Huron Valley State Bank Announces the Appointment of Joseph Ohmer, Chief Financial Officer
Huron Valley State Bank announced the appointment of Joseph Ohmer to Vice President, Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Ohmer has over 22 years of finance and accounting experience and has extensive knowledge in restricted funds, analysis, asset/liability management, budgeting, costing, forecasting and profitability reporting.
Mr. Ohmer began his career as a staff accountant at Michcon and two years later accepted a position at Henry Ford Health System as a Financial Analyst. Within three years he was promoted to Senior Financial Analyst. Shortly thereafter was promoted to Manager of Fund Accounting. He was once again promoted to the Director of Fund Accounting which he served in that capacity until joining the executive team at Huron Valley State Bank.
“We are fortunate to have Joe join our executive management team,” stated Jack Shubitowski, President and CEO of Huron Valley State Bank, “In this critical role, he will be responsible for overseeing all finance, accounting, asset liability and regulatory reporting for the bank. His regulatory background along with his extensive experience will be a significant advantage to our company.”
“Community banking is all about relationships and I am committed to helping us grow our mission at the bank,” said Ohmer, “There is something really special here at the bank. Our employees are genuinely happy to be here and it is contagious. Our customers feel it too and the numbers speak for themselves. I am excited to be part of a growing and vibrant organization”.
Mr. Ohmer earned his Master of Science in Finance from Walsh College and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting from Eastern Michigan University. He also has a minor in psychology. In addition, he serves as Treasurer of the Eastside Community Network and Treasurer of Pack 52 Cub Scouts.
Mr. Ohmer lives in Milford with his wife Leah and their seven-year-old son Jackson. He enjoys reading, playing catch with his son, travelling and spending time with family.