Ruth A. Moller|The Miller Press
TRAVIS ANDERBERG is looking forward to taking on duties as a member of Quoin Financial Bank’s board of directors.
Travis Anderberg has been appointed to serve as a member of the Quoin Financial Bank’s board of directors. His first board meeting was January 8. He will fill the seat held by long-time member George Engelmann, who has retired from the board.
When approached to join the board, Anderberg says he went to the Internet to see for sure what a director does.
“Directors are to make sure policies and procedures are followed correctly, making sure the bank is doing its job, and make sure the bank makes responsible investments,” Anderberg said.
Anderberg and wife Angie (Fischer) are both Miller natives and MHS graduates. Anderberg received his doctor of pharmacy degree from South Dakota State University, and the couple returned to Miller to make it their home. They have four children, two boys and two girls, ages three, five, seven and nine.
Come May, he will have been working at Miller Rexall Drug for nine years, and he and Trent Merkwan are co-owners of the business.
Anderberg is “settled in” to Miller as home, and his place of business. The idea of becoming involved with another local business—Quoin Financial Bank—is appealing.
“Before I went into pharmacy, I looked into taking banking and accounting. I’ve been interested in the financial field for a long time,” Anderberg said. “I’m looking forward to serving as a director.”
Anderberg is also a director on the On-Hand Development Corporation board, is a member of the Miller Booster Club, the Miller Golf Course, is an elder at First Presbyterian Church, and coaches youth sports.