ROACHDALE — Tri-County Bank is pleased to announce that Amanda York has been named its bank secrecy act officer. York joined TCB in 2019, with a strong customer service background. Prior to joining the bank York spent nine years in restaurant management both in the Chicago area and in Crawfordsville. York’s previous role with the bank was as assistant BSA officer. She also worked in the audit and compliance areas.
“Amanda will do an excellent job as our BSA officer,” said Chuck Dixon, president and CEO. “There are few areas in the bank that come under more regulatory scrutiny than BSA. Her superior work ethic will aid the bank in meeting the compliance issues associated with BSA.”
York received an associate’s degree from Lincoln College and her bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University. She, her husband Dillon, and children Andrew and Eloise live in Crawfordsville.
Jamie Schoemaker has been named the bank’s assistant bank secrecy act officer and audit/compliance liaison. Schoemaker came to TCB in 2019 with four years of banking experience. Since joining TCB she has worked in the teller and data operation areas of the bank. She also holds the position of information security officer.
“Jamie has willingly taken on several roles in her time with TCB,” Dixon said. “This new venture into audit, compliance, and BSA is a great fit for both the bank and for her.”
Schoemaker is a graduate of Terre Haute South Vigo High School and resides in Roachdale.
Tri-County Bank is a community bank with offices in Roachdale, Crawfordsville, Russellville and Bainbridge.