Centier Bank Appoints VP

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Centier Bank has promoted Anthony Contrucci to vice president of community and business development. He is a member of the 5th generation of Schrage family management and leadership, will work closely with Lake and Porter County communities to integrate and align philanthropy, financial wellness, and Community Reinvestment Act initiatives. As a seasoned banker, Contrucci is coordinating strategic marketing initiatives to assist businesses and communities further by unlocking financial needs, goals, and objectives, and facilitating introductions with other key personnel to provide financial solutions in Northwest Indiana. Contrucci joined Centier Bank in 2011. Since then, he has worked as director of investment services and as a strategic products consultant. In addition, he has shared his passion for financial literacy by developing and hosting Money$ense, a public television series designed to educate the public on personal financial issues and financial wellness. The series, produced by Lakeshore Public Media and the Plan Sponsor Council of America, was a pivotal role for Contrucci as a financial literacy ambassador and public figure, and introduced him to the mass outreach potential for financial wellness and Centier Bank. He currently serves as a capital campaign cabinet member for the Boys & Girls Club of Porter County.

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