MutualBank Adds to Team

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MutualBank has named Scott Robinson (pictured) vice president and regional executive. His 20-year tenure began with the former BloomBank organization at the age of 15. Robinson studied electrical engineering at Purdue University. He is also a graduate of The Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Robinson serves as Bloomfield’s Rotary Club treasurer and previously on the Bloomfield Rotary Educational Foundation Scholarship Committee as well as the Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce Board.

Braylen Scott (pictured) has been appointed LPL financial consultant at MutualFinancial Investment Services St. Joseph and Elkhart counties. He specializes in financial services, such as investments, retirement and college planning, IRA rollover service and more. Scott has more than five years of financial services knowledge.He is working towards completion of a bachelor’s degree in finance.

Daniel Cobb has been named vice president, senior commercial banker. He has more than 36 years of community banking. Cobb works from and manages commercial lending in the Indianapolis Metro market. He is a graduate of the Indiana Bankers Association School of Banking, Commercial Lending and Branch Management. He is also a board member of Coburn Place Safe Haven.

Also, Michelle Campbell has been named manager of the Wabash Financial Center. She has more than 12 years of banking experience. Campbell is a graduate of Northfield High School.

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