Evansville, Ind. (August 18, 2016) – Old National Bank (NASDAQ: ONB) is pleased to announce the promotion of Mark Bradford to Indianapolis Region CEO. He will retain his responsibilities as CEO of the North Central Region, which includes Bloomington and Columbus. Bradford had been serving as Old National’s interim Indianapolis Region CEO since June.
Prior to joining Old National, Bradford was with Monroe Bank, where he served as President, CEO and Director from 1999- 2011. He graduated with honors from Indiana State University and is a Certified Public Accountant. Bradford is an active community leader, serving as a Board member for the Regional Opportunity Initiatives, Inc., Monroe County Community Foundation, Bloomington Economic Development Corp., Monroe County Community School Corp. Building Corporation and on the Indiana State University President’s Advisory Board.
“Mark Bradford epitomizes what it means to be a servant leader in community banking and is the ideal candidate to serve in this critical strategic role for Old National,” said Jim Sandgren, President and COO.
As a result of Bradford’s expanded responsibilities, Scott Shishman has been promoted to Old National’s North Central Region President and will continue to report to Bradford. Crystal Taylor-Baker will replace Shishman as Commercial Relationship Executive for the North Central Region.
Shishman graduated from the University of Notre Dame and earned his MBA from Indiana University. He joined Old National in 2001, and has worked as a Commercial Relationship Executive in the North Central Region since 2011. He serves as treasurer for the Monroe County Salvation Army Finance Committee and is a member of St. Charles Boromeo Parish Finance Committee.
Taylor-Baker is an Indiana University graduate whose 16 years of experience with Old National include commercial credit, cash management and mortgage. Her board service includes the WonderLab Museum of Science Health and Technology and the Monroe County Chapter of the IU Alumni Association.