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Banker

Richard Walker Snodgrass, American banker. Recipient Golden Dome award, 1st National Bank Warsaw, 1975.

Background

Snodgrass, Richard Walker was born on November 26, 1942 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of D. James and Mary E. (Walker) Snodgrass.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Management and Administration, Indiana University, 1967. Graduate with honors, University Wisconsin School Banking, 1976. Graduate with honors, Ohio State University Graduate School Real Estate and Finance, 1979.

Graduate in commercial lending (honorary), University Oklahoma, 1982.

Career

Salesman College Life Insurance, Bloomington, Indiana, 1967—1969. Assistant trust officer 1st National Bank, Warsaw, 1969—1971, assistant vice president, 1971—1975, vice president, since 1975.

Membership

Past president School Board, United Way. Board directors, president Otis Bowen Center, 1986—1987. Member planning committee Sacred Heart Church, Warsaw, since 1983, president parish council, since 1988, chairman building committee, 1985—1986.

Board directors Habitat for Humanity. Member of Warsaw Chamber of Commerce (board directors, treasurer 1988-1989, past president), Robert Morris Association, Kosciusko County Home Builders, Kosciusko County Realtors (treasurer, board directors 1988-1989), Indiana Banker Association (chairman mortgage lending subcommittee), Optimists.

Connections

Married Linda R. Schlag, January 30, 1965. Children: Richard Matthew, Mark Robert, Danielle Marie.

father:
D. James Snodgrass

mother:
Mary E. (Walker) Snodgrass

spouse:
Linda R. Schlag

children:
Mark Robert Snodgrass

Danielle Marie Snodgrass

Richard Matthew Snodgrass