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Hunter named VP of Bell Bank in Detroit Lakes

Nate Hunter and his wife, Gretchen, live in Detroit Lakes and have five children.

Nate Hunter has joined Bell Bank in Detroit Lakes as vice president/ag commercial banker.
Nate Hunter has joined Bell Bank in Detroit Lakes as vice president/ag commercial banker.
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DETROIT LAKES — Nate Hunter has joined Bell Bank in Detroit Lakes as vice president and ag commercial banker.

In his role, Hunter provides loans to business and agriculture customers, gaining an understanding of their industry, operations and lending needs as he builds a long-term banking relationship.

Originally from Fargo, Hunter earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Concordia College in Moorhead. He started his career in 2003 as a credit analyst and worked his way into lending.

Hunter and his wife, Gretchen, live in Detroit Lakes and have five children.

Founded in 1966 in Fargo, Bell Bank is one of the nation’s largest family- and employee-owned banks, with full-service banking locations in Minnesota, North Dakota and Arizona and more than $10 billion in assets. The company provides a broad range of financial services, including personal and commercial banking, wealth management, mortgage and insurance.

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