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Heartland Bank Celebrates the Success of the Watts Farm

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Photo of Barb and Phil WattsBarb and Phil Watts are very proud of their farm, what they produce and what they do for the community. The commercial cattle farm in Alexandria, which they acquired in 2001, is located along State Route 161/37 between New Albany and Granville in central Ohio. They currently crop farm 2,100 acres and feed 2,000 Holsteins. According to Phil, “The first years were slower. Anybody who’s lived through the ‘80s knows that those weren’t good years to expand, and it went slower then. But we have survived that and the last 15 years have been more expansion than ever before.”  

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Celebrating the Success of Morrison Sign Company

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Image of CNC Router with Newly Made SignsAt 15 years old, when Dave Morrison landed his first job at a local sign shop, he would have no way of knowing that he’d found his life’s calling. He would have no way of knowing that he also would share this dream with his brother Doug and his children as they would together run a successful sign company and a prosperous family business.  

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Heartland Bank Agribusiness Success Story - Claylick Farm

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Photo of Horse from the Claylick FarmIt’s been several years since Dave Felumlee stepped away from his family’s dairy farm and opened his own operation, Claylick Run Angus Genetics in Newark. He began to learn the cattle business through a high school 4H project, and soon thereafter, purchased his first Angus heifers. The entire Felumlee clan, including parents Orville and Rachel (who have a separate 1,200 acre grain-farm operation) and his wife Dawn and kids Keri and Kacey, are proud caretakers of their family’s farm. Their years as dairy farmers have certainly contributed to their success at Claylick Run.  

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Celebrating the Success of Bell Equipment Company

Sunday, March 05, 2017

Photo of three Bell Equipment EmployeesIf you’re in the market for a refuse or recycling collection vehicle, a state of the art salt spreader, a hydraulic articulated municipal tractor, or an asphalt maintenance trailer, Heartland Bank is proud to introduce you to our friends at Bell Equipment Company

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Celebrating the Success of Beckman XMO

Sunday, December 04, 2016

Beckman XMO employees working at deskSometimes one random move leads you down a path you might never have thought to travel. For Tracy Beckman, owner of Beckman XMO, the purchase of a used one-color printing press in 1981 led him to open S. Beckman Print and Graphic Solutions. Back then, it was all about providing affordable, timely print services to his customers. According to Tracy, the biggest challenge of opening his business at that time was fully learning the trade and then understanding how to take appropriate financial risks. Today, 35 years later, the company offers the strategic and creative vision of an advertising agency, the technical expertise of an interactive agency and the in-house capabilities of a print production firm.  

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Agribusiness is Alive and Well at the Burkhart Family Farm

Saturday, July 30, 2016

In 2006, Heartland Agribusiness clients Cindy and Steve Burkhart were not farming. Far from it. Cindy worked a public service job and Steve was a crop insurance adjuster. But they’d always dreamed about being able to work from home, side by side with their family, as full-time farmers. Reflecting back on their own upbringing on family farms, the couple decided to purchase a 266 acre plot of land in Norwich, Ohio and opened Burkhart Farms with their daughter and son-in-law. In 2013, the Burkharts built two cage free broiler barns and, and with Heartland Bank’s help, they recently added a third barn to their farm. They also grow hay, corn and soybeans as well as raise a small herd of beef cattle. 

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Victory Ministries Center for Hope

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

The Victory Ministries Center for Hope, a new social services hub that offers low-income families a food pantry, a free clothing shop, counseling, medical care and children’s tutoring, opened with great fanfare in Whitehall last week. Following the purchase of a former shopping center in 2013, Executive Director Lloyd Craycroft began the arduous task of fundraising to pay for renovations, programming and debt repayment. The new 1500 sf facility, at 3964 E. Main Street, replaces their former center on Switzer Road in east Columbus. 

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Whitehall Animal Hospital Takes Care of Our Furry Friends

Friday, May 13, 2016

Quality veterinary care is a fundamental offering at Whitehall Animal Hospital. Dr. Anne Duffus, DVM, is committed to providing comprehensive, quality care for each patient to enhance their well-being and quality of life. Their compassionate, knowledgeable and professional team utilizes state of the art technology and is continually implementing the latest in cutting edge medical practices. 

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Meet the Buxton Inn - After 204 Years Still Going Strong

Sunday, May 08, 2016

The Buxton InnWhen the family business is called Urban Restorations and the company’s website touts: ‘The Fusion of Modern Architecture and Historic Preservation’, you might get the impression that owner Bob Schilling and his family concentrate on inner-city homes and properties in central Ohio. But after researching the recent growth of the Licking County community of Granville, the charming and vibrant town just west of Newark, he found out very quickly that the Buxton Inn project was calling his name. Of course, it might have been the famous Inn’s ghosts calling his name…… 

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Heartland Bank is Proud to Support the Gahanna-Jefferson Education Foundation Gala

Saturday, March 05, 2016

The Gahanna-Jefferson Education Foundation (GJEF) was created in 2002 to provide a special community focus on education. The purpose of the Foundation is to "Promote Excellence" by funding innovative projects beyond the traditional expenditures of the Board of Education.  Since 2004 the Foundation has provided funding for innovative projects and student support in excess of $1.3 million. 

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