Patrick Glotzbach was appointed by Mayor Bob Hall today to serve as a member of the Board of the Charlestown Redevelopment Commission. ” As Charlestown enters a time of economic growth, Pat brings a lifetime of economic experience that will help guide the board through these exciting times,” Mayor Bob Hall stated. “We are honored to have him serve with us.”
“I share the Mayor’s optimism of the economic growth that is taking place in our community, I am excited to be able to be a part of it,” said Glotzbach of his appointment. “I am happy to share my experience and help in any way I can to keep Charlestown in the forefront of this economic growth.”
Pat Glotzbach is president and chief executive office of the New Washington-based bank holding company. Previously, he was president and chief executive officer of The New Washington State Bank, Charlestown, which he joined in 1991. He began his banking career in 1980 with the First Bank of Charlestown. Pat is a past chairman of the Indiana Bankers Association. This board has honored Pat with the Leader in Banking Excellence Award which is given to those who have positively impacted Indiana Banks. He serves on several other banking and community boards and is a graduate of Vincennes University and the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking in Philadelphia, PA., and has completed the National Commercial Lending School of the American Bankers Association.
Glotzbach serves as the member of the board of directors of the Louisville Branch of the St. Louis Federal Reserve and named one of Louisville Business First’s 20 People to Know in Banking in 2017. He will remain Charlestown’s appointment to the River Ridge board, having also served in this position for the past three years.