Salin Bank Announces Appointments, Promotions in Columbus

November 09, 2015

(Columbus, IN) - Family-owned and Indiana-based Salin Bank & Trust Company today announced the promotion of Johanna Koons as Sales and Service Manager for the bank’s Rocky Ford location. Meanwhile, Tyler Nickerson has been named Bank Sales Officer for Columbus, and Brittany Diebolt will serve as Vice President, Sales and Service Officer.
 
“These appointments will prove beneficial to our Columbus customers,” says Eric Baird, Community President of Salin Bank in Columbus. "Johanna, Brittany, and Tyler are consummate banking professionals who bring the experience, leadership, and customer service skills to make a difference for our clients and help them make more informed financial decisions.”
           
As the Sales and Service Manager, Koons is responsible for fostering new relationships for the bank, as well as introducing customers to various products and services that can better address their specific financial needs and goals. Prior to joining Salin Bank, Koons honed her customer service skills as a Customer Service Manager at Fifth Third Bank starting in 2006. Her tenure there, along with the professional experience gained at other organizations gave Koons insight into building an unparalleled customer service platform.
 
Diebolt is an experienced banker who began her career in the financial services industry in 2005. As part of her role as Vice President and Sales and Service Officer with Salin Bank, Diebolt will serve as a financial adviser to business and retail clients.
 
As the Bank Sales Officer, Nickerson provides sales and customer service to the southern region of Indiana. In addition, he works closely with the Columbus, Indianapolis, and Lafayette markets to train other Salin Bank crewmembers, as well as develop additional sales opportunities.
 
Prior to taking on his current position with Salin Bank, Tyler served as a Bank Sales Manager of Centra Credit Union. He is returning to Salin Bank where he served in the same capacity at the bank’s Rocky Ford location from 2008 to 2012.
 
“Each of these individuals has the unique ability to communicate with clients in a personal way. They get results. This will go far in furthering our efforts to provide new banking solutions, service, and support for clients and businesses in the Columbus market,” notes Baird.