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Wells Fargo Celebrates Arizona Teacher of the Year

Wells Fargo is honoring Arizona’s Teacher of the Year on its ATMs across the state.  For the month of September most of Wells Fargo’s 541 ATMs in Arizona will feature a screen congratulating 2013 Teacher of the Year, Nancie Lindblom. Wells Fargo’s ATM customers will see a picture of Lindblom and some details about her teaching achievements.

“Teachers are the backbone of our community and we believe it’s important to celebrate the great teachers who encourage, support and inspire great achievements from their students,” said Pam Conboy, lead regional president for Wells Fargo in Arizona. “We congratulate Nancie Lindblom and thank all of our Arizona teachers for their service. Our entire community benefits from their work, and we want to show our appreciation by honoring one of Arizona’s best.”

Lindblom teaches 11th and 12th grade American History and Government at Skyline High School in Mesa.  She has been an educator for 18 years.  Lindblom earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Studies Education from Northern Arizona University. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in American History and Government from Ashland University and will graduate in May 2014.

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Wells Fargo Celebrates Arizona Teacher of the Year

Wells Fargo is honoring Arizona’s Teacher of the Year on its ATMs across the state. For the month of September most of Wells Fargo’s 544 ATMs in Arizona will feature a screen congratulating 2012 Teacher of the Year Kristie Martorelli. Wells Fargo’s ATM users can learn more about Martorelli’s teaching achievements by simply pressing a button on the screen.

“Teachers are the backbone of our community and we believe it’s important to celebrate the great teachers who encourage, support and inspire great results from their students,” said Pam Conboy, lead regional president for Wells Fargo Arizona. “We congratulate Kristie Martorelli for her accomplishment and thank all Arizona teachers for their service. Our entire community benefits from their work, and we want to show our appreciation by honoring one of Arizona’s best.”

Martorelli teaches English at Thompson Ranch Elementary School in the Dysart Unified School District in El Mirage, Ariz. She has been an educator for 11 years. Martorelli earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with an ESL endorsement from Arizona State University and two master’s degrees, in education administration and curriculum and instruction with an emphasis on Language Arts from the University of Phoenix.