Business briefs

Greenville Federal promotes officer

GREENVILLE — Greenville Federal has promoted Brian Beam to bank officer.

Beam began his banking career with Greenville Federal in 2012. He is a 2001 Greenville High School graduate and 2006 graduate of Otterbein University where he received is bachelor of arts in Visual Communications.

Beam will continue as marketing/IT manager, while taking on additional duties as a bank officer.

Beam resides in Saint Mary’s with his wife Katie and four children Parker, Elliana, Emmett and Addylin.

Greenville Federal, a locally owned community bank has served the Darke County community for more than 134 years and now serves the Miami County area with a branch in Troy. Learn more at

Fritz named clinical liaison

DAYTON — Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton has announced the addition Cyndi Fritz, RN, as clinical liaison. In this role, she is responsible for developing and nurturing relationships with referring agencies and completing clinical assessments and in-service training.

Most recently, Fritz was the director of assisted living for Cypress Point where she was responsible for compliance, staffing and clinical assessments. Past experience includes the director of nursing for Greenbrier and assistant director of nursing for Stone Spring.

Fritz, a Bradford resident, received her nursing degrees from Upper Valley JVS School of Practical Nursing and Edison Community College RN program.

For more information on Haven Behavioral Hospital of Dayton and the services available to meet the needs of people age 50 and above experiencing deterioration in cognitive functioning or other behavioral issues, call (937) 234-0124 or visit

United Fund to receive $327,394 from MainSource Bank

TROY — Archie Brown, Jr., president and CEO for MainSource Bank, is pleased to announce the results of the bank’s United Fund Campaign for 2017. Alongside his wife, Sharen, they served as the Decatur County United Fund Campaign chairs.

The United Fund is a local organization, run by volunteers and a small staff. It is best known for its role as an efficient fund-raising organization and is able to raise funds for many different non-profit agencies at a low cost. United Fund focuses on developing and maintaining resources that meet human needs, which are the building blocks for a good life and a strong community. Building on its heritage of being a force for good and having a great foundation of employees who truly care about helping others, MainSource Bank’s initiatives align perfectly with the United Fund.

MainSource Bank operates 87 branch locations and reaches into four states including Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. This year, during a two-week campaign drive, employees pledged $218,262.75 to the United Fund and the company matched an additional 50 percent, or $109,131.38, bringing the company’s total United Fund donation to $327,394.13. These donations were distributed to numerous non-profit organizations throughout the entire MainSource geographic footprint.

Archie Brown Jr., President and CEO of MainSource Bank and Campaign co-chair for the Decatur County United Fund noted, “We feel truly honored to have such a caring group of employees. MainSource is dedicated and passionate about financial stability, helping individuals become better positioned for opportunities and the general health and welfare of our neighbors.

“The United Fund advances the common good by creating opportunities for all and we’re pleased to be a part of that.”

For more information about MainSource Bank, visit