IU East welcomes largest incoming class
Richmond, Ind. - The number of students enrolled at Indiana University East is again on the increase this fall. The campus welcomed its largest incoming class, and one of its most diverse, when classes started August 20.
The campus has a fall headcount enrollment of 3,722 students (an increase of 6.6 percent) taking 38,348 credit hours (an increase of 5.6 percent). Of the students enrolled, 3,196 are degree-seeking (an increase of 2.3 percent), with the remaining 526 seeking certificates or enrolled in individual courses.
IU East Chancellor Kathy Cruz-Uribe said the campus is seeing an increase in several of its demographics this fall.
"We are pleased to welcome so many new students to campus this fall," Cruz-Uribe said. "The number of incoming freshman and new students to campus signifies IU East's ability to provide an affordable, world-class education to our students, whether in the traditional brick and mortar classroom or virtual classroom online."
The diversity of students on the IU East campus continues to increase. The campus set a record enrollment for the number of degree-seeking domestic minorities at 413 students. This reflects the campus' largest number of African-American students at 224. The campus also continues to see high numbers of Hispanic/Latino students who represent 3.7 percent of the overall enrollment.
The number of new students this year - combining members of the incoming freshman class and the number of transfer students - is 901 students of the 3,722 enrolled at IU East. This is IU East's largest degree-seeking freshman class at 455.
IU East's University College welcomes new director
For Immediate Release
August 22, 2018
Richmond, Ind. - Cherie Dolehanty is the new director of University College at Indiana University East. She will begin her role August 27.
University College is a department that provides support to first-year students and new online students through success coaching, advising, career planning, the First-Year Seminar, workshops, and other events.
As director of University College, Dolehanty will oversee programming and services for first-year students, online students, student-athletes, and international students with the goal of increasing the retention and success of these student populations. She will work collaboratively with other units across campus to ensure students receive a seamless, student-focused experience at IU East.
Dolehanty has been employed at IU East since January 2012 as an academic advisor for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Previously, Dolehanty worked in higher education at Earlham College as an assistant director in the financial aid office and as the assistant vice president of business operations. She has also worked at Miami University in the Office of Residence Life as a first year advisor and for IU Bloomington as an area coordinator in Read Hall. She was an English teacher at Richmond High School from 2008-2011.
Dolehanty received her Master of Arts in Teaching from Earlham College and her Master of Science in College Student Personnel Administration from IU Bloomington. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English Composition and a minor in education from DePauw University.
The Class of 2022 is Indiana University East's largest and most diverse incoming class.
"Students are choosing IU East as a destination campus because they can have everything they want in their college experience right here in Richmond," Malott said. "We have a welcoming campus that provides top-quality academics, a dynamic campus life, and nationally recognized faculty. Plus, we're a very affordable option."
This fall's freshman class has 455 degree-seeking students enrolled for classes. The second largest freshman class was in 2014 with 413 freshman students enrolled.
On average, the members of the Class of 2022 are 18.8 years old. However, there is a range in the ages among freshman students. The youngest is 16 while the oldest is 45.
Wayne Bank announces the promotion of Karen Mayse to Retail Operations Manager/Executive Administrative Assistant.
The late Alonzo Hernly Boyd Jr., former president and chairman of the board of Wayne Bank and Trust Company, Cambridge City, was honored by the Indiana Bankers Association (IBA) as a Leader in Banking Excellence at an awards ceremony held on Aug. 3. He was represented at the ceremony by family members. The leadership award, initiated this year, recognizes exceptional bankers, past and present, who have positively impacted Indiana banks and the communities they serve. Along with Boyd, eight other members of the Indiana banking community were named to the inaugural class of Leaders in Banking Excellence.
Liberty, IN – Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District receives $500.00 from the Whitewater Valley REMC Community Trust. This grant will be used to help fund “Conservation Days”, an event for 3rd & 4th grade students and their teachers to learn about agriculture, natural resources, safety, and much more outside the classroom.
Whitewater Valley REMC Community Trust Board Members Kevin Smith, Carol McQueen, and Bruce Cowen presented the check to Education Coordinator LuAnne Holeva on Monday, August 6, 2018.
