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SVP / STO-Trust, Investments & Brokerage Manager

Thomas E. Johanns

Thomas E. Johanns

Thomas E. Johanns


Thomas E. Johanns

Job Title:

Senior Vice President – Senior Trust Officer
Trust, Investments & Brokerage Manager

Where did you grow up?

New Haven, Iowa

What year did you begin your career at Two Rivers Bank & Trust?


Can you please explain your current role?

I serve as the Senior Trust Officer and am the Department Manager for Wealth Management. I am responsible for the strategic direction, safety, audit and accountability of Two Rivers Wealth Management.

Leading up to your current job, what other experience do you have related to the banking industry?

I began my career in 1999, which has provided experience as a Portfolio Manager, Trust Officer and Trust Department Manager.

Do you have any special certificates / awards or designations?

I received my B.S. from Iowa State University, am a Graduate of the Cannon Trust School from Cannon Financial Institute and earned the Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS®) designation from the College for Financial Planning.

Please highlight your community involvement.

My interests include helping with the Special Olympics, and actively participating with and supporting the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School. Locally, I support the following organizations either as a board member or special consultant: King’s Daughters, Hope Haven, Southeastern Community College, Des Moines County Community Foundation and Burlington Notre Dame Schools.

What do you enjoy most about your role at Two Rivers Bank & Trust?

I enjoy working with and helping our clients, but I also enjoy the strength, stability, management and owners of our bank. I have wonderful people in my department that I honestly enjoy seeing on a daily basis. Our organization is committed to serving our community in a positive way, but we are also committed to our employees.

What does being a good neighbor mean to you?

It means doing the right things consistently. Treating people how they want to be treated. An individual or group may not want to be treated the same way that I want to be treated, so being a good neighbor means finding how they want to be treated and acting accordingly.

Contact: 319-753-9137