Being the first woman bank President in Lincoln and Omaha led to many opportunities in community service. Leading the Nebraska and American Bankers Associations made me a better banker and much more aware of the responsibilities that are involved in safeguarding depositors' funds.
My family now has four generations represented at Wyuka. I've had the opportunity to travel to many countries and I'm always proud of my Midwest heritage. Lincoln and Cornhusker Bank have given me many opportunities for personal growth over my lifetime. I hope my seven grandchildren will find their lives equally challenging and rewarding.
Cornhusker Bank, Member of the Board, Lincoln, NE, 1997-present
Cornhusker Bank, President/CEO and Chairman of the Board, Lincoln, NE, 1993-1996
Cornhusker Bank, President/CEO and Secretary of the Board, Lincoln, NE, 1975-1992
Foundation Director, First Nebraska Trust Co.
Cornhusker Bank, Vice President, Lincoln, NE, 1964-1975
First National Bank, Richmond, MO, 1965
Central Bank, Cashier, Central City, NE, 1959-1964
Farmers State Bank, Cashier, Davey, NE, 1953-1959
University of Wisconsin School of Banking, 1978
University of Nebraska, MA, 1955
Harvard/Radcliff Program in Business Administration, 1953
University of Nebraska, BS, 1952
Lincoln High School, Lincoln, NE, 1948
Husband: Marcus (deceased)
Children: Dawn Dittman, John Frampton Dittman, Douglas Scott Dittman