The Whitewater Valley REMC Community Trust, Inc. trustees meet quarterly on the fourth Monday of January, April, July, and October to review applications for grants. Applications and information regarding the program can be found at www.wwvremc.com under Member Services and Operation Round UP.
About Whitewater Valley REMC
Whitewater Valley Rural Electric Membership Corporation is based in Liberty, Indiana. The cooperative provides electricity to 9,708 residential, business and farm members in Dearborn, Franklin, Fayette, Randolph, Union, and Wayne counties.
Julie Jolliff joins as School Is Cool Coordinator
Richmond, IN.—The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that Julie Jolliff has joined the staff as School Is Cool Coordinator.
Julie Jolliff is a 2011 graduate from Indiana Wesleyan University. She received her bachelors in elementary education and then went on to teach 2nd and 3rd grades. She loved her experience in the classroom and working with fellow educators and families. As Julie and her husband, Mike, began planning for starting their own family, they both decided for Julie to stay connected with education, but on a part-time basis. Soon, Julie was hired as the District Manager of Junior Achievement (JA) of Eastern Indiana.
JA works to teach students K-12 about financial literacy, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurship. Under Julie’s leadership, the awareness of JA and the amount of classes served has grown throughout her three years with the non-profit. JA and the Chamber have formed a partnership (JA in a Day) that has been making a big impact on Wayne County seniors. As the new School is Cool coordinator, Julie hopes to strengthen partnerships with the chamber, schools, parents, and Wayne County families. She hopes to tackle absenteeism and develop a spirit of grit among students who will later enter the community’s workforce.
Melissa Vance, President and CEO of the Chamber, said, “We are pleased to have Julie join the Chamber team. She has been involved with our Business & Education Committee, so we have known her work ethic and attention to detail for quite some time. Because she is involved with the schools already through her position with Junior Achievement, I am confident the School Is Cool transition will be seamless.”
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce is a business network that promotes members and the community by encouraging economic growth and a superior quality of life. The organization does this by providing networking opportunities, developing strategic partnerships and facilitating and/or leading initiatives that serve this purpose. These initiatives include the School is Cool awards program, the Buy Local Certified program, Wayne County Weekends, co-hosting political forums and more. For more information about joining or volunteering with the Chamber, visit WCAreaChamber.org.
Beginning August 6th, patients being seen at the Reid Peri-Operative clinic will need to remember to come to the Medical Office Building on Reid Health’s Main Campus for their appointment. If there are any questions about the move, the Peri-Operative clinic can be reached at (765) 935-8914 up until August 6. After August 6 the clinic can be reached by calling (765) 935-8454.
On Friday, July 13 from 11am-1pm the Reid Cancer Center will host an OPEN HOUSE. Everyone is welcome to stop by and meet our new cancer care team. Attendance is free and refreshments and giveaways will be provided.
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that Roxie Deer
has joined the staff as Director of Programs and Events.
Roxie is a lifelong resident of Richmond and has served on the Chamber’s Business and Education Committee. Most recently, she has been a Student Success Coach and Counselor at IU East and previously served as an instructor and life coach at The Excel Center. She has a Master’s in Educational Leadership and an undergraduate degree in Sociology. Her event experience includes volunteer leadership positions with Youth As Resources, Liberty Acres United Animal Sanctuary, Reid BRAvo! and HYPE. Roxie has a true passion for community – especially Wayne County.
Stasia Veramallay-Hodges has been serving the financial needs of individuals, professionals, business owners and their families for more than twenty years.
Stasia grew up in Richmond, Indiana and attended Indiana University with a concentration in Political Science and Economics.
She holds the Series 6, Series 7, Series 63 and Series 65 Securities licenses as well as a Life and Health Insurance license. Veramallay-Hodges holds the Series 6, Series 7, Series 63 and Series 65 Securities licenses as well as a Life and Health Insurance license.
* April 24th The Springs of Richmond 4:30pm 400 W Industries Rd, Richmond, IN
* April 26th Ugly Mugs Taproom & Grill 5:00pm 129 East Main St., Centerville, IN
* May 9th Neighborhood Health Center 2:00pm 101 South 10th St., Richmond, IN
* May 17th Wernle Youth & Family Treatment Center 6:00 pm 2000 Wernle Road, Richmond, IN
Every month the Wayne County Area Chamber offers many different opportunities, including networking nights, educational workshops, business development seminars, ribbon cuttings for local business and so much more. Chamber@WCAreaChamber.org
First Bank Richmond celebrated IU Day with a $10,000 matching gift opportunity for alumni and friends of the campus.
