We’ve all heard the adage, “You get out what you put in.” With that in mind, a number of INB employees have accepted positions on Illinois Bankers Association committees. These committee positions give them access to people and insights they might not get as a more passive member.
By: Matt Henton
Everybody has that one great summer family vacation. Whether you’re the Griswolds going to Wally World or you’re the Goofs going fishing, summer vacations can be some of the greatest memories in your life. A few of our employees had this chance to make special memories recently thanks to some planning.
By: Kelley Himmelberg
VP, Director of Human Resources
Charlie Kerwin, Larry Buske, Evan Westlake, Lisa West, Emily Francis and Adam Lofgren
By: Sarah Phalen
INB President and CEO
When I get the chance to talk about the history of our main branch, I like to point out that even though the building had been used by a gas company when we bought it, it had teller lines because people used to come into the building each month and drop off their payments. We pay our utility bills much differently now, thanks to changes in banking. It was fun to recently reminisce with some of my colleagues and hear what they remember most about their early days in banking. Of course, we all find today’s processes much better because they give us time to spend with customers, customizing solutions.
A recent, late Wednesday night was the culmination of 300 (sometimes very long) days for Natalie Dodson. Her husband, Jeremy walked off a plane at the Springfield airport in return from deployment with the United States Army, embracing his family again for the first time in nearly a year.