Centier Bank Makes Promotions, Appointments

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Centier Bank has appointed Olivia McGuire (pictured) vice president, commercial lender. She has more than 15 years of commercial banking experience in commercial, commercial real estate and agricultural lending.

Evelyn Price (pictured) has been promoted to vice president, treasury management sales officer for Centier Financial Partners. She has more than 17 years of banking experience.

Erica Eckiss has been promoted to officer, serving as branch manager at the Schererville Strack & Van Til location. She has been with the bank since 2010 and has won Branch of the Year awards for the bank in 2013 and 2016.

Joe Koranek has been promoted to mortgage loan officer, assistant vice president of mortgage lending in Lake County. He previously served as branch manager at the Griffith location. Koranek currently serves as treasurer of the Highland/Griffith Chamber of Commerce as well. He has been with the bank for 17 years.

Brian Wujcik has been named branch manager at its Plymouth branch. He will be responsible for leading the branch team and maximizing growth in the branch.

Jena Schott has been promoted to officer serving in the bank’s Fort Wayne branch. She started at the bank in 2014.

John Matusik has been appointed vice president, director of facilities management. He oversees maintenance support including capital improvement needs, management of renovation and construction project and the development of request-for-proposals for third party facility vendors.

J. Lewis “Lew” King has been hired as mortgage loan officer serving the Fort Wayne community. He is a past president and current member of the board of directors for the Auburn Classic Noon Lions Club and trustee and treasurer of the Indiana Lions Eye Bank.

Gina Gervais has been promoted to officer in the human resource department. She is a senior HR specialist and has worked at the bank for more than 20 years, starting within the retail division before spending the last 16 with HR development.

Larry Nutt has been named mortgage loan originator. He is part of the bank's mortgage team serving Carmel and the central Indiana area. He is a graduate of Huntington University and is a founding member of MIBOR's NextGen, a committee chair on the Hamilton County Division of MIBOR.

Julie Lane has been appointed a senior loan officer. She has more than 20 years of experience in mortgage loan advisement and loan origination.

Amy Lopez-Taylor has been named branch manager, officer for the bank’s Griffith location. She is NMLS Certified and has more than 18 years of banking experience.

Kevin Cahill has been appointed vice president of business banking out of the bank’s Fort Wayne office. He is a seasoned treasury management and business relationship manager.

Jeff Marsee has been named vice president of business banking, based out of the Highland business banking branch. He is a graduate of Michigan State University and is a Class of 2014 Member of Illinois Banker’s Associates Future Leaders Alliance Institute. 

Kristin Mishler has been appointed branch manager of the bank’s future Elkhart-North location, which is set to open in Fall 2018. She has more than 15 years of experience in the financial industry, holding positions in executive, managerial and sales roles.

Also, Maryann McCauley has been appointed vice president, trust officer of the wealth management department. She practiced law for 17 years before joining the bank. McCauley has been a member of the Munster Chamber of Commerce since 2003 where she has served as a board member since 2012 and now serves as secretary. 

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