Shown meeting with Iowa congressmen are (top left photo): (left) Rep. Dave Maxwell (R-Dist. 76) and Mike Geiger, Vice President with County Bank in Sigourney; (top center photo): (L-R) Dave Caris, CEO-Community Bankers of Iowa, Senator Roby Smith (R-Dist 47), Jay Johnson, 1st Vice President-Quad City Bank & Trust (OCB&T) in Bettendorf, Mark Kilmer-QCB&T Board Chair, Chuck Topinka-Board Chair, Keystone Savings Bank in Keystone; (top right photo): (left) Rep. Lee Hein (R-Dist. 96) and Aaron Zumbach, Market President with Fidelity Bank & Trust in Anamosa. Click each photo to see larger.
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