IU East Chancellor Kathy Cruz-Uribe, First Bank Richmond President and CEO Garry Kleer, and Rufus announce the IU Day match.
First Bank Richmond matched – up to $500 per donor – up to $10,000 in total giving to the IU East campus Wednesday.
Now in its third year, IU Day is a 24-hour worldwide celebration of Indiana University - a binge-watching, social-sharing, IU-wearing, gift-giving IU extravaganza. First Bank Richmond has the tradition of celebrating IU Day each year with a matching gift.
In November 2017, First Bank Richmond announced a $375,000 gift to IU East that includes the matching gift for IU Day, plus support for the IU East arts program, Red Wolves’ athletics, scholarships, Campus Life programs and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
This is also Campus Campaign week for the university, the annual fundraising initiative among faculty and staff for important programs and scholarships on the IU East campus.
The April Reid Health Ambassador says his coworkers are like a second family – and he’s had a lot of time to get to know them even better over the past year and a half.
In his lead role for the implementation of a new electronic medical record system just launched in March, Jason Blunk has spent numerous extra hours in his role as Systems Project Manager on the Information Services team. His leadership in the implementation of the new system sparked his Ambassador nominations. (more - https://www.reidhealth.org/press_release/april-reid-health-ambassador-sees-power-of-teamwork/)
IU East recognized five faculty members who are grant recipients for research projects and course development.
Amanda Kraha, assistant professor of psychology, received the Center for Teaching and Learning Fellow for 2018. Each year, the Center for Teaching and Learning offers one faculty fellowship in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), providing faculty members with an opportunity to cultivate and share their knowledge, techniques, and information on a particular teaching topic.
Tanya Perkins, assistant professor of English, received the Erwin and Priscilla Boschmann Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grant. The grant is made possible through the generous contribution of Erwin and Priscilla Boschmann. This award is offered annually to full?time faculty to support research in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) at IU East.
Three faculty members received the Chancellor’s Community Engagement Course Development Grant. Recipients are Robin Brunk, lecturer in nursing; LaDonna Dulemba, assistant professor of nursing; and Carrie Mier, assistant professor of criminology. The grant is designed to assist faculty as they develop new or modify preexisting courses based on the use of best practices in service-learning course design and assessment.
Awards were presented to an outstanding support staff member and professional staff member who have made significant contributions to IU East during the past year. Recipients of the Professional Council Service Award and the Staff Council Service Award are nominated by their peers.
Lori Johnson, degree audit specialist in the Office of the Registrar, received the Staff Council Service Award.The recipient of the IU East Staff Council Service Award is selected based on his/her attitude, commitment, teamwork, contribution, and inspiration to the mission, goals and strategic initiatives of IU East.
KT Lowe, coordinator of Library Instruction and Service Learning in the Campus Library, received the Professional Council Service Award. Professional Council Service Award recipients will have made a significant impact on IU East, as demonstrated through the areas of exemplary achievement and performance, excellence in customer service/personal interaction, outstanding education support/initiative and creativity.
Indiana University East presented several faculty and staff with awards during the Faculty and Staff Recognition ceremony held March 29.
Alisa Clapp-Itnyre, professor of English, is the recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Service Award. This award recognizes distinguished service—campus, community or professional, either one-time or sustained, by a full-time faculty member above and beyond the standard expectations of any compensation or release time provided for the service.
Gregory Dam, assistant professor psychology, received the Teaching Award for New Faculty. This award recognizes excellence in teaching by an untenured faculty member throughout their first four years at IU East.
LaDonna Dulemba, assistant professor of nursing, received the Helen Lees Award for Excellence in Teaching. The award was established in 1991. Professor Emeritus Lees passed away in 1992, but her spirit continues in this annual award to honor a full-time faculty member who has taught at least 10 semesters at IU East.
Edwina Helton, professor of English, received the Faculty Special Achievement Award. Helton is also the director of Graduate Programs in English and co-director of Women's and Gender Studies. This award recognizes outstanding all-around achievement, either short-term or sustained, by an IU East faculty member, and can be awarded for any combination of teaching, research and service.
