Bredvick, Hedgecock, and Thieszen Elected to MNB Board of Directors


McCook National Bank is pleased to announce the election of Tom Bredvick, Norm Hedgecock and Todd Thieszen to the Board of Directors.

“We are extremely excited to welcome these individuals to the board,” said Chairman Mark Graff. “Each of these new board members have a long association with MNB and truly understand our deep commitment to the communities we serve. We welcome their knowledge, experience and innovative vision, and look forward to their contributions to the board.”

Bredvick grew up in Culbertson and received a degree in business administration from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, passed the CPA exam and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking. He currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at McCook National Bank where he has been serving in the accounting department for 21 years. In the community, Bredvick has been a volunteer for youth baseball, the Relay for Life and the
United Way. He currently serves as president of the McCook Public School Board and is active in Optimist Club and the United Methodist Church.

Hedgecock is a certified public accountant and a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a master’s degree in business administration. He is a retired partner of BKD LLP in Lincoln and was previously employed by McCarthy Group, Inc. Hedgecock has served on the UNL School of Accountancy Board of Trustees and the Bryan LGH Health System Board and is currently serving on the University of Nebraska Foundation Board and the Foundation for Lincoln Public Schools.

Thieszen is a native of Henderson and received a degree in finance from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and graduated from the University of Colorado Graduate School of Banking. Thieszen brings to the board 24 years of experience in agricultural lending, the past 14 of those years being at McCook National Bank where he currently serves as Executive Vice President and Business Banking Manager. Thieszen is active in the United Methodist Church, the Red Willow County Rodeo Committee and the Colorado Reined Cowhorse Association. He has served on the YMCA Board and currently serves as a 4-H leader and treasurer of the Community Hospital Board.

McCook National Bank is proud to be a family-owned bank, serving local families, farms, businesses and communities since 1907. MNB provides customers with local decisions, personal service and financial strength and stability.