Centier Bank's Jaggers Retires After Nearly 45 Years

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Centier Bank has announced Darrell Jaggers is retiring. He's a 30-year veteran of the United States Army and joined the bank in 2008, after being recruited from Tower Bank in Fort Wayne. His roles in overseeing successful lending programs in northern Indiana and Indianapolis played a big role in joining Centier, helping facilitate expansion into Michiana, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis.  

“Darrell’s leadership, fortitude, and impact on our growing lending division and new markets will not be forgotten here at Centier,” said Mike Schrage, President and CEO of Centier Bank. “We wish Darrell nothing but happiness in the next stage of his life and thank him for all he has done for our organization.”

He has served on numerous community boards, organizations and projects including the Allen County United Way Board, Allen County/Fort Wayne Historical Society Board, Vincent House Board, Project Renew, Allen County Economic Development Forum, Forum for the Review of Local Government, Leadership Fort Wayne and the College of Business Advisory Board at Purdue University Northwest.

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