MainSource Bank CEO to Retire

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(Image courtesy of MainSource Bank) (Image courtesy of MainSource Bank)

The president and chief executive officer of Greensburg-based MainSource Bank is retiring. Daryl Tressler has served in various roles for MainSource Financial Group Inc. (Nasdaq: MSFG) since 1973. MainSource Bank includes 90 branches in four states and controls approximately $4 billion in assets.

MainSource Financial Group CEO Archie Brown says "Daryl is an extremely talented banker who has been a strong and steady leader in our company and in our community. We have been fortunate to have Daryl work for us for his whole career. As a respected leader of the company, Daryl has made a lifelong impact on many employees as well as community and professional colleagues. We will miss Daryl's leadership and contribution and we wish him great health and much happiness in his retirement. Please join MainSource Bank in congratulating Daryl Tressler on his retirement."

Tressler is a Decatur County native and graduate of the University of Indianapolis. His final day will be December 31.

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