Muehlenbein set to retire from Tri-County Bank and Trust
ROACHDALE — Citing a mix of “regret but warm wishes,” Tri-County Bank and Trust has announced the retirement of Executive Vice President Debbie App Muehlenbein.
Muehlenbein first came to work at Tri-County Bank right out of high school in 1972 and was hooked on banking from the very beginning.
Over the 40 years of working for Tri-County, she has worked in data processing, as a teller, branch manager, loan clerk, loan operations, then loan officer. In 2004 she was promoted to bank operations and in January 2017 to executive vice president.
A native of northern Putnam County, Debbie is a 1972 graduate of North Putnam High School. She is married to Jim Muehlenbein and has three adult sons.
“We are delighted, but at the same time saddened, to announce Debbie’s retirement after 40 years of commitment to Tri-County Bank. Her attention to detail and devotion to Tri-County Bank’s success has made her such as asset to us,” bank officials said in a statement. “We are very excited for Debbie and she will be greatly missed.”
Tri-County will host an open house for Muehlenbein from 3-6 p.m. Thursday, June 28, her last day, at the Roachdale office located at 18 E Washington St.
The public is invited to join the bank staff and board in extending good wishes to Debbie in her new endeavors.