I’m Matt Spanbauer. I’ve lived in southeastern Idaho my entire life. I grew up in Blackfoot where I attended Blackfoot High School. Once I completed my education at Blackfoot high, I attended Idaho State University where I graduated with my Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. I’ve had careers ranging from the cell phone industry to insurance to where I’m at now at Idaho Central Credit Union. At ICCU, I am the Member Relationship Manager, which means that I work with a team who is tasked with engaging Idaho Central’s membership on a deeper level.
On a personal level, I am married to my amazing wife, Lori Spanbauer, who moved here from Grand Junction, Colorado. We have two small children, Natalie and Cooper. We recently moved to Pocatello from Blackfoot. We’re currently in the process of building a new home in the Satterfield area. Lori, too, works for ICCU and is the Vice President of the board at Gateway Habitat for Humanity. In addition to my work and my family, I enjoy an entrepreneurial spirit. Lori and I have started investing in real estate through the use of short term rentals. Additionally, I own and operate a laser engraving business, Spanbauer’s Laser Images (SLI). With SLI, I’ve been involved with several community projects. A few that are more notable are the Victims of Domestic Violence benches throughout Blackfoot, the redwood benches at the Fremont County Golf Course and the redwood benches and plaque at Johnny Sack’s Cabin in Island Park, Idaho.