Lakeland Financial in Warsaw, Ind., has a new president.
The $6.4 billion-asset company said in a press release that Kristin Pruitt had also become president of its Lake City Bank. She also joined the boards of the company and the bank.
Pruitt succeeded David Findlay, who remains CEO.
Pruitt joined the company in 2008 and has served as chief administrative officer since 2019.
“Kristin has proven to be an impactful leader during her career at Lake City Bank,” Findlay said in the release. “From day one, she’s brought a practical and thoughtful approach to leadership that exemplifies the Lake City Bank culture.”
With the promotion, Pruitt will become more directly involved with investor and public relations initiatives, along with client and community engagement activities.