1st Source announces promotions in Fort Wayne and Huntington
1st Source Bank announces the promotions of Brad Campbell, Kamie Tomasek, Amy Burnau and Jessica Stephenson in Huntington and Fort Wayne.
Brad Campbell is the new manager of the 1st Source Covington Plaza Banking Center located at 6304 W. Jefferson Blvd. Campbell, an Assistant Vice President, has 28 years of experience at 1st Source, and has spent the past several years managing the bank’s Waynedale location. Campbell graduated from Taylor University with a Bachelor of Science degree. He is active in the community, serving on the boards of the March of Dimes and Home Bound Meals. He has also served on the Waynedale Community Improvement Team and recently helped start the Waynedale Chamber.
Kamie Tomasek has been named the new manager of the 1st Source Waynedale Banking Center, located at 5719 Bluffton Road. She has 18 years of banking experience with 1st Source, most recently overseeing customer service in the bank’s Huntington office. Tomasek received a Bachelor of Science from Missouri Western State College and an Associate’s Degree from Vincennes University. She is active in the community as the secretary for the Huntington Optimist Club and as coach for the Jr. Lady Vikings Basketball Team.
Amy Burnau has been promoted to manage customer service at the 1st Source Huntington Banking Center, located at 1959 North Jefferson Street. She has 17 years of experience at 1st Source as a sales representative, loan officer and customer service representative. Burnau is active in the community with her church and Huntington County 4-H.
Jessica Stephenson joins 1st Source as the manager of its Pine Valley Banking Center, located at 10633 Coldwater Road. Jessica has extensive experience in banking and insurance and she retains her Indiana and Michigan life and health insurance licenses. Jessica attended IPFW, studying business and finance. She volunteers with Junior Achievement, Canstruction benefitting the Community Harvest Food Bank, the Down Syndrome Association of Northeast Indiana, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Alzheimer’s Association.