1st Source Success Stories
These stories celebrate and showcase the success of our clients. We are honored that they chose to partner with us, and we are proud of what they are doing in their communities. 1st Source Bank is committed to supporting the businesses and people that form the backbone of our country and the communities in which we live.
August 26, 2021
David Jackson is teaching his 15-year-old daughter Makenna how to demolish things. It’s the family business. You see, David is the owner of Jackson Demolition Services in Rochester, Ind. He’s been crushing it since 1998 when he graduated from high school and took over the business that his dad began in 1970. He hopes his daughter Makenna will eventually take over for him, keeping the business all in the family. READ MORE
July 14, 2021
There’s something a little cheesy about Autumn Law. If you smile when someone says mac and cheese, you must try one of her cheddary concoctions. This 35-year-old mother, wife, and businesswoman is sharp, and she’s darn gouda at what she does. Her mac and cheese food truck called Baby Got S’MAC has received rave reviews from the local media and from the public on social media. It is one of four food trucks she operates in the Fort Wayne area. READ MORE
June 4, 2021
Two women, a restaurant, and a pandemic. The women are Peg Dalton and Kelli Coppola, the owners of PEGGS restaurant in downtown South Bend. We all know about the COVID-19 pandemic and how it destroyed lives and businesses. Dalton and Coppola managed to get their business through it, despite difficult times and some very unlucky timing. It took resiliency, creative thinking, some help from the government, support from the community, and just plain hard work. READ MORE