Ixonia Bank has named Steve Marquardt a retail lender. He brings with him over 10 years of experience in the banking and lending industry. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
“Ixonia Bank is very proud to have Steve join our team. Steve has prided himself on listening to the needs of his customers and then guiding them to the programs that best fit their goals and financial situation,” stated Dan Westrope, CEO of Ixonia Bank. The addition of Steve is a great example of how the Bank continues to build its team of mortgage lending professionals and solidifies itself as a market leader.”
He has resided in the Lake Mills area for the last 15 years. His family includes his wife Hope and three children; Shawn, Kayleigh and Lily. In his free time he enjoys spending it with his family, including hiking at Devils Lake, fishing and trips to the movies. He is a diehard Packer fan and enjoys following local car racing as well as NASCAR.
Marquardt will be based out of the Bank’s Watertown South office located at 1725 S Church St, Watertown, WI 53094. However, Steve is available to meet with customers at any of the other Ixonia Bank locations which include; Watertown East, Ixonia, Dousman, Hartland, and Oconomowoc. He will also be available by appointment to meet outside the bank locations to accommodate customer’s schedules.
Education: Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
W1046 Marietta Ave.
Ixonia, WI 53036
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