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iAB Financial Bank announces promotions

Posted: Friday, November 8, 2013

The following promotions were announced by iAB Financial Bank to more closely define the business units of the organization.

The Business Banking Division will be led by Thomas Obergfell, left, senior vice president. Obergfell has 29 years of banking experience specifically in business banking, lending and business development. Prior to iAB Financial Bank, he worked for both Tower Bank as a senior lender and in a variety of roles at Bank One (formerly known as Summit Bank/NBD), including commercial lending. A graduate of University of Saint Francis (USF), Thom is also active in community organizations. Currently serving on the board of trustees of USF, the board of directors of Easter Seals ARC of Northeast Indiana, and the board of St. Peter’s Zion project for neighborhood revitalization, Thom is also a City Council appointee to the Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission and coaches youth soccer.

The Agribusiness Banking Division will be led by Rick Gentis, second from left, senior vice president. A graduate of Purdue University and the Barrett School of Banking at Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee, Gentis has more than 20 years of agribusiness lending experience. In addition to owning his own farm, he is an active member of the Bluffton Rotary Club and volunteers at his church. Gentis has a real passion for partnering with his customers to ensure they are able to pass on the family farm to future generations.

The Retail and Small Business Banking Division will be led by Andrew Marshall, third from left, first vice president. Marshall is a graduate of International Business College and the Graduate School of Banking in Wisconsin. With nearly 12 years of banking experience, he was recognized as a 40 Under 40 leader by Fort Wayne Business Weekly in 2011. Active in community activities, Marshall serves on the board of directors of the Huntington Boys & Girls Club, the Markle Fish and Game Club Park and the United REMC Operation Round Up Foundation.

The Mortgage Banking Division will be led by Douglas Fyock, right, vice president. Fyock is a graduate of the Indiana School of Business and has 37 years of experience in the mortgage lending and banking industries. He serves on the board of directors of Northeast Indiana Mortgage Bankers and is a member of the Fort Wayne Homebuilders Association and the Fort Wayne Area Association of Realtors.