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Centier Bank Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at New St. John Branch August 23, 2021 ST. JOHN, Ind. — An intimate group gathered in the lobby of Centier Bank’s newest branch Aug. 19, to commemorate the opening of the bank’s brand-new location at 9621 Wicker Ave. Centier broke ground on the new location last fall, coincidentally on the 20th anniversary of... Click Here To Read More
Centier Bank Donates $1,000 to NCCAA for Transportation Services August 20, 2021 MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. – Centier Bank recently made a $1,000 community donation to the North Central Community Action Agencies (NCCAA) to assist in the purchase of a new van to transport children to after-school programs and activities.  NCCAA is a private, not-for-profit... Click Here To Read More
Centier Bank Promotes Brian Ternet to Senior Lending Officer August 18, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Michael E. Schrage, CEO and Chairman of Centier Bank, is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Brian Ternet to Senior Lending Officer. Ternet began his journey with Centier in 2016 after 10 years of working in the banking industry. He is an alumnus of Indiana... Click Here To Read More
Centier Bank Names Glenn Peterson as Branch Manager of Elkhart Downtown August 18, 2021 ELKHART, Ind. —Michael E. Schrage, CEO and Chairman of Centier Bank, is pleased to announce that Glenn Peterson has been named Branch Manager of the bank’s Elkhart Downtown branch. Peterson started at Centier in 2019, serving as branch manager of the Elkhart North location. He has 30... Click Here To Read More
Centier Bank Donates $1,500 to Ryan's Place Children's Grief Support Center August 10, 2021 GOSHEN, Ind. — Centier Bank recently made a $1,500 community donation to Goshen-based Ryan’s Place Children’s Grief Support Center. The nonprofit provides grief support to children, teens, and families, working with the bereaved to provide support and education as they travel their... Click Here To Read More
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