JCBank holds ribbon cutting for Greenwood branch

Seymour-based JCBank celebrated the opening of its newest banking center with a public ribbon cutting on May 4.

The event involved local dignitaries, Aspire Economic Development and Chamber Alliance members and JCBank staff and customers.

The 4,700-square-foot, state-of-the-art branch officially opened April 28 and is the first banking center location for JCBank in Johnson County at 2871 S. State Road 135 at Stones Crossing, according to a news release from JCBank.

“The JCBank team has been working in the Johnson County market over the past four years, identifying opportunities that help build and grow the community,” Marvin Veatch, JCBank president and CEO, said in the news release. “Our team of experienced bankers at the Stones Crossing location is committed to a client-driven and relationship-centric approach in delivering excellent customer service.

“We appreciate the support and vote of confidence from the Johnson County community, which has allowed us to expand and open our newest location. JCBank’s dedication to this community aligns with our core values — honesty, encouragement, accountability, respect and teamwork. We are committed to Johnson County, not only to provide banking, investment and trust services but to be an involved partner, supporting a number of organizations and causes, such as Aspire, Johnson County Habitat for Humanity and the Johnson County Cheer Fund.”

In addition to personal banking services, the banking center will feature commercial and mortgage lending as well as wealth management services. The branch is the 12th for JCBank in six Indiana counties with multiple Indiana locations, including Seymour, Columbus, Bloomington, Bedford, Brownstown and North Vernon.