MutualBank Adds to Team

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Patty Wheeler and Adam Sewell Patty Wheeler and Adam Sewell

MutualBank has named Patty Wheeler (pictured) vice president, commercial banker. She has more than 28 years of banking experience – 17 of which were dedicated to business clients. Wheeler is a former board president for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Elkhart County. She also partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Goshen, where she taught photography and conducted a large, photography project for the corporate office.

Adam Sewell (pictured) has been appointed financial center manager of the Albany location. His professional experience consists of more than 10 years in the banking industry, including operations, collections, and commercial floor plan audits. Sewell brings another decade of management experience in the environments of construction, office, and retail. He will soon graduate from Indiana Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He is a youth group leader and mentor at his church and volunteers with Secret Families of Delaware and Randolph Counties.

Also, Kelham Brown has joined SummitMortgage, a subsidiary of MutualBank, as a loan originator on the Allen County team. He will specialize in first-time and move up buyers. In June 2021, Brown will earn a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Purdue University, Fort Wayne.

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