Bob Weiss’ banking career spans forty-five years. Thirty-five years as CEO of community banks in suburban Minneapolis. Bob was selected as the Banker of the Year for 2004 by the financial magazine Northwestern Financial. That year he was also given the  – Pick of the Litter – Executive Leadership Award from Minnesota Business Magazine.



Baxter Stephenson is a 25-year veteran of manufacturing in the Greater Minneapolis area of Minnesota. His tenure includes, most recently, 19 years at Fraser Steel Company, specializing in tube fabrication. Stephenson is a committed and hard-working executive leader who has risen through the ranks to President & CEO of the company. Stephenson’s education includes a B.S. in Finance and an M.B.A. in International Business, both from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. Stephenson’s charitable interests include supporting our veterans, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, feeding starving children around the globe, and his local church. Stephenson is married with three children. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and spending time at the lake with his family.

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Micah Fink has spent 10 years in the Navy SEAL Teams, both active duty and reserves. He conducted operations involving land and undersea mobility platforms in USPACOM, USCENTCOM, and a National Tasking deployment, which earned him numerous awards—including the Bronze Star.  Also, Micah spent 4 years as a private military contractor where he conducted paramilitary security operations in some of the world’s most dangerous areas.  Micah is an avid outdoorsman, hunter and skier, a sponsored free diver, tactical athlete, and Ironman. His experience, expertise, and passion for helping people is reflected in his devotion to the Heroes and Horses program.  Micah is married and has four children. Micah Fink currently serves as Executive Director for Heroes and Horses