Edward Kinney, SVP, Commercial Lending
Ed Kinney has more than 25 years of experience as a commercial lender and is well-versed with all facets of commercial & industrial and asset-based lending. His real estate lending experience encompasses construction, land and condominium development, single and multi-family residential, office, retail, warehouse and industrial.
Ed is active in his community, currently as a member of the Madison Development Corporation Venture/ Debt Fund Loan Committee; serving the City of Fitchburg as its Vice Chair of Plan Commission, Chair of Agricultural & Rural Affairs Committee, and Representative to Capitol Area Sustainable Communities; acting as the Enrollment Coordinator for the Fireflies 4-H Club; and serving as the Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity Wisconsin Chapter Vice President & Treasurer of House Corporation, and Alumni Association Treasurer.
Ed graduated with a B.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Business, and is a graduate of Edgewood High School in Madison.
Thomas Lyons, AVP, Business Banking
Tom Lyons has over 7 years of experience in the financial services industry, and has been Settlers bank AVP, Business Banking for more than five years. Tom focuses on providing excellent customer service and expert advice to his clients and prospects.
He was featured among In Business Magazine’s 2013 Class of 40 Under 40, and is a former Eagle Scout. Tom is a Paul Harris Fellow member of the DeForest Area Rotary Club, having served as its past President.
Tom is active in his community serving as a Director of 6:8, where he is Board Treasurer. He is a volunteer at The Road Home, and is the Treasurer for Cub Scout Pack 248.
Tom holds a B.A. degree in Economics and Sociology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison
Brooke Tiedt, Treasury Management Officer
Brooke Tiedt joined Settlers bank in 2012 bringing 10 years of treasury management and nearly 18 years of financial industry experience. Brooke provides businesses with a full range of treasury management solutions helping them to optimize working capital and improve operational efficiency. She is currently pursuing her ACH Professional (AAP) accreditation from the National Automated Clearing House Association.
Brooke is active in our community, co-leading an area Girl Scout troop.