Lisa Arnold has been named president and chief operating officer of Home Bank. At the annual meeting, the Home Bank Board of Directors appointed Arnold to her new role, which includes a seat on the board. Arnold joined the bank in 1985 and most recently served as executive vice president and chief operating officer. In addition to various affiliations in the local community, she is a member of the Alumni Council of Franklin College, former president of the Future Leadership Division of the Indiana Bankers Association, and a past member of the IBA Board of Directors. Arnold earned a bachelor’s degree from Franklin College and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. She is also a graduate of the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania and the ABA National Commercial Lending School at Southern Methodist University. Dan Moore will remain with the bank as Chief Executive Officer. About Home Bank Home Bank SB was chartered in 1890 as a mutual institution, which essentially means that it is owned by its depositors. Without private ownership or stockholders, the bank’s profits are allocated entirely to its capital reserves, resulting in greater fiscal strength and resources for community support. Home Bank serves South Central Indiana with offices in Morgan, Hendricks and Johnson counties.