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Century National Bank Promotions & Additions

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President & CEO of Century National Bank, is proud to
announce the promotions of Jessica Cranz, Lynn Garrison and Alaina Joseph to Banking
Officers, Hunter Huffman to Administrative Manager and the addition of Victoria (Tori) Thomas
to the Commercial Lending Department.

In April of 2000, Jessica Cranz began her career in Century National Bank’s Consumer Lending
department. She joined the Commercial Lending department in 2003 and became a
Commercial Credit Analyst in 2010.

Cranz graduated from Zanesville High School and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business
and Economics at Muskingum University.

Cranz and her husband, Jonathan, reside in Zanesville. They have one son, Owen.

Lynn Garrison started her banking career with First Federal (now Century National Bank) as a
teller in 1988. Throughout her 27 years with the Bank, Garrison has held several positions within
the Retail area, Mortgage Processing department and Commercial Lending department. In
January of 2010, Garrison was promoted to Supervisor of the Commercial Lending Processing
department, and then to Administrative Officer in 2012.

A graduate of Bishop Rosecrans High School, Garrison attended Zane State College.

Garrison and her husband, Jeff, reside in Zanesville. They have two children, Seth and Jessica.

Alaina Joseph joined the Commercial Lending team as an Administrative Officer in August of
2012. She attended Bishop Rosecrans High School and received her bachelor’s degree from
The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business. Joseph furthered her education by
receiving her CPA certification in 2013.

Joseph serves as a Board Member for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and resides in Zanesville with
her husband, Matthew.

Hunter Huffman joined the Bank’s Collections department in July of 2009. He later moved to the Loan
Servicing department where he served as a Modification Advisor before being named Banking Center
Manager of Century’s Kroger Office in March of 2012.

Huffman graduated from Zanesville High School. He is a member of the Free Masons and Fraternal
Order of Eagles, assists in coaching several area little league teams, and is treasurer for the Zanesville
Lil’ Devils organization.

Hunter, his wife, Courtney, and his step-son, Ty, reside in Zanesville.

Tori Thomas has returned to Century National Bank as an Assistant Vice President and
Commercial Lender. Thomas had previously been employed as a Commercial Lender at
Century from 1996 to 2010. She returns with over 20 years of banking experience.

Thomas earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Wittenberg University. As a Zanesville
resident, she remains very active in serving her community through Rotary, Goodwill Industries,
Genesis Spirit of Women, and Maysville Archery Boosters.

Thomas and her husband, David, have two children, Cole and Hunter.

About Century National Bank
Century National Bank provides deposit, loan, and trust and investment services for families and businesses.
Century has 14 offices across six counties and is one of the 11 Ohio community banks that make up The Park
National Corporation (NYSE: PRK). For more information, visit CenturyNationalBank.com.
Media Contact: Brittany Stubbs, 740-455-7241 , bstubbs@centurynationalbank.com

 

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