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Denny Promoted at Century National Bank

December 19, 2014

NEW LEXINGTON, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President & CEO of Century National Bank, is proud to announce the promotion of Sonya Denny to Administrative Manager.

Denny joined the bank in 2007 as a part-time teller at the New Lexington Banking Center. She has held several titles during her tenure, including head teller, sales administrator, and personal banker. Denny was promoted to the Banking Center Manager in 2013. She will continue to serve as the Banking Center Manager as an Administrative Manager.

A graduate of Miller High School, Denny attended Ohio University. She resides in New Lexington with her husband, Luke, and their son, Landen.

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

View a pdf of the news release. 

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