Bippus State Bank welcomes four new employees
Posted: Friday, September 23, 2016
Bippus State Bank, 150 Hauenstein Road, welcomes new members to the staff. Joining BSB is Jillian El-Hussein, Ashlin Overholt, Cameron Cranor and Cassie Miller.
Born and raised in Huntington, El-Hussein, graduated with honors from Huntington North High School in 2003. She has over 10 years of customer service experience and experience in technology. El-Hussein has volunteered as a coach for her daughter’s softball team and participates in walks for various organizations. She joined BSB’s computer operations department at the main office. She resides in Huntington with husband Danny and their two children.
Also a native of Huntington, Overholt, is a senior at Huntington North High School where she participates in the I.C.E. program. Upon graduation, Overholt plans to attend college and possibly study business. She is involved in Campus Life, Student Leaders, Class Council, and her youth group. Overholt joined the main office staff as a part-time teller.
Originally from Tipton, Indiana, Cranor, attended Ball State University and studied 3D Graphics Development and Information Technology. After earning his degree in computer animation, Cranor worked as a technology deployment analyst for a company based in Columbus, Ohio. He and fiancée Haley recently moved to Fort Wayne where he volunteers for the therapy clinic Hopebridge. Cranor works as the IT manager at the main office.
Born and raised in Warren, Miller, graduated from Huntington North High School, attended Ivy Tech Community College and studied baking and pastry arts. With six years of banking experience, Miller is excited to be going back to the Warren community. She currently works at the main office and will be the branch manager at the new Warren office this fall. Miller is involved with SS Peter and Paul Church and resides in Roanoke with husband Billy.