J. Mark Robinson
President of the Board, appointed by the Clark County Commissioners

J. Mark Robinson is the managing attorney of the New Albany office of Indiana Legal Services, Inc. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Purdue University in 1969, law degree from the University of Louisville School of Law in 1973, and a Master of Divinity from the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in 1974. He was admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1973, the State of Indiana in 1974, and the United States District Courts for the Southern District of Indiana and the Western District of Kentucky.

Mr. Robinson has served as in-house counsel to Chemetron Corporation, a staff attorney for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and has spent the past 24 years with Indiana Legal Services. His professional memberships include the Clark and Floyd County Bar Associations; the Indiana State, Kentucky, and American Bar Associations; and the Sherman Minton American Inn of Court. He is the past president of the Clark County Bar Association, past president of the Clark County Board of Public Defenders, and has served Clark County in the Indiana State Bar Association House of Delegates for the past six years. He is also a Master Fellow of the Indiana Bar Foundation.

As a Presbyterian minister, Mr. Robinson has served small rural parishes in southeastern Indiana throughout the past 27 years. In addition to being a member of the Indiana Pro Bono Commission, he was appointed to a five-year term as a member of the Disciplinary Commission on April 11, 2001.

Norman E. “Ned” Pfau, Jr.
Vice President of the Board, appointed by the City of Jeffersonville

Since 1965, Norman E. (Ned) Pfau, Jr. has been President and CEO of Geo. Pfau’s Sons Co. Geo. Pfau is an international manufacturer of specialty fats and oils. Mr. Pfau is a native Hoosier and a graduate of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, earning a B.S. in Finance. Mr. Pfau’s current directorships include Indiana Manufacturers Association (past Chairman); Jeffersonville Urban Enterprise Association; Indiana University Foundation; Indiana University Varsity Club (past President); Paul Ogle Foundation. Past directorships include 27 years Bank One Kentucky; 8 years Your Community Bank; 20 years Indiana Port Commission; Indiana State Chamber of Commerce; Ivy Tech Community College (former Trustee); Clark County Metro United Way (past Chairman and President); Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis-Louisville Branch (past Chairman); Bridgepointe Goodwill & Easter Seals, Inc. (past President); inducted into Kentuckiana Business Hall of Fame 2012.

Philip W. “Phil” McCauley
Secretary/Treasurer, appointed by the Indiana Port Commission

Philip W. (Phil) McCauley is a retired certified public accountant having started in public accounting in 1965 with the Kentucky based firm of Yeager, Ford and Warren who later merged with the international accounting firm of Coopers and Lybrand. Phil then spent 24 years as managing partner of McCauley, Nicolas and Company, a regional accounting firm with offices in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. He is a graduate of St. Joseph’s College with a B.S. in accounting and is an honorary lifetime member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. After retiring from public accounting, Phil served as Deputy Mayor, Redevelopment Director and City Councilman for the city of Jeffersonville, IN. For the last 15 years Phil has assisted clients as a financial advisor specializing in purchases, sales and valuations of businesses and financing expansions and special projects. He has been married to Sandy Wolf McCauley for 50 years and they have four children and 9 grandchildren who are the light of their lives. Phil presently serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee and Chairs the finance committee of Home of the Innocents, a Louisville based organization that served over 8,000 neglected and abused children last year. He also serves on the Board of Commissioners of the Ports of Indiana having been appointed by Governor Daniels and reappointed by Governor Pence. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Perrin Family Park Foundation and the Clark and Floyd Counties advisory board for River Valley Bank. He has served on the Boards of St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities, Providence Junior Senior High School, Indianapolis Archdiocesan Catholic Community Foundation, the New Albany Deanery, Sacred Heart Church and Indiana State Chamber of Commerce. He has been a member of and participated in various professional organizations and committees. He has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, Red Cross Humanitarian of the Year for Clark County and other civic awards.

Patrick J. “Pat” Glotzbach
Board Member, Appointed by the City of Charlestown

Patrick J. “Pat” Glotzbach is the Chief Executive Officer of The New Washington State Bank, Charlestown, Indiana, which he joined in 1991. Pat began his banking career in 1980 with the First Bank of Charlestown.  He served as Chairman of the Indiana Bankers Association and as a board member and past chairman of the Medical Center of Southern Indiana and Saint Catherine Regional Hospital. He is a past member of the board of directors of One Southern Indiana Chamber & Economic Development and currently serves on the City of Charlestown Vision Team. He is a member of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS) Advisory Board and also a River Ridge Development Board Member representing the City of Charlestown. Pat is a graduate of Vincennes University, the Stonier Graduate School of Banking and completed the National Commercial Lending School of the American Bankers Association. He previously served the IBA board as first and second vice chairman and as ABA Membership Council representative.  He proudly served as the President of NWSB for 15 years and recently he was appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Louisville branch.

Edward “Ed” Meyer
Board Member, Appointed by the Town of Utica

Mr. Meyer is a former Clark County Commissioner during the time River Ridge was formed.