The Farmers Bank Makes Appointments, Promotion

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The Farmers Bank has promoted Ashley Roose (pictured) to branch manager of the Fishers office. She started as a teller/customer service representative at the bank in 2010 and most recently served as assistant branch manager at the Noblesville office. 

Carol Ewing has been appointed branch manager for the Mulberry office. She has more than 13 years of experience in banking. Ewing has worked as a teller, customer service representative and teller supervisor. Most recently, she served as an assistant branch manager. Ewing graduated from Jefferson High School and studied business at Purdue University and Ivy Tech.

Also, Dan Lahrman (pictured) has been elected to the bank's board of directors. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University in West Lafayette. Lahrman began his career in agriculture in 1977 as part owner/operator of Lahrman Farms, located in Mulberry, a diverse family owned livestock and grain farm he operated with his father, Joe Lahrman and brother, Gary Lahrman. He is currently president of Daniel Lahrman Farms Inc.

Lahrman is a current board member of Clinton County Farm Bureau Inc., board member of Partners in Progress, Agri-Business representative of the North Central Indiana Regional Planning Council, and member of Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. He has also served on Ross Township Board, Fire Protection Board, Purdue County Extension Board and was a charter board member of Rossville Schools Foundation.

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