Kent L. Parisien is area president of First Savings Bank, Clarksville, in Odon. Previously he was president, CEO and a director of The First National Bank of Odon; he had joined the bank in 1995 as vice president, commercial and real estate lending, and was named president/CEO in 2006. During his career, Parisien has served on the Association of Military Banks of America board, on the WestGate @ Crane Technology Park Authority board, and as a volunteer coach in football and track at North Daviess High School. He is a board member of Title Center of Indiana, secretary/treasurer of Walnut Hill Cemetery, and treasurer of the Overton Moore Scholarship board. Parisien earned a bachelor’s degree from Austin Peay State and has completed the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin.
IBA Mission, Vision, Values
Our mission: To advocate for and sustain an environment in which banks can succeed.
Our vision: To provide exemplary service to members as the premier state bank trade association in the country.
Our values: In fulfilling our mission, we will:
- Maintain the highest ethics, integrity and respect for others;
- Serve with professionalism, innovation and resourcefulness;
- Instill passion, positive attitude and enthusiasm;
- Remain mindful that the success of the IBA is judged by the success of its members.