ROACHDALE — The board of directors of Tri-County Bank and Trust Company announce that Nathan Scott has been named assistant vice president and that Isaiah Foster has been named credit analyst.
Scott has been with Tri-County bank for six years and has been a lender for the past 10 years. He is an experienced agricultural and commercial lender, residential mortgage lender and consumer lender. Scott oversees much of the bank’s agricultural loans. He is also the bank’s community reinvestment act officer and sits on the bank’s senior lending committee.
Prior to his banking career he was involved in geology, environmental regulatory compliance and cash grain farming.
“Giving back to the families that helped raise me is something I take very seriously and being given a chance to help is truly an honor,” Scott said.
He is a graduate of Earlham College and North Putnam High School. He enjoys spending time with his family and farming.
Foster has been with Tri-County Bank for two years and has been in banking for the past five years. He is moving from the bank’s trust department to the lending area; however, he is an experienced credit analyst.
“The best part about being a community banker is being able to make a difference in the lives of those within the community,” Foster said. “Being a community banker is an honor to genuinely see how our efforts are positively affecting lives within the community.”
He is a graduate of Purdue University and Crawfordsville High School. He enjoys spending time with his wife and twin daughters. He also enjoys playing golf.
“We are pleased to have Nathan and Isaiah as part of the bank’s lending team,” Dixon said. “Their years of lending expertise and their forward-thinking natures helps to elevate our already strong banking culture.”