Home Bank was recognized recently in both the Indiana House of Representatives and Indiana Senate with the passage of a resolution acknowledging their 125 years of providing banking services to the citizens of the state. Home Bank has a location in the Center Grove area on State Road 135 in Greenwood.
Rep. John Price first offered the resolution to the Indiana House of Representatives for which the resolution was passed after positive commentary from Rep. John Price, Rep. Woody Burton, and Rep. Peggy Mayfield. The resolution was then presented to the Indiana Senate by Senator Rod Bray with the support of Senator Travis Holdman who stated, “Home Bank of Martinsville is one of lighthouses for what community banking is all about. They have a long history being a beckon to reach out to the folks who are less fortunate and to help small businesses get a start…Home Bank does it right”.
Home Bank president and CEO, Dan Moore and board of directors member David Sease, were present representing the bank.
Additionally on Tuesday evening, the Indiana Banker’s Association awarded Home Bank with a 200% Club Award recognizing their contributions to the Indiana BANKPAC in 2015 during the annual IBA Legislative Briefing.
Home Bank SB was chartered in 1890 as a mutual institution which essentially means that it is owned by its depositors. Without private ownership or stockholders, the bank’s profits are allocated entirely to its capital reserves, resulting in greater fiscal strength and resources for community support.