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First State Bank Southwest adds Dahlquist to mortgage team

WORTHINGTON -- First State Bank Southwest has hired Adam Dahlquist as a mortgage officer. Dahlquist will be responsible for originating, processing and closing mortgage loans for the bank. He brings 17 years of banking experience, most recently w...

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WORTHINGTON - First State Bank Southwest has hired Adam Dahlquist as a mortgage officer.

Dahlquist will be responsible for originating, processing and closing mortgage loans for the bank. He brings 17 years of banking experience, most recently with Citibank in Sioux Falls, S.D.

“We are extremely excited to have Adam bring his talents to our organization and join our Mortgage Lending team,” said Greg Raymo, First State Bank Southwest President/CEO. “His strong passion for helping people reach and attain their goals in homeownership will make Adam a great fit.

“Partnering Adam up with Jordan Huisken will allow our Mortgage Department to handle the increased volume of applications we have been experiencing recently,” Raymo added. “We will be able to pre-approve more applicants quicker and accelerate turnaround time from application to closing.”

“I’m thankful for the opportunity to join an already successful mortgage team at First State Bank Southwest,” Dahlquist said. “We have an array of mortgage programs and products to help applicants obtain their dream of home ownership.”

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Dahlquist obtained his A.A. Degree from Minnesota West in Worthington. He has a bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, and an MBA from the University of Sioux Falls. Dahlquist is involved in the Noon Kiwanis Club and very active in American Lutheran Church.

Dahlquist and his wife, Laurie, who is employed at Prairie Elementary, moved to Worthington with their two children, Avery and Emily, in 2014. They enjoy family time boating on Lake Okabena.

 

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