Your Central Indiana Community Bank
Banking has always been and will always be about building trust. We are here to solve for your personal financial needs.
We’re proud that we’ve been around since 1931 and of the role we’ve played in so many lives of so many people. Over the years, you’ve allowed us to help you buy homes, grow businesses, and put kids through college.
We’re truly grateful for the opportunity. And we want to say thanks in the best way we can think of: by putting the needs of our customers and our community first.
We're proud to be very involved in the communities we serve. As a part of that involvement, we regularly make donations to charitable organizations, especially to the ones that speak to the hearts of our associates. In addition, we believe that helping our community members in the area of Habitability, from homelessness to home ownership and all points in between is the responsibility of local community banks.
It is in these areas that we focus much of our charitable giving. If you'd like to talk more about your organization or would like to request a donation, please click the link below and let us know more.
Director since 2012
Chairman of the Board
Larry Heydon serves as Corporate Chief Financial Officer with Golden Living Centers of Indiana. He previously served as President/CEO and Chief Financial Officer of Johnson Memorial Health and Chief Executive of St. Francis Hospital, Mooresville. He began his career at Ernst & Young and developed a passion for the banking industry through his assignment on many bank consulting and audit engagements. Larry holds a B.S. degree in Accounting from Butler University and a M.B.A. degree from Indiana Wesleyan. He also holds an inactive license as a certified public accountant (CPA). He is married with two adult children and lives in Greenwood.
Director since 1998
Vice Chairman of the Board
Tom Hubbard raises both soybeans and corn on his family farm, where he serves as President of Windridge Farms, Inc. He also works as the Central Indiana Sales Manager of Sunrise Energy Systems. He formerly worked with his father at the Hubbard Grain & Feed Mill for many years, and eventually took over as the fourth-generation owner of the company. He attended Purdue University, completing the agriculture short course program in 1986. Tom is married with one son and lives in Monrovia.
Director since 2014
Keith Lindauer was named President and CEO of Citizens Bank and CITBA Financial Corporation on October 22, 2014. With over 30 years of banking experience in Central Indiana, he began his career with The National Bank of Greenwood, where he held a variety of positions in the consumer and commercial areas. He also worked for First Community Bank and Trust, where he was an Executive Vice President and Senior Loan Officer. In 2003, he transitioned to MainSource Bank as Senior Vice President and Director of Commercial Lending, eventually being promoted to Senior Commercial Banker. He joined Citizens Bank as Senior Vice President, Chief Lending Officer in 2012. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and serves on the Board of Directors of the Community Foundation of Morgan County and the Morgan County Economic Development Corporation. Keith graduated from Purdue University with a B.S. degree in Agriculture Finance and earned his MBA from the University of Indianapolis. Keith is married with two children and lives in Franklin.
Director since 2010
Secretary of the Board
Chip Keller is President of Keller Office Supply in Martinsville. He previously worked at Olive, LLP (now BKD, LLP) CPA firm in Indianapolis, where he specialized in financial institution audit and consulting work. He is very active in his local community, serving as President of the Martinsville Redevelopment Commission and is a member of both the City of Martinsville Common Council and the Morgan County Economic Development Corporation. He is also an active member of the Martinsville Rotary Club, the Martinsville and Mooresville Chambers of Commerce, and AICPA Society. Chip holds a B.S. degree in Accounting from Butler University and an inactive Indiana CPA license. He is married with two children and lives in Martinsville.
Director since 2010
Jeff Banning founded Banning Engineering in 1994 and serves as its President. He is regularly involved in economic development, parks and recreation, municipal and private infrastructure and site design projects. He is past Board President of the Parks Foundation of Hendricks County, former Secretary for the Board of the Indiana Economic Development Association (IEDA), and holds memberships with the Hendricks, Johnson, Knox, and Morgan County EDC’s. Jeff is a member of the Plainfield and Avon Chambers of Commerce, the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis and Plainfield Christian Church. Jeff is highly involved in running and facilitating a training program for the Mini Marathon. Jeff graduated from the University of Evansville with a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering. He is married with four children and lives in the Mooresville/Plainfield area.
Director since 2015
Chris Branson began working in the funeral industry at Leppert Mortuary in Indianapolis when he was 17 and rose to the position of general manager. He resigned from Leppert Mortuary in 2005 and purchased Carlisle & Son Funeral Chapel in 2007, establishing the county’s only onsite crematory. The company rebranded as Carlisle-Branson Funeral Service & Crematory in 2010 and purchased Daniel F. O’Riley Funeral Home in February 2017. Chris is a former Board member of the Community Foundation of Morgan County, and currently serves on the Boards of the Mooresville Chamber of Commerce and the Mooresville Senior Center. He is a member of the Mooresville Kiwanis Club, the Mooresville Lions Club, Mooresville Masonic Lodge #78 and the St. Thomas More Knights of Columbus. He is also actively involved with Saints Francis and Clare School in Greenwood. Professionally, Chris is an active member of Selected Independent Funeral Homes and a member of the Indiana Funeral Directors Association and the National Funeral Directors Association. He earned a B.S.B.A. degree in Entrepreneurial Studies from Xavier University and graduated from Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Chicago. Chris is married with two children and lives in Mooresville.
Director since 2016
John Wilkowski is a lawyer and partner with Williams Barrett & Wilkowski, LLP, practicing since 1994. His personal practice is centered on corporations, business transactions, real estate, estate and business succession planning and general business law. Before admission to the bar, Wilkowski worked in the financial services industry as both a Commercial Credit Analyst and a Corporate Lender. He holds a B.S. degree in Finance (minor in Economics) from the University of Tennessee (Magna Cum Laude) and a J.D. degree from Indiana University School of Law (Magna Cum Laude). John is married with two children and lives in Indianapolis.
Director since 2017
Jennifer works for Indiana University Health as a director with the Government Affairs team, responsible for negotiating system-wide contracts for the organization. Jennifer is a licensed attorney and was previously employed as counsel with Bamberger, Foreman, Oswald & Hahn, LLP, as well as serving as Senior Counsel at Ice Miller, LLP, where she focused on business transactions as well as environmental regulatory compliance. Prior to her legal career, she worked as an Enforcement Case Manager with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and as a Health Inspector with the Putnam County Health Department. Jennifer is active in several professional associations and community activities, including the Hendricks County Senior Center, Susie’s Place and Center for At Risk Elders. She also volunteers with the Indianapolis Bar Association Hospice Program, Low Income Wills Workshop and Ask a Lawyer. She holds a B.S. degree in Public Affairs (Business Certificate) from Indiana University and a J.D. degree from the Indiana University School of Law. Jennifer is married with four children and lives in Plainfield.
Director since 2018
Jeremy Mills is the operator and a co-owner of Mills Family Farms, LLC, a corn, soybean, hay and cattle farm based in West Newton, Indiana. He serves on the Farm Service Agency Committee for Johnson and Marion Counties, is a Director for Midland Co Op, and a member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of Co Alliance, LLP, a group of five agriculture cooperatives covering large areas of Indiana and parts of Michigan and Ohio. He holds a B.S. degree from Purdue University. Jeremy is married with three children and lives in West Newton.
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