Community First Bank Hires Austin Schultz and Darcy Stair

January 30, 2023 – Community First Bank of Indiana (CFB) is pleased to welcome Austin Schultz and Darcy Stair to its Hamilton County team.

headshot of Austin Schultz, Commercial LenderAustin Schultz joined the team as Vice President, Commercial Lender based in Hamilton County. He brings 18 years of banking experience and has been specializing in commercial lending since 2009. He is a graduate of the University of Indianapolis and the Graduate School of Banking at University of Wisconsin – Madison. Austin currently serves on the board of directors for several local organizations including the Forest Hills Country Club (past president), University of Indianapolis Greyhound Club, Kokomo Country Club, and Forest Hills Historical Foundation (president). Austin also previously served on the Kokomo Revolving Loan Fund. When not serving his clients and community, you can find Austin spending time with family and enjoying a round of golf.

headshot of Darcy Stair, Branch ManagerDarcy Stair joined the team as Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager of the Oak Ridge banking center in Westfield. She brings 10 years of banking and sales experience and studied at Indiana University Kokomo. Darcy also became a graduate of the TrueU Leader in Training program in 2022 and the Manchester University Leadership Development program in 2019. She enjoys serving her community and has given her time to Junior Achievement, OneZone Chamber of Commerce, and Girl Scouts of Central Indiana.

About the bank: Community First Bank (CFB) was chartered in 2003 in Kokomo, Indiana and is committed to keeping outstanding customer service, local decision-making, and relationship-building at its core. The locally owned and operated bank currently has branches in Indianapolis, Kokomo, Westfield, and Noblesville. CFB has been named as one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana for 8 consecutive years by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. Additional information can be found at MEMBER FDIC, Equal Housing Lender