LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Eclipse Bank president and CEO Andrew Pyles announced today the expansion of the Eclipse Bank team to include three new hires and a new member of the Eclipse Board. The new team members will work in mortgage, commercial and retail sales, and front-line customer service.
“Eclipse Bank has a passion for customer service,” said Pyles. “We hire exceptional and experienced talent in order to enhance the experience of every customer.”
Louisville-native Abby Beyerle will serve as Assistant Vice President and Retail Sales Manager for Eclipse. She will utilize her experience in sales and lending to serve retail customers as well as producing residential mortgage and small business loans.
Osia Craig brings three decades of experience to the Eclipse team as Mortgage Loan Originator. He has worked primarily in the Louisville market, creating mortgage loan solutions for his customers. At Eclipse, he will utilize his strong local connections and work to provide an array of financing options to serve customers with home lending needs.
Greg Siegrist joins the Eclipse team as Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager. He has more than 25 years of Louisville and Southern Indiana-based experience, specifically in commercial banking and business lending. In his new role, he will focus on delivering commercial credit and deposit solutions to new and existing customers.
Dr. Rebecca Booth is the newest member of the Eclipse Board of Directors. Booth is a well-respected physician at Women First of Louisville and has been named in Louisville Magazine as one of Louisville’s “Top Docs.”
Eclipse Bank is a full-service bank with a commitment to exceptional service and community needs. The team of banking professionals participates in community caring through donations, volunteerism, and employee engagement. Eclipse Bank has an “ATM Fee Free” policy – no fees for using an Eclipse Bank ATM card around the globe and reimbursement for other banks’ fees. Eclipse Bank is located at 3827 Shelbyville Road in the heart of St. Matthew’s. For more information, visit eclipsebank.com or follow Eclipse on Facebook and Twitter.
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