Let me introduce myself. My name is Steve Ader. My wife Deb and I live in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, a suburb of the greater Cincinnati area.
After attending the University of Kentucky, I returned to Ft. Thomas. There I met Deb at Central Trust Bank. We settled in Fort Thomas. There we worked and raised our two children, Stefanie and Jackson. They and their families live in the area as well.
I retired in 2015, after spending 35 plus years working in the finance and retirement program profession in Cincinnati. I specialized in the bank relationships, forensic accounting and retirement plans operations. My prior employers were Central Trust Bank, Fifth Third Bank and Procter & Gamble (retired 2015).
Since retiring, I expanded my involvement with Habitat for Humanity including a two-week mission trip to El Salvador. I enjoy home remodeling for family members, multiple woodworking projects and golf. In July 2016, I joined the board of Hosea House and focused on the financial operations. I was nominated to be Chairman a year later and continue in that role today.