Brinkert celebrates 25 years with KCSB

Kalamazoo County State Bank (KCSB) recently congratulated Tiffany Brinkert for her 25 years with the bank.

Brinkert began her career in 1997 as a receptionist and new account representative in the Schoolcraft Branch office. Between 2000 and 2013, she has had several promotions including assistant branch manager and manager of the Vicksburg branch. In 2013, she was promoted to main branch officer in the Schoolcraft office. In 2017, Brinkert worked in the Mattawan branch assisting in training new staff as tellers and new account representatives. In 2018, Brinkert returned again to the Schoolcraft office as deposit operations officer.

“It is a pleasure to congratulate Tiffany on her 25-year anniversary with our bank,” said KCSB President and CEO Scott Hines. “Tiffany has worked in every office of KCSB and knows the intricacies of branch operations and customer relations. She has been an extremely valuable part of our team and is a testament to the loyalty our employees have at KCSB. As we continue to grow our community bank, we value the commitment our employees make to our bank and customers.”

Brinkert is a member of the KCSB Volunteer Committee and has generously participated in many events over the years, including Relay for Life events, Walk to End Alzheimer’s, PTO events and food drives for local food pantries. She has also worked to help support South County Community Services toy drives at Christmas, packed food boxes at Thanksgiving for the Salvation Army, and collected pet supplies for the local ASPC organization.

“After 25 years of service to KCSB, I am most proud to provide our communities and customers with safe and secure banking services, deposits and loans,” Brinkert said. “I have even had customers contact me at home with questions or concerns. I think we have some of the best customers around! I totally enjoy being a community banker.”

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