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July 24, 2008: Western Bank Elects Robert Whitlock to its Board of Directors

St. Paul, MN. (July 24, 2008). Western Bank is pleased to announce that Robert Whitlock has been elected to Western Bank’s Board of Directors. Mr. Whitlock received his JD from the University of Minnesota. He is of counsel to Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. having actively practiced in financial services and corporate law from 1965 to 2005. He has lectured frequently throughout the region and is listed in THE BEST LAWERS IN AMERICA.

“Western Bank is fortunate to have someone with as much experience as Bob’s on our board,” noted Julie Sands Causey, Chairman. “Not only is his insight and legal experience in Financial Services and Corporate Law invaluable, but he also brings a wonderful perspective with him from serving on other boards in the past.”

When asked about his new role at Western Bank Whitlock replied, “Western Bank has always been looked up to in the industry as the leader in providing services to growing businesses in its business community and I am very proud to be associated with this organization.”

About Western Bank
Founded in 1915, Western Bank is an independent, community bank dedicated to meeting the specialized needs of businesses and offering a full range of services to all of our customers. The bank has six geographically dispersed locations serving customers throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The corporate office still serves the original St. Paul, Minnesota neighborhood in which it started, with other offices in Edina, Maplewood, Minneapolis, Mounds View and Oakdale. Western Bank has assets of approximately $350 million and provides a full line of banking services to businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals. Western Bank has always found ways to help customers, to improve the quality of life in our communities, to return profit to shareholders and to care for its employees. Visit www.western-bank.com for more information.

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