Bank of Washington Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. recently announced the promotion of Doris Feldmann to senior vice president loan operations and loan compliance.

Feldmann has over 41 years of experience with the Bank of Washington and has served in several areas of the bank, including bookkeeping, teller, loan department, loan compliance and most recently as vice president of loan operations.

She is a graduate of St. Francis Borgia High School and has attended East Central College, the American Institute of Banking and numerous loan compliance schools.

“The Bank of Washington is very fortunate to have Doris Feldmann as a part of our family,” said bank President Louis B. “Buzz” Eckelkamp III.

“The dedication she exemplifies is beyond anything we could ask for in an employee and her knowledge with loan compliance is incredible,” he said. “We are very pleased to promote her to the position of senior vice president.”

Feldmann is a member of St. John the Baptist Parish, Villa Ridge. She has served as an officer of the Home and School Association at St. John’s and has served as a school board member of St. Francis Borgia Regional High School.

Additionally, she was involved with the dinner auction for many years at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School and has volunteered with various charitable organizations through the Bank of Washington.

Feldmann and her husband, Joe, reside in Villa Ridge. They have five children: Kimberly, Amanda, Melissa, Kyle and Jeanna; and three grandchildren: Jase, Lucas and Kelsey.

The Bank of Washington is the oldest and largest community bank in Franklin County, serving the community for over 135 years, and offering banking seven days a week at its branch located inside Schnucks in Washington.

In addition to six convenient branch facilities located throughout Washington, Gray Summit and Villa Ridge, the Bank of Washington also provides online banking, mobile banking and 14 ATMs throughout Washington, Marthasville, New Haven, Villa Ridge and Gray Summit.