Indianapolis, In. — Director of the North Salem State Bank and the North Salem Bancorporation, James L. Saner was recognized as a “Leader in Banking Excellence” recently by the Indiana Bankers Association. The award highlights exceptional bankers who have positively impacted Indiana banks and the communities they serve. Saner joined eight other bankers that received the honor.The ceremony took place at the Indiana Bankers Association office in Indianapolis. Some distinguished speakers were Congressman Trey Hollingsworth; Indiana Department of Financial Institutions Senators Rodric Bray and Travis Holdman; IBA Chairman Clay Ewing, German American Bank Jasper and IBA President and CEO Amber R. Van Til.The text of the plaque reads as follows:James L. Saner Sr. has been serving the financial industry for more than 35-years, most recently as a director of North Salem Bank and the North Salem Bancorporation since 2011. Previously he was president, CEO and director of MainSource Financial Group Inc. from 1998 to 2008. Prior to that he was president and CEO of P.T.C. Bancorp and People’s Trust Company. During his tenure with MainSource, Saner helped build the organization into a $2.8 billion holding company with more than 900 employees in three states. He was a 2002 director of the Indiana Department of Financial Institutions, 1996-97 chairman of the Community Bankers Association of Indiana, and a past advisory director to the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank. Saner is a graduate of Thomas Moore College and of the Executive Management Program at the University of West Virginia. The complete list of honorees is as follows:David A. Bochnowski – People’s Bank, MunsterAlonzo Hernly Boyd Jr. – (deceased), Wayne Bank and Trust Company, Canbridge CityJohn H. Colvin – North Salem State BankMichael L. Cox – (deceased) First Merchants Bank MuncieS. Joe Dehaven – Indiana Bankers AssociationPatrick J. Glotzbach – The New Washington State Bank CharlestownDan L. Moore – Home Bank MartinsvilleJames L. Saner – North Salem State BankMark A. Schroeder – German American Bank Jasper
One of the conditions of the premier league re-start is continuous testing of players every two weeks even as the matches will continue to hold on empty stadium. League runners-up and Carabao Cup holders Manchester City were drawn to face either Bournemouth or Crystal Palace in the third round of the championship billed for 22/23 September. Read AlsoPSG rocked by three more positive coronavirus tests Should Man City reclaim the Caraboa Cup in the finals billed for Wembley February next year, they would have clinched the title a record four times in a row. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez and defender Aymeric Laporte have tested positive for Covid-19. Algeria’s Mahrez, 29, and Frenchman Laporte, 24, will not train with their team-mates while they self-isolate in line with UK government and Premier League rules. Manchester City say neither player was displaying symptoms of coronavirus. Pep Guardiola’s side play Wolverhampton Wanderers in their first fixture of the new league season on 21 September.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Top Tastiest Foods From All Over The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks15 Celebs Who Fell From Grace With Their CareersThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better
Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has confirmed the signing of Rennes defender Kevin Theophile-Catherine. The 23-year-old was at Saturday’s goalless draw with Everton as he tied up a move for a fee believed to be in the region of £2million on a four-year contract. Mackay said: “We have signed Kevin Theophile-Catherine from Rennes. Press Association “He is a good defender, he is someone we have tracked over the last year in France. “He is someone who has pace, is aggressive and has good experience in the French top division, so he is someone we feel will be a good addition to our squad.” The move takes Cardiff’s summer spending through the £30million mark after the acquisitions of Gary Medel, Steven Caulker, Andreas Cornelius, John Brayford, Simon Moore and Maximiliano Amondarain.
President of the Nigeria Wrestling Federation (NWF) Daniel Igali in an audio interview has exclusively told www.busybuddiesng.com he is confident Port Harcourt, the capital and largest city of Rivers State, Nigeria will successfully stage a spectacular Senior African Wrestling Championships in February 2018, given the support from Rivers State Government.The Rivers State capital was in August awarded the hosting right to the tournament ahead of Tunis, meaning Nigeria will be staging the showpiece competition for the first time in her history.Impressed by a recent facility tour by the Local Organising Committee (LOC), Igali who is the vice-chairman of the LOC believes the Garden City will be ready in time for the Championships.“I think we will (host a successful tournament), and I will go back to the enthusiasm I’ve seen from the Governor of Rivers State (Nyesom Wike) and from his team,” the Olympic Champion said.“We have a 13-member Local Organising Committee and I’ve seen that the members are very excited, very determined to ensure that we put up a very befitting tournament.“The Governor has said that he is not going to leave anything to chance, promising that what we (LOC) need will be provided.“I know that the finance committee has started reaching out to some sponsors. So we are going to have sponsors, we are going to have quite a number of countries coming to the tournament as well.“I’m very convinced that we will put up a befitting tournament.”Before the African Senior Wrestling Championships which runs from 7th – 11th February 2018, Port Harcourt is expected to host the Governor Wike National Wrestling Championships later this month and the Bayelsa State Lawmaker says, that will serve as a dress rehearsal to the big one early next year.“First of all, the Wike National Championships will be used as a test tournament for the African Championships,” he disclosed.“For the Nigeria Wrestling Federation, we will be using it as trials to select the team that will represent Nigeria at the Senior African Wrestling Championships in 2018.” Related