The president's job at Northwest Indiana Bancorp of Munster, Ind., has been passed on to a fourth generation of Bochnowski.
The $782 million-asset company said in a press release that Benjamin Bochnowski, who remains the company's chief operating officer, will have the same posts at its bank. As president, Bochnowski succeeded Joel Gorelick.
Bochnowski's father, David Bochnowski, is the company's chairman and chief executive.
"Ben brings to the table a proven track record of performance," the elder Bochnowski said in the release. "Born and raised in the area, he has an inherent sense of civic responsibility and commitment to community development to help position the bank for long term growth."