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From Local Sources
Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company recently promoted Megan D’Lee Elmore to Vice President, in addition to her current title of Mortgage Loan Officer.
She began her career at Springs Valley in February 2015 and transitioned to mortgage loan officer in early 2017. Prior to joining Springs Valley, she spent 11 years as a licensed nail technician at Illusions Studio in Jasper.
She provides mortgage and consumer lending services to Dubois, Orange, and surrounding counties. Her primary office is located at the Jasper Main Street Banking Center.
Springs Valley recently promoted Susan Richardson to Vice President, in addition to her current title of Senior Mortgage Loan Underwriter.
She began her banking career with Springs Valley in 1995 and has held various positions in the loan department. In addition to her roles in Loan Support, she has been a mortgage and consumer loan officer and now works as an underwriter.
Springs Valley recently promoted Josh Lottes to Assistant Vice President, in addition to his current title of Business Banker.
He joined Springs Valley in 2016 as a commercial analyst and transitioned into his current business banker role in 2019. He services Dubois, Orange, and surrounding counties. His primary office is located at the Valley Banking Center.
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