News From Terre Haute, Indiana


November 4, 2012

ON THE MOVE: Nov. 4, 2012

TERRE HAUTE — Amy Staub Yargus has been promoted to indirect finance manager in the Installment Loan Department of First Financial Bank. Yargus joined First Financial as a loan officer, also in the installment loan area, in August 2005. Before coming to First Financial, she spent 19 years at Ivy Tech Community College as an instructor in computer information systems. She continues to teach online classes at the institution.   

A native of Marshall, Ill., Yargus graduated from Marshall High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in computer management from Eastern Illinois University in Charleston. Yargus serves on the board of Marshall in Motion and East Central Community Health Center, and is active in the Clark County Trails Coalition, Clark County Relay for Life, the Wabash Valley Road Runners and St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Marshall.

First Financial Bank is a member of First Financial Corp.

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Kenneth R. Warner has been appointed senior vice president and tapped by Bison Financial Group as director of the Terre Haute market. Bison Financial Group is an independent practice of St. Louis-based Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network.  

Warner has 20 years experience in the brokerage business and joins Bison Financial Group from Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, where he was a vice president. Warner holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Indiana State University. He lives in Terre Haute.

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