[FREEPORT, IL – April 27, 2021] – Freeport Community Foundation (FCF) announces the addition of Matt Moyer of Citizens State Bank (CSB) to its Board of Directors, effective April 1, 2022. Moyer, who has served as a Community At-Large representative on the Foundation’s Grants Committee since 2019, is eligible to serve two, consecutive three-year terms on the FCF Board.
“We are pleased to welcome Matt Moyer to the FCF Board of Directors,” said Andrea Schultz Winter, FCF Board President. “Matt brings a wealth of both financial and non-profit Board experience to our organization. He will be very valuable in expanding the Foundation’s growth and furthering the FCF’s mission to empower non-profits to develop solutions that help northwest Illinois communities thrive.”
Moyer is a 2007 graduate of Dakota (IL) High School. After high school, Moyer attended Highland Community College for 2 years prior to transferring to Illinois State University. Moyer graduated from ISU in May 2012 with a degree in Finance and returned to the area to work for Citizens State Bank. He began his career working as a credit analyst in the organization’s Lena, IL office. In 2014, Moyer became a Loan Officer focusing on commercial and residential mortgage loans, working out of CSB’s Freeport location. Moyer also serves as the Finance Committee Chair for the Freeport Salvation Army and is a commissioner for the Freeport Planning Commission. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing and spending time with family.
Moyer joins the current FCF Board of Directors roster: President Andrea Schultz Winter with Greater Freeport Partnership; Vice President Kim Rampenthal with Solutions Bank; Treasurer Jenny Blocker with The Benning Group; Past President Brad Stewart with Savant Wealth Management; Richard J. Hauser of Hauser Law LLC; Cindy Foley with The Workshop, Galena; Yvette Sellers with Northern Illinois Food Bank; Stephen Spyrison, DDS/retired; and Andrew Stewart with The Lucas Group.
Freeport Community Foundation has a 47-year history as a community-based charitable organization guided by community leaders who are dedicated to providing financial solutions for current and future community needs. During that time, the FCF has awarded over $3.6 million in grant funding to non-profit organizations and projects throughout northwest Illinois. For additional information or to schedule a media opportunity, please contact the FCF at either (815) 801-3035 or via email at [email protected].
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