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Centier Bank Receives Community Service Award from Indiana Bankers Association October 26, 2021 MERRILLVILLE, Ind. — Centier Bank was named the winner of the Commitment to Community Award for Outstanding Community Service performed in 2020 at the Indiana Bankers Association Mega Conference in Indianapolis Oct. 13, 2021. Twenty-one Indiana banks were nominated, and one winner was... Click Here To Read More
Centier Bank Names Debi Gifford as Griffith Branch Manager October 22, 2021 MERRILLVILLE, Ind. — Michael E. Schrage, CEO and Chairman of Centier Bank, is pleased to announce that Debi Gifford has been named branch manager of the bank’s Griffith location. Gifford joined Centier Bank in 2005 as a universal banker before moving to operation supervisor... Click Here To Read More
Centier Bank Promotes Dan Gibson to Director of Talent Development October 19, 2021 MERRILLVILLE, Ind. — Michael E. Schrage, Chairman and CEO of Centier Bank is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Dan Gibson to Director of Talent Development. Gibson joined Centier in 2013 as an Instructional Designer, creating instructional content and training programs for sales,... Click Here To Read More
Medicare Open Enrollment Is Here. 5 Steps to Prepare Now October 19, 2021 October marks the start of Medicare’s annual open enrollment period, where more than 63 million Americans who receive benefits through the federal health insurance program can make changes to their coverage.1 Any changes made during open enrollment are effective January 1, 2022. In addition,... Click Here To Read More
Centier Bank Donates $1,700, 441 lbs of Food to Northwest Indiana Food Bank for Hunger Action Month September 30, 2021 In observance of Hunger Action Month, Centier Bank teamed up with the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana in September to host a company-wide food drive. It resulted in 441 lbs of donated food, which, combined with the bank’s $1,700 community... Click Here To Read More
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