MutualBank Makes Promotions

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MutualBank has promoted Elizabeth Vera (pictured) to loan counselor for St. Joseph County. She has served in many roles at the bank from a teller, teller supervisor and most recently, relationship banker. Vera volunteers for the local chapter of Junior Achievement, Habitat for Humanity and her church.

Jaqueline Martinez (pictured) has been promoted to western financial center manager. She most recently served as service manager and has been with the bank for nearly five years. Martinez holds a bachelor’s degree from Goshen College, where she majored in English, Spanish and Biology.

Kim Bolt has been promoted to loan counselor. She has been a banker for more than 25 years – 22 with MutualBank. Bolt started as a teller, progressing to relationship banker, service manager and financial center manager.

Also, Juli Eckel has been promoted to vice president of commercial lending. She most recently served as assistant vice president of client relationship banker. Eckel has been with the bank for 12 years and has served clients in various business capacities as the first-ever business services officer, cash management manager and as client relationship banker. She is a graduate of Indiana Bankers Association’s Commercial Lending School and attended Indiana University Fort Wayne.

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