Old National Adds Two to Board

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Ryan Kitchell and Tom Salmon Ryan Kitchell and Tom Salmon

Old National Bancorp has elected Ryan Kitchell and Thomas Salmon to its board of directors. Kitchell serves as executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Indiana University Health where he previously served as chief financial officer since 2012. He served as president of IU Health Plans from 2011 to 2012 and treasurer of Indiana University Health from 2010 to 2011. Before joining IU health, Kitchell served under former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, first as public finance director and then as director of the Office of Management and Budget.

He earned an economics degree from Indiana University, an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. Kitchell serves as a director on several boards including the Indiana Sports Corp., Mitch Daniels Leadership Foundation, Boy Scouts of America Crossroads Council, the Indiana Motorsports Commission, the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce and NICO Corp.

Salmon has more than 20 years of manufacturing experience and serves as chairman and CEO of Berry Global Inc. where he was appointed to the board of directors in 2017. He has been with the company since 2003 and most recently served as Berry Global’s president and chief operating officer. Prior to Berry Global Salmon was with Honeywell Plastics, Allied Signal’s Engineering Plastics and Films and GE Plastics and GE Lighting, divisions of General Electric. Salmon holds a bachelor’s in business administration from Saint Bonaventure University in Western New York.

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