Schneider joins Springs Valley Bank boardsFebruary 28, 2019
From Local Sources
FRENCH LICK — SVB&T Corporation, the parent company of Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company, has named Robert “Bob” Schneider to the Board of Directors of both entities as of Feb. 12.
“Bob Schneider is home-grown talent with executive level manufacturing experience who will bring added strength in the areas of commercial business and finance,” said Jamie Shinabarger, president and CEO of Springs Valley. “We welcome his knowledge of the greater Jasper community, as well as the skillset that he possesses, to our already accomplished and diverse Community Bank Board of Directors.”
In his new role, Schneider will join the current directors to oversee Springs Valley through a wide variety of tasks, including the establishment of policies and objectives, the appointment and review of executive positions, and the approval of annual budgets.
Schneider is retired as chairman of the board and CEO of Kimball International Inc. He was previously chief financial officer of Kimball International. Before joining Kimball, he was with the public accounting firm Deloitte, Haskins & Sells in Cincinnati.
Schneider and his wife, Ann, reside in Jasper and have two children: John and Emily (Adam) Messmer. Bob is an active member of Precious Blood Church and enjoys the outdoors and traveling.
SVB&T Corporation’s headquarters are in French Lick and the company has administrative offices in Jasper.
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