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Fifth Third Bank Names Evansville's First Female City President

On Monday, officials with Fifth Third Bank announced the Evansville market's newest City President.

Posted: Apr 5, 2021 2:57 PM

Officials with Fifth Third bank said Monday that Neely Pierce had been named the City President of Fifth Third Bank in Evansville, Indiana.

According to Fifth Third, Neely has been with the Bank for almost 28 years and is passionate about driving a best-in-class customer experience. Neely will continue to serve as the Regional Retail Executive for the Indiana Region.

“Neely has held many roles in her tenure at the Bank and embraces every opportunity to serve the communities in which we live and work," said Regional President Mike Ash. "This expanded role will allow her to bring her expertise and commitment to community service to the Southern Indiana market."

Neely attended the University of Southern Indiana where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree. Her involvement in the community includes her work on numerous civic boards, including President of Albion Fellows Bacon Center for 3 years of her 10-year tenure.

She also currently serves on the WNIN Board and the Women’s Fund Advisory Board, which is a sub-committee of the Vanderburgh Community Foundation. Neely resides in Evansville with her daughter, Ayden, while her son Conner attends Balls State University.

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