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First National of Nebraska president to retire

Daniel O'Neill — First National of Nebraska Inc.'s president and First National Bank of Omaha's president and chairman — will retire on March 31, KETV (Omaha, Neb.) reported Jan. 25.

In 1981, O'Neill joined Lauritzen Corp., which currently holds a 34.22% interest in First National of Nebraska. He began serving as president of First National of Nebraska in 2001 and as president of First National Bank of Omaha in 2009, according to the report.

Following O'Neill's retirement, Clark Lauritzen will serve as president of First National of Nebraska, and president and chairman of First National Bank of Omaha, the report added. According to the bank's website, Lauritzen joined First National Bank in 2003 and now serves as head of First National of Nebraska's wealth management and investment banking group, and a director First National of Nebraska and First National Bank of Omaha.