Sourced from Dubois County Free Press
Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company welcomed Jason M. Kelly as board director.
“We are excited to have an individual of Jason’s caliber join our board of directors,” said President and CEO, Jamie Shinabarger. “As we look to the future, while strengthening our business plan today, there is no substitute for business acumen with C-suite skill-sets, knowledge, and experience at the Board level.”
In his new role, Jason will join the current directors to oversee Springs Valley through a wide variety of tasks including the establishment of policies and objectives, the appointment and review of executive positions, and the approval of annual budgets.
Jason is the current president/CEO of SERVUS!. Prior to joining SERVUS!, Mr. Kelly was the CFO of Paragon Development. Jason received his master’s in accounting from Indiana University and his bachelor of science from Purdue University in management. He is also a certified public accountant.
In addition to his professional duties, Jason also serves as a board member of the Dubois County Community Foundation and serves on its grant committee. He is an advisory board member of Junior Achievement in Dubois County and serves as the chairperson for its annual Dubois County Business Hall of Fame. Jason is also an active member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and serves on its finance committee.
Jason and his wife, Jill, reside in Jasper. They are the parents of five children; Ella, Jack, Samuel, Ryan, and Kate.
“I am pleased to join the Board of Directors of Spring Valley Bank & Trust. Jill and I appreciate the support the Bank has shown for our personal and business banking needs over the years. The professionalism of their team, their focus on the customer in all facets of the organization, and most importantly, the dynamic culture that exists in every banking center is truly inspiring,” Jason said. “I look forward to adding my skill set to an accomplished team and to a very distinguished Board of Directors to enhance the Springs Valley experience.”