Louis Salow and Dawn Ransom named FSB vice presidents
by Patrice Johnson
Louis Salow and Dawn Ransom were appointed to positions of Assistant Vice President at Farmers State Bank, Chairman and CEO Craig M. Goodlock announced on April 24.
Salow, now Assistant Vice President – Credit Administrator, joined the bank January 24, 2011, and has extensive commercial and mortgage lending experience. Salow, a Stockbridge schools graduate, earned his bachelor’s degree in economics and professional management from Albion College’s Carl A. Gerstacker Liberal Arts Institute for Professional Management. He is a member of the 2018 senior class of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin—Madison.
Salow lives with his wife and three children in the rural Stockbridge area.
Dawn Ransom, appointed to Assistant Vice-President—Retail Operations, started her career at Farmers State Bank as a teller almost 15 years ago. During that time she has been active on the Stockbridge Chamber of Commerce, A Day in the Village in Stockbridge, and Stockbridge Community Schools. Ransom, also a Stockbridge schools graduate, holds a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Michigan University and is enrolled in the MBA Perry Schools of Banking. Ransom resides in the Stockbridge area with her husband and three children.
FSB Vice President Laurie Goodlock said, “We’re very proud of our ability to hire great people who were born and raised in this area. Both Dawn and Louis graduated from Stockbridge High School and have a strong bond within our community.”
Farmers State Bank, founded in 1922, is independently owned and operated with locations in Munith, Stockbridge, and Grass Lake.