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Emery Promoted at Century National Bank

NEWCOMERSTOWN, Ohio – Rebecca R. Porteus, Vice President of Century National Bank, is proud to announce the promotion of Paulla S. Emery to Administrative Officer of the Newcomerstown Banking Center.

“Paulla has been a strong leader in the Newcomerstown area,” said Beccy Porteus. “She has shown great progress in expanding our presence in the community, and is dedicated to serving the needs of the area residents and businesses with personal attention, enthusiasm and a caring spirit.”

Emery joined Century National Bank in 2011 as a Personal Banker at the Coshocton Banking Center. She was promoted to the Newcomerstown Banking Center Manager in 2015, where she assists customers with all types of deposit and loan products, including loans for homes, new and used vehicles, RVs, boats, motorcycles, ATVs, and more.

Emery graduated from Tri-Valley High School in Dresden, and attended Central Ohio Technical College. She enjoys volunteering her time with local organizations. Emery is a past board member of Habitat for Humanity and the Coshocton County Airport Amphitheater. She is a current member of the Coshocton Elks Lodge for which she serves on the Americanism Committee, Scholarship Committee and assists with various Veterans events. Emery is also active in the Newcomerstown Chamber of Commerce, Thomas Little Community Foundation Committee and other local events as well.

Emery resides in Coshocton and has two grown children, Shannon and James, and four grandchildren, Mackenzie, Isabelle, Abby and Dom.

Century’s Newcomerstown Banking Center is on East State Street. Paulla can be reached at 740.498.4103 or

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