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MainSource Bank Announces James A. Applewhite as SVP Mortgage Operations Manager

10/8/2013

MainSource Bank (NASDAQ: MSFG), Greensburg, Indiana – Daryl R. Tressler, President and CEO for MainSource Bank, is pleased to welcome James A.(Andy) Applewhite as our Senior Vice President and Mortgage Operations Manager. Andy will assume responsibility for the overall administration of Mortgage Operations division, including secondary market and title services. 

Andy received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and brings more than 25 years of banking experience to MainSource Bank. 

Andy, along with his family, lives in Seymour, where he has been a resident for 19 years. He has been involved with the Indiana Mortgage Banker’s Compliance Committee as Chair, and also was a board member for the Seymour Chamber of Commerce. 

Mr. Applewhite stated, “I have been in the banking industry for many years. I witnessed MainSource Bank’s growth and leadership throughout Indiana, so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to become a part of such a great company. I believe my mortgage background and years of serving a large part of the MainSource footprint will help the bank enhance its strengths in those markets.”

Mr. Tressler added, “We are extremely pleased to have Andy join our management teams. He has many years of experience in the mortgage and risk areas and this will strengthen our Mortgage Division.”

MainSource Bank is a subsidiary of MainSource Financial Group, Inc., which is headquartered in Greensburg, Indiana. MainSource Financial Group is listed on the NASDAQ National Market (under the symbol: “MSFG”) and is a community-focused, financial holding company with assets of approximately $2.7 billion. The Company operates 72 full-service offices throughout Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Ohio through its banking subsidiary, MainSource Bank, headquartered in Greensburg, Indiana. Through its non-banking subsidiary, MainSource Title LLC, the Company provides various related financial services.

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