Founded in 1834, Old National (NASDAQ: ONB) is the largest financial services holding company headquartered in Indiana. ONB is committed to sound, conservative community banking and lending.
With nearly 200 banking centers, we provide services to individuals, families and businesses across Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Kentucky. As we have grown, we have never lost sight of our humble beginnings or our commitment to being a community bank.
Thompson Thrift, established in 1986, is a respected and nationally recognized, full-service development and construction company dedicated to serving individuals and businesses throughout the United States. Thompson Thrift Construction, Thompson Thrift Development and Watermark Residential continue to deliver superior projects within the communities we serve, allowing us to positively influence those around us.
Ruoff Home Mortgage is an approved seller/servicer for Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, as well as an approved issuer for Ginnie Mae enabling us to offer a variety of mortgage products. With over 30 years of experience, Ruoff makes the process of securing a mortgage simple and straight forward – with no hidden costs and surprises.
Ruoff Home Mortgage is one of the Midwest’s fastest growing mortgage lenders, but its focus will always be its customers and the fulfillment of a service pledge undertaken by Dave Ruoff 29 years ago.
Union Hospital exists to serve our patients with compassionate healthcare of the highest quality. Union Hospital, Union Hospital Clinton, and our network of primary care physicians join together to provide comprehensive care to residents of west central Indiana and eastern Illinois. Our facilities include two hospitals, 24 primary care physicians and six hospitalists.
As a not-for-profit healthcare system, we are committed to providing advanced, quality healthcare to our communities. Since our beginnings in 1892, we have continued to improve and expand our services, facilities and the skills of our employees to provide care to all residents of the Wabash Valley, regardless of their ability to pay.