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1st Source Bank holds ribbon cutting on July 7

Posted: Friday, July 8, 2016

1st Source Bank, 1959 N. Jefferson Street, celebrated the remodel and transformation at its Huntington Banking Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, July 7 at 11:30 a.m. Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters; Steve Kimmel, executive director of the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce; and Lyle Juillerat, Huntington Banking Center manager attended along with several Chamber Ambassadors and other community members.

The ribbon cutting celebrates the impressive transformation and remodel of the banking center. It now features side-by-side banking in which the teller counters are removed and bankers work directly next to their clients, sharing their work space and computer screen so that the client sees exactly what the banker sees during the transaction. The renovated banking center features fresh coffee and tea available anytime you visit.

Shown in the photo on the front row, from left to right, are Terry Miller, Real Living Ness Bros; Jackie Boxell, First Farmer’s Bank & Trust and both Chamber Ambassadors; Molly Parker, 1st Source Bank; Lyle Juillerat, branch manager, 1st Source Bank; Amy Burnau and Connie Fordyce, both from 1st Source Bank; and Staci Mathias, executive director, Huntington County Habitat for Humanity. Second row, from left, include Brandi Haeft, Markle Health & Rehabilitation and Chamber Ambassador; Mayor Brooks Fetters; Steve Godfroy, Perfection Wheel and Chamber Ambassador; Erin Covey, MetroNet and Chamber board of directors; Charlotte Center, Tipton Place and Chamber Ambassador; JoAnn Burnau, manager, Habitat ReStore and Phyllis Renz, Huntington County Visitor and Convention Bureau and Chamber Ambassador. Back row, from left, are Jeff Bragiel, project manager, Weigand Construction; Gary Kart, MetroNet and Les Graham, Evolv Health and both Chamber Ambassadors.