German American Bank Donates $3500 to United Way of South Central Indiana

(BEDFORD) – German American Bank made a donation of $3,500 to the United Way of South Central Indiana.

The check presentation was made to United Way of South Central Indiana Executive Director, Kim Burgess, and President, Zarod Myers.

Pictured: Julie Lewis, Retail Banking Officer, Everett Southern, Vice President, Commercial Banking, Kim Burgess,
Executive Director, United Way of South Central Indiana, Zarod Myers, President, United Way of South Central
Indiana, Bonita Fields, Bedford Financial Center Manager.

Since 1924, United Way of South Central Indiana has been working to fulfill its mission, realize its vision, and demonstrate its values in Lawrence and Orange Counties by uniting people and resources.

“We see the impact that the United Way of South Central Indiana has in this area, and German American Bank is proud to support an organization that shares the common goal of building a stronger community,” says Everett Southern, German American Bank Vice President, Commercial Banking.

German American Bank is a community bank with community values including people first, hard work, integrity, and pride. They opened for business in 1910 in Jasper, Indiana, and have grown since then to serve communities throughout the entire southern Indiana area and Kentucky.

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