Schoonmaker, Jennings join Moline pension boards
Moline Mayor Stephanie Acri recently made two appointments to Moline pension boards.
Sixth Ward Alderman Kevin Schoonmaker joined the Fire Pension Board and Quad City Bank and Trust Company Senior Vice President Rick Jennings was added to the Police Pension Board. Both will serve two-year terms, which began May 1 and will last through April 30, 2019.
Schoonmaker has served Moline’s local government since 2009 and won his third reelection bid in April. His work for local government focuses on fiscal responsibility and creating an environment that retains and attracts businesses, according to a release from the city. Schoonmaker plans to promote sound financing and prioritize public safety.
In addition to his work in local government, Schoonmaker is a member of Moline Kiwanis and a board member of Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities. He is the vice president of the BankORION Moline branch, where he also serves as a loan officer.
Jennings heads the trust department of Quad City Bank and Trust Company, which administers $1.4 billion in assets. In his position, he has experience overseeing Taft-Hartley pension and health and welfare plans for area unions, and is charged with managing $413 million of union assets.
Jennings is involved in the local community, serving on the boards of organizations including the Child Abuse Council, Friendship Manor Retirement Village and Seton Dads Club, among others.