Former judge joins Mayville Savings Bank board of directors
MAYVILLE -- Rick Larson, president and CEO of Mayville Savings Bank, recently announced the addition of John R. Storck to the bank’s board of directors.
“We’re honored to have John join us. He’s a community leader as well as someone who knows the local families and businesses in the markets we serve,” Larson said. “Along with this, John is a gentleman and someone who exemplifies the purpose behind Mayville Savings Bank.”
Storck served for 22 years as circuit court judge for Dodge County Branch II. He was first appointed by Gov. Tommy Thompson in 1994, re-elected four times and retired in October 2016. He is a graduate of Mayville High School, UW-Madison and Harvard Law School.
At this time, Storck serves as a reserve circuit court judge for multiple counties as needed.
Storck, a lifelong resident of Mayville, and his wife, Paula, are the parents of three adult children and four grandchildren.
When asked about his recent election to the Mayville Savings Bank, Storck said, “I am proud to join the bank’s board as I feel that Mayville Savings and I share a common mission: as a mutual bank without stockholders, that sole purpose of the bank is to benefit the citizens of Mayville and its surrounding markets. We share in a common belief of giving back to the community and affording future generations the opportunities we were provided.”
Mayville Savings Bank was founded in 1922 as a mutual building and loan association. Located at 200 S. Main St. in Mayville, the bank has assets in excess of $62 million and remains as it was founded 97 years ago; owned by depositors to promote saving and to assist with a full array of lending services for individuals and businesses in the local markets.