Dianne Moneypenny, assistant professor and program coordinator for World Languages and Cultures, received the Progress Award for New Faculty. This award is given to faculty to acknowledge their contributions to teaching, research and service.
Katherine Miller Wolf, assistant professor of Anthropology, received this year’s Award for Excellence in Research. This award recognizes excellence in research and/or creative work by a full-time faculty member over a sustained period of time.
Davis volunteered at the Club for three academic years and worked as an intern at its summer camp for two summers. He volunteered as part of Earlham’s Bonner Scholars program, which is a leadership program that awards scholarships based on community service.
During the school year Davis helped in the gym and in the education room. He also organized and led a weekly poetry group for a year, and he often led the Club’s Passport to Manhood program for pre-teen boys.
David Blevins, who works as a locksmith in the Engineering Department, admits he’s a “people guy” who just tries to help whenever he can. Nominators said Blevins “will drop what he is doing to help someone in need,” including “going out of his way to get a wheelchair for a patient or visitors and take them where they need to go.”
Not only does he help patients with wheelchairs, his job also involves making sure the chairs are in good working order. He regularly checks and services locks and doors on Reid Health’s main campus and satellite locations, which is how he often crosses paths with patients and visitors and logs thousands of steps each week.
“I love my coworkers,” Blevins said. “Everybody has been great to me here at Reid.”
HYPE and the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce are proud to present the 2018 Wayne County’s Outstanding Young Professionals recognition luncheon. Congratulations to the top 10 Outstanding Young Professionals in Wayne County, who will be honored at the Young Professionals Luncheon on April 12th!
Top ten are Jason Blunk, Caitlin Fleenor, Andy Frame, Brittany Irvine, Brittaney Sawyer, Ashley Sieb, Caleb Smith, Matt Smith, Jeremy Thomas, and Heather Wierzbinski-Cross.
This luncheon will provide ample networking opportunities as we celebrate the contributions of the many talented young professionals to this community. HYPE and the Chamber also hope that this luncheon will inspire continued professional development, encourage community involvement, and connect professionals of all ages and experience levels.
Reid Health’s “Richmond Family Care Center” is changing its name to the “Reid Health Residency Clinic.” The office’s last day of seeing patients at 1130 North J. street will be April 5.
The office will move back to its newly remodeled 795 Sim Hodgin Pkwy location on Monday April 9.
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce has a new leader. Melissa Vance has been named president and CEO following the resignation last month of Phil D’Amico. Vance is no stranger to the Chamber; she had served as the organization’s Director of Education and Programs. Her background includes stints with the Reid Health Foundation and Fayette Regional Health System. Vance is a Wayne County native and Centerville High School graduate.
Top Listing Agents for January 2018
#1 Rebecca Cate
#2 Debbie Rudd
#3 Brunton Team
Top Sales Agents for January 2018
#1 Rebecca Cate
#2 Jen Roggero
#3 Bill Fish
The Italian Market is now open! Monday- Saturday 11:00am-8:00pm
Daily food and drink specials.
450 North 10th St.
Richmond, IN 47374
The EDC of Wayne County is pleased to announce Sarah Mitchell will be joining the staff as the manager of existing business and education on Monday, February 5th. Mitchell brings a wealth of experience to the position from her previous role as city planner for the City of Richmond. Through her role, Mitchell has worked on a number of economic development projects in which the EDC was involved. She has a wealth of experience in facilitating new development through community partnerships that enhance the community and sustain economic growth.
We would like to recognize the following Realtors as Top Sales Agents for the month of November:
#1 Chandra Falcone
#2 Porter Miller
#3 Tracie Upchurch
#4 Brunton Team
#5 Chris Kovach
West End Bank will host a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday, December 14th from 3:30pm-5:30pm at their new Corporate Headquarters building located at 700 South A Street.
Touring of the facility will also be available during those times.
The new facility houses the company’s Executive Offices in addition to the finance, information technology, operations, auditing and marketing departments.
