Jeff Jones graduated from Purdue University in 1985, then worked for a year with Farm Credit Services in Fulton and Pulaski County. He began his banking career in 1987 at The First National Bank of Logansport, now PNC Bank.
In September 1999 he joined Logansport Savings Bank and helped to develop the commercial and agriculture lending program currently in place at the bank.
Jones is active at his church, Galveston First Baptist Church, where he serves on the deacon board and is a past Chairman of the Deacon Board.
He’s also a board member at the Purdue Christian Campus house in Lafayette, where he serves on the finance committee, and is a member of the Logansport and Cass County Kiwanis Club and a two-time past president of the club.
Jones has also served on the Purdue-Cass County Extension Board as a board member and president.
Jones and his wife, Jill live in Walton and have three children, Phillip (and daughter-in-law Kayla), Zachary, and Megan. In his spare time, Jeff likes to ride his Harley and shoot firearms with friends and family.
Madeline Tocco was born and raised in Cass County, where she has lived for 94 years. She graduated from Washington Township School in 1943. After graduation, she worked 10 years in the Cass County Court House – 10 years in the Abstract Office – five years in a real estate office and 32 years in banking before joining Logansport Savings Bank 20 years ago. Madeline has three children, seven grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
Tracey Remley is the Loan Operations Supervisor and has been with the bank for 20 years.
Born and raised in Cass County, she is a graduate of Pioneer High School and studied at Ivy Tech Community College.
Tracey is an avid sports fan; she especially loves horse racing. Her other interests include the Chicago Cubs, Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers.
Brenda Culp has more than 30 years of banking experience, all with Logansport Savings Bank, and has been in the customer service area her entire career.
She enjoys working with people and helping them with their financial needs.
“I have had the pleasure meeting and helping many people through the years and look forward to meeting and helping many more. Please come see me at Logansport Savings Bank,” Culp stated.
New Compliance Officer
Maureen Prentice has joined the bank as Senior Vice President of Compliance and BSA Officer.
She has been in banking for more than 32 years, including 27 years as a community banker in Logansport and five years with Ally Bank in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Prentice is a Certified Community Bank Compliance Officer and Certified Community Bank Internal Auditor. She served on the American Bankers Association’s (ABA) Compliance School Board for 11 years and currently serves on the ABA’s “Compliance Magazine” Editorial Board.
She has previously served on the Cass County YMCA Board, along with participating in other community activities within Cass County.