JASPER, Ind. — German American Bank announced recently the addition of Ed Erickson as senior vice president, director of mortgage. In this role, he will assume the responsibility of leading the mortgage sales and service team throughout the bank’s market area. He will oversee mortgage loan origination, servicing, secondary marketing and portfolio management.
Erickson brings over 32 years of experience along with a track record of building successful mortgage sales and operations teams in various markets throughout the country, including Indiana.
Erickson is a graduate of Grace College in Winona Lake, Ind. where he received both his undergraduate and MBA degrees and has served on numerous boards including the president of the Mortgage Bankers Association chapter of Southwest Florida.
Erickson and his wife Jenny and their three sons Noah, Sam and Luke have recently relocated back to their home state of Indiana.
“Our mortgage loan clients and our German American team will benefit from Ed’s vast knowledge gained through leading successful mortgage lending operations,” states Clay Ewing, president of German American Bank. “His enthusiasm, professionalism, and client-first approach will enable us to continue our long standing commitment to help our customers confidently take the next step to buy, build or refinance with the support of an experienced mortgage team.”
“I appreciate German American Bank’s long history, and its mission and values, which are foundational to helping individuals, families and businesses prosper within the communities the bank serves,” Erickson said. “I am honored to be a part of the growing German American Bank family.”