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Do you have a relationship with your banker? Meet Lesley Williamson – a proud Heartland Banker!

Do you have a relationship with your banker? Meet Lesley Williamson – a proud Heartland Banker!

 

At Heartland Bank, relationships matter – whether it is with your banker, your commercial lender, between associates and even with the communities we serve. Lesley Williamson, district manager for Heartland’s Gahanna, Whitehall and Westerville markets, understands that #RelationshipsMatter and is devoted to guiding her branches to excellence in their daily commitments, long-term goals and relationships both in the workplace and in the communities they call home.

Thursday, October 14, 2021
Categories: Employee Spotlight
24th Annual Heartland Bank Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic

24th Annual Heartland Bank Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic

Sunny skies and perfect course conditions awaited all 24 teams at the 24th Annual Heartland Bank Community Foundation Charity Golf Classic. The Golf Club at Little Turtle was an exceptional venue, and the golfers couldn’t ask for a more perfect experience while supporting a very deserving organization.

Monday, September 20, 2021
Categories: Home Page Story
Darren Blake Tells All

Darren Blake Tells All

Help Wanted signs are everywhere these days. As companies compete to attract and retain qualified associates, Heartland Bank remains confident in the ability to “sell itself” to current and prospective workers. Using the community banking foundation and relationship vision that it promotes both internally and externally, Heartland is proud to boast that associate engagement and internal culture are both priorities as companies struggle with the “great resignation" of 2021. Darren Blake, IT manager, contributes to the positive atmosphere at Heartland and is honest to admit that he is not even interested in looking at opportunities elsewhere.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Categories: Employee Spotlight
King Culture Does Well by Doing Good!

King Culture Does Well by Doing Good!

Bank ON Your Banker

Located at 76 North Stygler Road in Gahanna, this modern-concept barber studio prides itself on the motto, “Do well by doing good.” King Culture’s owners, Jermaine Henson Sr. and John Hughes III, wanted to provide clients with something more than the traditional barbershop experience. In doing so, they realized their commitment was not only to an exceptional client experience, but also to their staff and community, especially during an unprecedented time in our country’s history.

Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Michelle Haslinger

Michelle Haslinger

Heartland associates are proud to tell the Heartland story – how the bank grew from servicing a small farming community, to the Central Ohio area and now the Northern Kentucky market. They are even more excited to explain how their career intertwines with Heartland’s success story dating back nearly 110 years. Michelle Haslinger passionately shares the highlights of her career over the last two years as she looks to the future to tackle even more rewarding projects and challenges.

Monday, August 2, 2021
Categories: Employee Spotlight
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