Roger Cromer, president and chief executive officer of Crossroads Bank, is pleased to announce the recent promotion of five employees. They are Nate Fansher, Joseph Grant, Carolyn Johnston, Jarrod McKee and Kathy Roberts.
Nate Fansher has been promoted to vice president, commercial loan operations. Fansher works at the Wabash Branch and has been employed with Crossroads Bank for four and a half years. He has a bachelor’s degree in business management and will be attending the Graduate School of Banking at
the University of Wisconsin this fall. Fansher is on the Board of Directors for Wabash County United Fund and is married to Justine.
Joseph Grant has been promoted to assistant vice president, banking center manager. Grant works at the South Whitley Branch and has been employed with Crossroads Bank for five years. He has eight years of banking experience. He has a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana University and is currently working on his MBA from Ball State University. Grant has been involved with
the Whitley County Chamber of Commerce, South Whitley Community Facilities Foundation, R-E-A-C-H Program and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. He is married to Renee and they have a daughter, Hadley.
Carolyn Johnston has been promoted to retail deposit officer. She has been employed at the Wabash Branch for one and a half years and has 23 years of banking experience. Johnston received an executive secretary degree from American Commercial College. She is involved in New Life Baptist Church and has participated in United Way, Relay for Life and March of Dimes. She and her husband, Pastor Scott Johnston, are the parents of Bryce and Sarah.
Jarrod McKee was promoted to assistant vice president of investment advisory services. McKee has been employed for the past two years in the investment center at Crossroads Bank at the Wabash Branch. He has a finance degree from Indiana’s Kelley School of Business. He is on the Board of Directors of Honeywell Golf Course and also Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana. McKee and his wife, Heather, have a son, Camden.
Kathy Roberts was promoted to assistant vice president, collections officer. Roberts has been working at Crossroads Bank for three years and has 10 years of banking experience and 20 years of collection experience. She is a graduate of Brownsburg High School and the Indiana Banker’s Association Installment and Mortgage Lending School. Roberts is active in the International Professional Rodeo Association and Wabash County 4-H council. She is on the North Manchester Junior Achievement Board of Directors. She and her husband, Rodney, have a son, Mason.
“The promotions are a result of the hard work and dedication that these individuals have given to Crossroads Bank, and will continue to give going forward, while continuing to provide the level of service that our clients are accustomed to,” said Cromer.