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Centier names new business line marketing manager
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Centier names new business line marketing manager

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Centier names new business line marketing manager

Centier Bank appointed Todd Hentschel to serve as business line marketing manager.

Centier Bank has named Todd Hentschel its new business line marketing manager.

Centier Bank Chairman and CEO Michael Schrage appointed the Highland resident to develop and execute marketing programs and campaigns for assorted lines of business at the bank. Hentschel, who graduated from Purdue University Northwest with a degree in business management, has nine years of experience with marketing and management in casinos in the gaming industry.

“Todd’s experience in marketing management is integral in the lines of business he’s supporting,” said Angela Mendez, Marketing Director at Centier Bank. “He’s a servant leader, and that kind of leadership embodies our culture, mirrors our marketing strategy, and punctuates our goals.”

Hentschel also competes in equestrian events via the American Quarter Horse Association.

“I’m looking forward to implementing exciting new campaigns and strategies while working alongside a dynamic team of individuals,” Hentschel said. “Centier Bank is a unique and special place, and I’m excited to be joining the organization in this time of growth.”

Merrillville-based Centier Bank, which started as the First Bank of Whiting in 1895, now has $4.7 billion in assets and 62 branches in 11 counties across Indiana. The bank, which employs 900 people statewide, is the largest privately owned bank in Indiana.

For more information, visit centier.com.

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