

David Janus | Senior Vice President, Wealth Management

Dave is Group Head and Senior Vice President of the Wealth Management division at First National Bank. A banker since 1979, Dave has worked in a variety of capacities and locations including Michigan, Ohio, Kansas City and, since 2017, in Omaha. Dave earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business from Michigan State University and his Master’s Degree in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from Creighton University.

Dave and his wife, Terie, have three adult children spread out from Kansas City to Cleveland to Boston…and one spoiled grandson! Dave enjoys a lot of different activities, but golf is by far his favorite. It’s fun and challenging (and frustrating)! One day he hopes to play a round of golf at St. Andrews Old Course in Scotland. He also enjoys relaxing with a good book about behavioral economics.

Mike Earleywine | Senior Vice President, Retail Banking

Mike Earleywine serves as Sr. Vice President, Branch Banking, Small Business and Mortgage of the Consumer Banking Group at First National Bank. Mike oversees our Mortgage, Small Business and Retail Banking offices across the First National footprint in seven states.

Mike began his career with First National of Nebraska in 1991, at a banking subsidiary of the Lauritzen Corporation: At Washington County Bank, he managed the Commercial Lending Department for 13 years and became the Bank President in 2003. In 2007, he had the opportunity to move to First National’s Kansas City Market as President. In 2015, under the newly formed Consumer Banking Group, he was selected to lead both the Mortgage, Small Business and Retail Branch Banking Groups.

Mike serves on the First National Bank of Omaha Board, and is on the Board of Directors for Habitat of Humanity of Omaha. Mike enjoys spending time with family at the lake in North Central Iowa.

Bringing the Omaha Community Together

A successful community offers opportunities to come together in a place of fellowship where they can share cultures, interests, and goals while enriching their lives through access to arts, culture, humanities and athletics. First National Bank is proud to support a wide range of events, community celebrations and organizations that provide diverse experiences for our customers, employees and individuals within our communities. Below are a few local events that we support.

Omaha Performing Arts - An Evening with Rita Moreno

Actress Rita Moreno is both master chef and sommelier for pairing an evening of story with song. The table is set with a full course that includes some of the favorites from the American songbook, Broadway classics, swing, jazz, selections from her album “Una Vez Más” and even rap. At the Holland Performing Arts Center on Nov. 16.

A Christmas Carol

First National Bank is proud to be the presenting sponsor of this traditional holiday classic playing November 16 - December 23, 2018 . Check your October Bank Statement for a special ticket discount offer for First National Bank Customers.

Christmas at Union Station

First National Bank is proud to be the presenting sponsor of this longstanding Omaha tradition. This cherished tradition continues with the region’s largest indoor Christmas tree and an exceptional line-up of family friendly events.

Santa at Regency

First National Bank is proud to be a sponsor of Santa at Regency. Through Christmas Eve, come meet Santa and get your photo! On special days throughout the season, you’ll meet fun characters, hear a story from Mrs. Claus, and get the chance to pet live reindeer!

For J.D. Power 2018 award information, visit jdpower.com/awards.

From MONEY, November 1, 2017 ©2017 Time Inc. MONEY is a registered trademark of Time Inc. and is used under license. MONEY and Time Inc. are not affiliated with, and do not endorse products or services of, First National Bank of Omaha.