The Board of Directors of LincolnWay Community Bank is all local businessmen with local ties. The entire group is dedicated to bringing old-fashioned community banking to the Lincolnway area.
Terrence Ruettiger (Chairman of the Board)
Terry is a lifelong resident of the area. He is involved in several local chambers of commerce and serves as a board member of local organizations including Joliet Area Community Hospice, Will County Center for Economic Development, Joliet City Center Development, Lewis University President’s Advisory Board, University of St. Francis Business Advisory Board, Joliet Area Historical Museum and the Will-Grundy Industry Advancement Trust.
George serves as Chief Credit Officer at LincolnWay Community Bank. George is a graduate of Purdue University and has over 30 years of banking experience. George has served on several Boards including The Boy Scouts of America & Park District Baseball League, and is a past member of the Lions Club.
Bob has 29 years of banking experience and last served as the Chief Operating Officer of Amerifed until its sale in 1995. His past activities have included Director of Institutional Advancement for Joliet Junior College, Executive Director for the Joliet Junior College Foundation, Chair of Provena Saint Joseph /Morris Health Network, Secretary of Franciscan Sisters Health Care Corporation, Vice Chair of Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center Divisional Board of Directors, Chair of Saint Joseph Medical Center Foundation, Joliet Rotary Board of Directors, Chair of Dislocated Worker Assistance Center Community Center Task Force and Chair of Cmmerce/Industry Division of the United Way of Will County Annual Campaign. Currently Bob is Vice Chair for the Indian Prairie Educational Foundation, Chairman of Provena Health Corporation, and past Chair for the Heritage YMCA Group.
Jim has been a businessman in the New Lenox area for over 30 years. He owned and operated James E Hearns & Associates, LLC, a local accounting firm and is registered with the SEC as an investment advisor. He is a member of the Independent Accountants of Illinois and is a trustee for the James Hearns Charitable Foundation.
Keith currently serves as an accountant and financial consultant for James E Hearn & Associates, LLC of which he is a partner. He is a lifelong resident of New Lenox and has been active in local activities. Keith is a past trustee of the Village of New Lenox and is a member of the New Lenox Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Independent Accountant’s Association of Illinois and the National Association of Enrolled Agents. He is also very active in local efforts to support habitat restoration and education.
Ron is President and Owner of Norwalk Tank Co., a local manufacturing company that specializes in the manufacturing of precast products. He is the past President and Executive Director of the Illinois Precast Association. Ron is also a Master Mason with the local Masonic Lodge.
Greg is the founder and Chief Executive Officer for ATI Physical Therapy, a provider of outpatient physical therapy services throughout Illinois and the Milwaukee, Wisconsin areas since 1996. ATI’s corporate offices are located in Bolingbrook, Illinois. Greg has also established the ATI Foundation which helps offset the cost of medical care for children and families in need.
Mark serves as President of LincolnWay Community Bank. He has over 38 years of banking experience. He has served on the board of the Will-Grundy Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center and has been active in the local chamber of commerce. Mark has been a member of the Joliet Rotary Club for 14 years and a past member of the Minooka Lions Club.
Mike is President of Carefree Lawn Sprinklers, Inc., a local provider of underground sprinkler systems. He is a member of several local chambers of commerce. Mike is also a member of several professional organizations including the National Irrigation Association, Plumbers Union Local 130, Illinois Turf Irrigation Association, Operators Union Local 150, American Backflow Prevention Association, South Suburban Home Builders Association and others.
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