Field & Main Bank promotes 2 to new roles

Danny Garness, left, and Geoff Gentil

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Danny Garness has been named senior loan officer, first senior vice president at Field & Main Bank. He previously served as president, Evansville market for Field & Main Bank. With a background in both investment management and commercial lending, Garness brings more than 25 years of financial services expertise to Field & Main clients.

In this role, Garness provides leadership to business development efforts for Field & Main’s entire lending team, and oversees all lending functions across all of the bank’s markets. Additionally, Garness continues to manage a large portfolio of commercial loans, focusing on developing and growing his customer relationships in the Evansville market.

Garness earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing and management from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in 1994. He currently serves the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity of Vanderburgh County as vice president. Garness is also a board member for the Evansville Police Department Foundation. Garness lives in Evansville, Ind. with his wife Teresa and his three children.

Geoff Gentil has been named president, Evansville market at Field & Main Bank. He previously served as assistant market president for Field & Main Bank in Evansville, Ind. Gentil brings 19 years of banking experience to the position.

In this role, Gentil will be focusing on growing the Evansville market with an emphasis on commercial loan growth and overall deposit growth. Additionally, he will work to enliven Field & Main’s purpose of “Building Community,” in the Evansville area, extending civic and economic resources to those who need it.

Gentil earned his bachelor’s degree in business education from the University of Southern Indiana in 1992. He currently serves on the Ivy Tech School of Business Advisory Board, North Posey School Board, Posey County Economic Development Partnership, and the Posey County Redevelopment Commission. Gentil lives in Wadesville, Ind. with his wife Kristina and their four children.