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Garber Promoted at Century National Bank

July 29, 2015

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President & CEO of Century National Bank, is proud to announce the promotion of Adam Garber to Administrative Manager. Garber currently serves as the Assistant Banking Center Manager at the North Brandywine Banking Center. He joined the bank as a Management Associate in 2012 and began working at the Brandywine Office in April of 2013. Garber, a resident of Zanesville, serves his community in many capacities. He coaches a Miracle League baseball team, volunteers for Lace Up for Kids, serves as a Loaned Executive for the United Way, and is a member of the Knights of Columbus.

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

Media Contact: Brittany Stubbs, 740.455.7241,

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