SVB&T announces promotionsJune 3, 2014
From local sources
JASPER — Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company has promoted Sandy Hemmerlein of Jasper to vice president in addition to her trust office role, Greg Matheis of Jasper to assistant vice president in addition to his role as a commercial lender and retail lending team leader and Lisa Messmer of Huntingburg to assistant vice president in addition to her retail lender role.
Hemmerlein, who joined Springs Valley in June 2012 as trust officer, continues to administer trust accounts, assist with estate planning issues, ensure compliance with laws and regulations and develop and maintain relationships with referral sources as well as potential and current customers.
Prior to Springs Valley, Hemmerlein was the City of Jasper attorney for 11 years. She holds a doctorate of jurisprudence and a bachelor of arts in political science from Indiana University.
Matheis joined Springs Valley in 2013 and works closely with commercial customers to review their financial needs, with eyesight on business growth. In February 2014, Matheis shifted into the commercial lender and retail lending team leader position, assuming the added responsibility of overseeing the management, direction and development of the retail lending department. Prior to Springs Valley, Matheis was a financial center manager at Fifth Third Bank and received the Fifth Third President’s Award in 2010 and 2011. Matheis holds a bachelor of science in accounting from the University of Indianapolis and is a board member of Habitat for Humanity of Dubois County.
Messmer began her career at Springs Valley in March 2004 as a teller and in 2007 transferred to the loan area. In 2010, she advanced to the retail lending position. Messmer attended Vincennes University Jasper Campus and serves as a board director with Mentors for Youth of Dubois County.
Springs Valley Bank & Trust has three locations in Dubois and Orange counties.
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