Community First Bank of Indiana cuts ribbon for new banking center – Hamilton County Reporter

Community First Bank of Indiana (CFB) on Thursday celebrated its grand opening and cut the ribbon for its new banking center at 9333 N. Meridian St., Suite 125, Indianapolis, in partnership with the Indy Chamber and the OneZone Chamber of Commerce . As is tradition for all CFB grand openings, the bank made a donation to a local non-profit organization. CFB donated $2,500 to the Advancement Center for Washington Township Schools by adopting two classrooms and contributing to the teacher grant fund.

“Community First Bank has an ongoing teacher grant partnership with the Westfield, Noblesville and Kokomo school foundations, and we are excited to be entering this area near 93rd & Meridian to add a partnership with local schools in Washington townships. “, Business Banking Center Manager Romhaad told Davis.

Since its local founding in Kokomo in 2003, Community First Bank’s steady growth has been attributed to overwhelming support for the vision of its unique way of banking in its communities – a locally owned, locally managed bank staffed with bankers experienced.

“While we have great technology, we still believe relationships are face-to-face,” said BFC President and CEO Robb Blume.

(From the left) Megan Karnafel (CFB, Senior Financial Services Representative), Leia Magdalinos (CFB, Assistant Branch Manager), Bonnie Riley (CFB, Executive Banker), Emily Kaiser (The Advancement Center for Washington Township Schools & North Central Alumni), Robb Blume (CFB, President and CEO) and Romhaad Davis (CFB, Director of Corporate Banking Centre). (Photo provided)

Representatives from CFB’s SBA Lending (the bank is a preferred lender to the SBA), Commercial Lending, Cash Management and Mortgage teams were present at the event as it was a great opportunity to get to know their neighbors and other members of the House.

“We are extremely excited to open our first full-service banking facility in Indianapolis and our fourth new office in the surrounding area since 2019,” Blume said. “We look forward to serving the citizens of Marion County and Hamilton County, as an independent community bank, for many years to come.”

About Community First Bank

Community First Bank (CFB) was established in 2003 in Kokomo and is committed to keeping exceptional customer service, local decision making and relationship building at the core of its business. The locally owned and operated bank currently has branches in Indianapolis, Kokomo, Westfield and Noblesville. CFB has been named one of the best places to work in Indiana for eight consecutive years by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. Additional information can be found at FDIC member. Equal Housing Lender.

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