The Boys & Girls Club takes great pride in announcing the opening of a brand-new facility at at 1900 West Main Street, Richmond. Doors open Monday, November 13th . The new location is in the facility formerly housing the Richmond Academy. The Club will operate Monday and Wednesday – Friday from 2:30 PM – 6:30 PM and on Tuesday from 1:30 PM – 6:30 PM.
This Club will be a fully equipped after school facility, offering all the programs in our three key impact areas including Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles and Good Character & Citizenship.
Over the last two years the Boys & Girls Club has experienced unprecedented growth in attendance. Membership has risen beyond the available space, forcing a temporary freeze on new members. The board of directors has worked diligently to expand our capacity in order to serve more children.
For more information, visit www.bgcrichmond.org.
Nail One Salon
230 South 10th
Richmond, IN 47374
Combined experience: 20+ years
Hours: M-F 9:00-7:00, Sat 9:00-5:00
Walk ins as well as appointments accepted.
Synergy HomeCare of Richmond was recognized as Office of the Year at their Annual Franchise Meeting recently by the American Veterans Care Connection. American Veterans Care Connection is a partner that helps Vets with the Aid and Attendant Benefit. This is a program that provides a subsidy for non-medical home care services such as Synergy HomeCare of Richmond.
Chamber Network Night - Thursday, 9/28, at Water Tower Terraces
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce and Water Tower Terraces would like to invite to a Chamber Network Night, Thursday, September 28, at 931 Winding Ridge Drive in Richmond (Across from Reid Health on Chester Blvd.) Tour the brand new luxury condos of Water Tower Terrace. Food will be provided by the Springs of Richmond and 101.7 the Point will have a LIVE remote broadcast with Phil Quinn.
Thursday, October 5
at 5 PM
- 7 PM
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the 2017 Business Expo & Taste of Wayne County at the Tom Raper Center. The business expo is presented by Opti-Vise IT. Both events will take place simultaneously from 5pm to 7pm with the expo lasting until 7:30pm.
Come and enjoy Wayne County’s finest restaurants and vote for your favorite specialty.
Tickets to Taste of Wayne County are $10 per person and available at the door the day of the event. The Business Expo is free entry.
1. Eye Center of Richmond, Groundbreaking Ceremony on Thursday, Sep 21 at Noon, (1900 Chester Blvd.)
2. DaVita, Ribbon Cutting on Thursday, Sep 21 at 4:30pm, Open House from 3-7pm, (2302 Chester Blvd.)
3. McAlister's Deli on Monday, Sep 25 at 10:15am, new restaurant in front of the Richmond Mall, (4343 National Rd E)
4. Grandpa's Garage on Tuesday, Sep 26 at Noon, ‘Mantique’ storefront in the depot, next to Little Sheba’s, (183 Fort Wayne Avenue)
Whitewater Eye Care Clinic
(Eye Center of Richmond)
Date: Thursday, September 21
Time: 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM
Location: 1900 Chester Blvd., Richmond
Main Contact Person: Bob Covington, General manager
Radford's Meat Market and Deli we would like to help the victims of Hurricane Irma. Starting Tuesday Sept 12 thru Tuesday Sept 19 they will collect nonperishable food items, cleaning supplies, bottled water, bathroom tissue, baby wipes, diapers, trash bags and money for the victims of hurricane Irma. Our friends at Caregan Trucking will then be transporting your donations to Florida to help those in need. We will be accepting donations at both Richmond locations: 16 S.W. 18th St. and 81 S. 37th St. Show Florida how much Richmond Indiana cares. Any questions please call 765-962-5830. Pass the word on to all your friends and family!!
Here's a link to the calendar of events at the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce. Bookmark this page so you can refer to it often this fall! www.wcareachamber.org
Congrats to Casey Runnels and Runnels Chiropractic staff on their 2nd Anniversary at their 32 S 9th St. location.
Indianapolis, IN – August 10, 2017 – WISH-TV announced Wednesday that 24-hour News 8 anchor David Barras will be retiring after 37 years.
Barras began his television career at WTVW in Evansville, Indiana, where he was the weekend anchor and producer. A year later he moved to Indianapolis and WISH-TV.
Barras is an Emmy award winner, and has also received several Associated Press awards for his reporting.
Barras’ last day on air will be Friday, December 1.
