|Maysville Branch Manager, Jean Schinnerer, raised over $1200 for the Fort Wayne MDA lock up fundraiser! Way to go, Jean!|
|First Federal Savings Bank recently sponsored a Bankers Build for the Huntington Habitat for Humanity. Employees also worked at the site on Garfield Street on Saturday, July 13th.|
First Federal employees and their families walked in the 50th Annual Heritage Days Parade in Huntington on Saturday, June 22, 2013
First Federal Savings Bank employees participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake on March 10th at Rainbow Lanes in Huntington. The team raised over $900 for the organization.
L to R: Daniel Hasler, Indiana Secretary of Commerce; Steve Zahn, First Federal Savings Bank Chairman of the Board; Michael Zahn, First Federal Savings Bank President and CEO.
The Indiana Historical Society (IHS), in partnership with the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) presented 21 companies with its Centennial Business Award at its annual Founders Day Dinner on December 3, 2012. The presentations took place at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, located at 450 W. Ohio St. in downtown Indianapolis.
In 1992, the trustees and members of the Indiana Historical Society founded the Historic Business Register with three goals in mind: to provide special recognition to Indiana companies continually in business for a century or more, to encourage the preservation of historically significant business-related archival materials, and to develop increased awareness of our rich business and industrial heritage among Indiana’s citizens.
First Federal Savings Bank announces that Addey Hill has been named the Teller of the Year for 2012. Addey works at First Federal’s north office and has been employed with the institution since September of 2011. This recognition comes from accuracy, hard work, customer service, dedication, number of transactions and job knowledge.
The following people were recognized for their high transaction counts: Cietera Vogleman, Addey Hill, Janelle Gates and Carrie Shipbaugh. Newer tellers, Stacia Lewis and Jamie Hughes also received recognition as Rookies of the Year.
Also honored at First Federal’s Christmas Party, which was held on December 12th, were employees Lindsi Walker, Heather Dorsett, Janelle Gates and Andrea Nightenhelser for five years of service with the institution. Tara Hunnicutt, Jim Conner, Michelle Prus and Randy Sizemore were presented awards for 10 years of service. Cindy Krumanaker was honored for 25 years of service.
Teller of the Year, Addey Hill, poses with First Federal president and CEO, Michael Zahn.
First Federal Savings Bank hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at their newest location at 10316 Maysville Road in Fort Wayne on Tuesday, June 26th at 1:00 p.m. The location officially opened on Monday, June 18th with Justin Carrell as the branch manager. The new facility offers traditional banking services including a full service lobby, drive-up and ATM access as well as brokerage and financial planning services through First Federal’s wealth management division, Innovative Financial Services.
First Federal Savings Bank’s board of directors as well as executive officers, employees and local community leaders gathered for the ceremony. First Federal presented Riley Hospital for Children representative, Barb Richards, with a check for the organization in the amount of $1,000.
Left to Right: Roger Diehm, Oasis Radio Group; John Buckley, Oasis Radio Group; John Mann, First Federal Savings Bank Advisory Board; Barb Richards, Riley Hospital for Children Representative; Alecia Crago, First Federal Savings Bank; Dee Ann Hammel, SVP/COO First Federal Savings Bank; Randy Sizemore, SVP/CFO First Federal Savings Bank; Stephen Zahn, Chairman of the Board First Federal Savings Bank; Dan Stephan, Board of Directors First Federal Savings Bank; Michael Zahn, President/CEO First Federal Savings Bank; Randy Rider, Board of Directors First Federal Savings Bank; Dr. David Carnes, Board of Directors First Federal Savings Bank; William Zimmer, Board of Directors First Federal Savings Bank; Satin Lemon, Marketing Director First Federal Savings Bank; Justin Carrell, Branch Manager First Federal Savings Bank; Sarah Dyer, First Federal Savings Bank; Mike Landrum, Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce
Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters (left) shakes hands with Michael Zahn, First Federal's CEO and president, after reading a proclamation declaring April 15 as First Federal Savings Bank Day. The bank is celebrating 100 years of service to the community and Fetters read his proclamation during a Chamber After Hours event on Thursday, April 12.
One Friday per month, First Federal employees are allowed to dress in casual clothes for a small contribution to a local charity or organization. First Federal employees have made donations totaling over $6,000.00 to benefit our community. Below is a short list of the organizations that benefited from Fun Fridays.