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Andrew Heck 062017webDavid Kibbe, President and CEO, is pleased to announce that Andrew Heck has joined Indiana Trust Company as Wealth Advisor and Trust Counsel.
Prior to joining Indiana Trust, Mr. Heck spent more than eleven years as a practicing attorney, focusing on assisting clients with trust and estate, corporate and tax matters.  Mr. Heck then served a local, regional bank as a trust administrator and trust counsel for more than five years.  He looks forward to joining his colleagues at Indiana Trust in serving their clients for many years to come.
Andrew received his bachelor's degree from Wabash College in 1997, and his law degree from Valparaiso University in 2000.  He has attained the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor certification from the American Banker's Association, and the Certified Fiduciary and Investment Risk Specialist designation from Cannon Financial Institute.

ITC Church Community Services

Based on "The Amazing Race" of television fame, teams traverse Elkhart while completing fun tasks at different venues.  This year our team took first place in the "Fun" division; there is also a "Super Fit" division. The amazing Elkhart Race is an annual fundraiser supporting Church Community Services.  Indiana Trust has been an active race sponsor for three years and we've had a team in the race each year. 
CCS is a charity that helps all people in Elkhart County in many ways.  They offer a client choice food bank, Feed to Seed, Soup of Success women's program, Men Alive men's program, and financial assistance services.  Visit them at to find out more.


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David R. Kibbe, J.D. has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Indiana Trust & Investment Management Company by its Board of Directors. Mr. Kibbe assumed his new duties on April 24, 2017 at the Company’s annual meeting. He replaces John S. Seidl, CFA, who is retiring from the position he has held since 2006. Mr. Seidl will serve as Senior Investment Advisor until his retirement from the Company at the end of 2017.
“I am proud to lead Indiana Trust Company and pledge to continue our long-standing commitment to client service and dedication to provide personalized trust and wealth management counsel that is local, independent and unbiased,” said Mr. Kibbe.
Mr. Kibbe joined Indiana Trust in 2011 as a Vice President in the personal trust area. He has over 30 years of experience concentrated in estate and tax planning and trust administration. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Michigan, as well as a Juris Doctorate Degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. He has also earned a Graduate Certificate in Philanthropic Studies through the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.
Mr. Kibbe has been active in numerous community based civic and business organizations. He currently serves as President of the Boards of Hope Ministries and IUSB Arts Foundation, and is a past-President of the Michiana Estate Planning Council. He and his wife, Bridget, have five adult children.


The Markets

Equities continued their positive trend in April, spurred by favorable corporate earnings reports, proposed federal tax cuts, and positive economic signals overseas.  The Nasdaq surpassed 6000 for the first time in its history, while the small-cap Russell 2000 reached a record high by the end of April.  Each of the benchmark indexes listed here posted monthly gains, led by Nasdaq, which increased 2.30%, followed by the Global Dow, which gained almost 1.50% month-over-month.  The large-cap Dow and S&P 500, while gaining in value, may have lagged a bit following less than favorable GDP and jobs growth.  The yield on 10-year Treasuries fell 10 basis points as bond prices increased.
By the close of trading on April 28, the price of crude oil (WTI) was $49.19 per barrel, down from the March 31 price of $50.85 per barrel.  The national average retail regular gasoline price was $2,449 per gallon on April 24, 2017, up from the March 27 selling price of $2.315 and $0.287 more than a year ago.  The price of gold climbed at the end of April, closing at $1,269.50 on the last trading day of the month, up from its March 31 price of $1,250.60.
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The Markets

Riding the momentum following the presidential election, stocks surged for much of the first quarter of 2017.  Buoyed by the anticipation of tax cuts and policies favorable to domestic businesses, the benchmark indexes listed here reached historic highs throughout the quarter.  At the end of January, the Dow reached the magic 20000 mark for the first time, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq gained almost 4.50% for the month.  The trend continued in February, as stocks posted solid monthly gains.  The Dow closed the month with a run of 12 consecutive daily closings that reached all-time highs.  The S&P 500 also achieved a milestone -- 50 consecutive trading sessions without a daily swing of more than 1.0%.  At the close of trading in February, each of the benchmark indexes listed here posted year-to-date gains, led by the Nasdaq, which was up over 8.0%.
March began with a bang but ended with a whimper.  The Dow closed the first week of the month at over 21000, while the Nasdaq gained over 9.0% year-to-date.  However, energy stocks slipped as the price of oil began to fall.  Entering mid-March, investors exercised caution pending the potential Fed interest rate hike and the push for a new health-care law.  Following its mid-March meeting, the Fed raised interest rates 25 basis points, while the move to replace the ACA with a new health-care law failed for lack of congressional support.
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