Springs Valley Bank and Trust Company recently promoted several employees. Megan D’Lee Elmore was promoted to assistant vice president in addition to her current role of mortgage loan officer. Elmore spent 11 years serving her clientele as a licensed nail technician, at Illusions in Jasper. She began her career at Springs Valley in February 2015 and transitioned to mortgage loan officer in early 2017. Elmore provides mortgage and consumer lending services to Dubois, Orange, and surrounding counties. Her primary office is located at the Jasper Main Banking Center. Elmore graduated from Pike Central High School and attended the University of Evansville. She and her husband B.J. reside in Dubois County. Megan is an active member in the Dubois County Builders Association. She also enjoys watching Chicago Bears football, driving her classic Oldsmobile, and playing golf.
JoElla Land was promoted to vice president in addition to her current role of operations manager. Land began her career with Springs Valley in January of 1992. She started as a part-time teller while still in college. She graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies. After graduating, she became a full-time teller before quickly advancing into new accounts and customer service. Her passion for customer interaction and helping others landed her the roll of banking center manager. In 2018, she transitioned to operations manager. Land is actively involved in the Orange County area, where she has resided for more than 29 years. She is a past board member and president of the French Lick/West Baden Chamber of Commerce, and past board member of the Springs Valley Education Foundation, as well as the Memorial Hospital Advisory Board for Orange County. She has two children, Dillon and Sydney Livingston, and husband, Cory Land.
Chad Blessinger was recently promoted to assistant vice president in addition to his current role of mortgage loan officer. Blessinger spent eight years as the Dubois County Treasurer and is currently the president of the Dubois County Commissioners. He is a former small business owner, teacher and realtor. “We have a good thing going at Springs Valley. Community banks like ours focus on serving our neighbors well every day,” Blessinger said. “Helping people reach their goals, especially the American Dream of home ownership, is great to be a part of.” Blessinger graduated from Jasper High School and Indiana University in Bloomington. Blessinger, his wife Lyn, and son Dylan live in Harbison Township.