Calumet Bank is proud to announce the promotion of Tracy Van Norman to the position of Columbus City President. Van Norman joined the Bank in 2017 as a commercial lender, and will now assume the position as market leader for Columbus.
Calumet Bank Names Tracy Van Norman as First Vice President
Calumet Bank is proud to announce that Tracy Van Norman has joined its senior management team in Columbus as First Vice President. Mr. Van Norman will be responsible for managing client relationships and new business for the Bank’s growing commercial lending division.
“I look forward to working closely with Regional President Mike Mann and the entire Calumet team as we honor our vision of being the best provider of financial solutions to families and owner-managed businesses,” said Mr. Van Norman.
Mr. Van Norman is a 34-year banking veteran who joins Calumet from Southern States Bank in Columbus. He specializes in business development and commercial lending, including SBA 7(a) and 504 loans. Van Norman also brings extensive experience in mortgages and consumer lending.
A native of Biloxi, Van Norman attended the University of Southern Mississippi and completed studies at the ABA National Compliance School and the ABA National Commercial Lending School, both at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
Community-centered Van Norman resides with his wife Beth in LaGrange. He serves as immediate past president of the Rotary Club of North Columbus. He’s also held leadership roles on the board of directors of LaGrange/Troup County Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Troup and Leadership Columbus. When he’s not at Calumet Bank, you can find him on the golf course or training for an upcoming marathon. (He’s a veteran of both the Chicago and New York City marathons.)
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