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Overmyer to head business banking team in region
Shannon Overmyer has been named senior vice president in charge of KeyBank’s business banking team in Northwest Ohio, district president James Hoffman announced in a news release.
A veteran of more than 10 years in small business lending, Overmyer recently managed JP Morgan Chase’s small business unit for western Ohio. After attending UT, he worked in several area business fields prior to Chase, the release said. A native of Findlay, Overmyer has been involved in various community activities, including Junior Achievement and Kiwanis.
ProMedica unveils program for seniors
ProMedica Health System has introduced Freedom Health, a program designed to provide in-home health care to seniors. Freedom Health is affiliated with The Toledo Hospital and Bixby Medical Center in Adrian, Mich., and will help seniors better manage their health while allowing physicians to manage and monitor their care, according to a news release.
Services of the program will include: a personal alarm service, a personal health concierge service, a 30-minute, in-home visit by a registered nurse once a month and two 15-minute personal sessions per month, among others.
Fifth Third introduces military package
Fifth Third Bank has launched its U.S. Military Banking package, providing banking privileges and benefits for military personnel, including active duty, retired, reserve/guard, veterans and their immediate families. According to a news release, the program benefits include:
• Free ATM use anywhere in the United States.
• Choice of a variety of checking accounts.
• Fifth Third Gold Debit MasterCard with free Fifth Third Rewards enrollment.
• Special CD rates.
• Loan discounts and VA mortgage loans.
“While we serve veterans across our footprint, we also have a significant branch presence near many large military bases to serve active duty and retired military personnel,” said Karen Dee, senior vice president and head of retail banking, in a statement. “We are committed to serving the unique needs of our customers and, when the opportunity makes sense, we do so through customized products and services such as these. We are happy to provide this military banking program to better serve those who so proudly serve our country.” The Bank estimates nearly 30 bases within its service area, representing all branches of the military.
Eligible participants can enroll in Fifth Third Military Banking by visiting any branch location and presenting their Military ID, DD214 Form or Privilege Card.