SVB&T announces recent promotionsMay 24, 2021
Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company recently announced new promotions.
Kim Seger was promoted to Assistant Vice President & Mortgage Loan Officer. For more than 10 years, she has been lending to members of the local community for auto and home purchases.
Seger is a 1985 graduate of Jasper High School. She and her husband, Mark, reside in Dubois County. They have two daughters, Charlene Durcholz (husband Patrick Durcholz) and Brittany Friedman (husband Wade Friedman) and one granddaughter Evelyn Durcholz.
She is an active member of the St. Isadore Catholic Parish, St Celestine Grace Co-op, Jasper Kiwanis Club, and The Celestine Community Club. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and the family dog, Zoey, cooking and sewing.
Natalie Smith was promoted to Assistant Vice President & Mortgage Loan Officer.
Smith joined Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company in the Spring of 2019, after six years at Daviess County Economic Development as Project Manager. She has worked with numerous clients within the Daviess County and surrounding area to facilitate dreams of purchasing a new home, refinancing customer’s existing loans and manages construction loans for residential customers. She is the daughter of Dale and Vera Shake of Cumback. She and her husband, Judge Gregory Smith, reside in Daviess County. Natalie and Greg have raised three sons, Brandon, Justin, and Sheldon.
She is actively involved in community activities and serves her community on several boards. She serves on the Westgate@Crane Authority Board of Directors for the last seven years, holding the office of Secretary and Chairperson of their governance committee, the Daviess County Visitors Bureau for the last six years. She also serves on the Daviess County Alcohol and Tobacco Commission. She is a founding member and treasurer for the Washington Community Concert Series and a board member for the Friends of Washington Carnegie Library. She is a member of Our Lady of Hope Church in Washington.
Mallory Wendholt was promoted to Assistant Vice President & Marketing Specialist.
Wendholt began her career at Springs Valley in 2015 as the HR & Marketing Specialist. She transitioned into her marketing-focused role in 2019.
She graduated from Southridge High School and the University of Southern Indiana. She and her husband, Brent, reside in St. Anthony with their two kids, Brynlee, 9, and Jase, 6. She is the Secretary and Board Member for the Tri-County YMCA, the Treasurer and Board Member for Forest Park Youth Sports, a member of the YMI Ladies Auxiliary, and a member of Divine Mercy Parish. Her hobbies include camping, spending time with family and watching her kids participate in their activities.
Tina Martin was promoted to Assistant Vice President in addition to her current role as Financial Advisory Group Operations Manager.
Tina joined Springs Valley in 2013 as a Trust Operations Specialist. She was promoted to Client Advisor in 2018 and transitioned into her current role later that year.
She is a graduate of Heritage Hills High School and the University of Southern Indiana. She received a bachelor's degree in finance with a minor in economics. She has held the designation as an Accredited Trust Operations Professional since 2015.
She and her husband, Kevin, reside in Dubois County. They have three children: Christian Motteler, Cheyanne Motteler, and Calista Martin. Tina is a 2018 graduate of the Dubois County Leadership Academy and currently serves as a CASA for Dubois County. Tina enjoys traveling in her free time.
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