Center City Development Corporation announced a partnership with Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce members to use The Innovation Center’s coworking facilities. Chamber members will have 27 hours a month they can schedule meetings, use Center conference rooms or other tech resources for business development. Benefits of Coworking facilities and membership details are the topic of the Thursday, July 27 Chamber’s Business Education Lunch at The Innovation Center.
“The Innovation Center provides an opportunity for businesses to network and collaborate,” said Scott Zimmerman, Executive Director of Center City Development Corporation which runs the Innovation Center as the City’s Certified Tech Park hub. “We recognize that the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce represents business in Wayne County and want to make our resources available to their members to help grow business.” The Innovation Center’s existing members and computer business tenants will receive Chamber memberships.
The Chamber in return will offer memberships to entrepreneurs with one or two employees utilizing the Innovation Center’s Co-Working program. “These memberships will provide additional educational opportunities as well as networking and business development support, which are vital to startup companies as they brand themselves in the community,” said Chamber President Phil D’Amico. “It is a natural partnership between the Chamber and Center City Development Corporation (CCDC). We both strive to help grow businesses. Our hope is that with the additional support, these small businesses will grow and thrive, ultimately making an economic impact to our community.”
Center meeting rooms include smart screens, whiteboards, secure internet connection through Parallax and accommodate one to fourteen people. Special studio space for recording podcasts or video production will also be available. Discounts are available for renting larger rooms for workshops.
The Center’s business incubation program through the Indiana Small Business Development Center, which has an office in the Center, provides services including social media management, strategic planning, growth management and accounting.
NOTE: The next Business Education Series luncheon is about coworking with guests Scott Zimmerman, Executive Director for Center City, and Michael Hiles of Intelig8 and #StartupCincy. The lunch is next Thursday, July 27 at 11:30am, downtown at the Innovation Center. If you would like to attend this lunch please RSVP by following this link: https://richmondinnovates.com/product/biz-ed-lunch/ The Business Education Series Luncheons are sponsored by First Merchants Bank.
Indiana vision 2025
Monday August 7th
7:30 am - 10 am
Indiana University East in Vivian Auditorium
2325 Chester Blvd.
Richmond, IN 47374
Please mark your calendars for a ribbon cutting in Fountain City. Our newest Chamber member, Texas Jack’s Lock, Stock & Barrel, will host the ribbon cutting August 5th at 9:45 a.m., just before they open their doors for the first time. They will be located at 403 West Main Street, Fountain City.
Please join us in welcoming owner Jack Bales to the Chamber!
On July 5th, Hagerstown Branch Teller Julie Robinson celebrated her one year anniversary with West End Bank. Congratulations, Julie!
Amanda Marquis, who has been with The Leland Legacy for 9 years as the Marketing Director, recently passed her boards to obtain her Indiana state license to be an Administrator for Assisted Living. Amanda will be hanging that license in the Leland on August 3rd, a goal she is excited to reach and continue her presence in the building as well as the community.
Amanda Corman has joined the Leland team as Resident Services Coordinator. Amanda will be helping new residents to the Leland through the admissions process as well as helping them in their needs whether it being socially, financially or physically--connecting them to the necessary sources.
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to invite you to the Chamber Farm Tour Tuesday, July 25th from 6 to 8PM at Bell’s Strawberry Farm in Hagerstown! This family friendly event welcomes you to tour the farm and learn about their history, production, and how an area organization supports disabled farmers. Dinner will be provided by Willie & Red’s and transportation provided from Warm Glow Candle Company and Hagerstown Elementary. Pre-register: http://business.wcareachamber.org/events/details/farm-tour-2017-6602
Helping to support local military families, the CountryMark system raised more than $50,000 during Fueling Freedom events in Indiana, Illinois and Ohio on Friday, June 23.
“Fueling Freedom was a great success for CountryMark. We were able to sell high-quality CountryMark fuels all while giving back to local National Guard soldiers and their families,” said CountryMark Vice President of Supply and Marketing Matt Smorch.
Meridan Health Services finalist for the annual Spirit Of Meridian awards have been announced. We had 3 team members from Wayne County in 3 categories this year!
Senior Vice President/Credit Manager Emilee Keiser celebrated her 15 year anniversary with West End Bank. Pictured: President/CEO Timothy Frame presenting Emilee with her plaque.