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Waugh named ag industry specialist for Wells Fargo in Mitchell

Katie Waugh has joined Wells Fargo's business banking team as an ag industry specialist in Mitchell. In her new role, Waugh works with agribusiness customers to help meet their deposit, cash management and credit needs. Waugh began her Wells Farg...

Katie Waugh has joined Wells Fargo's business banking team as an ag industry specialist in Mitchell.

In her new role, Waugh works with agribusiness customers to help meet their deposit, cash management and credit needs.

Waugh began her Wells Fargo career in 2009 with Wells Fargo Financial in Sioux Falls. She then became an underwriter and claims specialist for Rural Community Insurance Services, a Wells Fargo subsidiary providing crop insurance. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Waugh worked for Syngenta Seed in Ames, Iowa.

An Avoca, Iowa, native who grew up on a family farm, Waugh holds an associate's degree from Iowa Western Community College. She is based at Wells Fargo's 403 N. Lawler St. location in Mitchell.

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