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Morrow Announced as Manager at Century National Bank

NEW CONCORD, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President & CEO of Century National Bank, is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeremy A. Morrow to Banking Center Manager of the New Concord Office.

Morrow joined Century National Bank in February of 2006 bringing with him several years of banking experience. He began his career at Century as a Personal Banker at the New Concord Office. Morrow was promoted to Assistant Manager in March of 2008, Administrative Manager in April of 2009, and Administrative Officer in August of 2014.

A graduate of John Glenn High School, Morrow attended Denison University where he earned his degree in Political Science and Economics. Civically, Morrow currently sits on the John and Annie Glenn Foundation Board and the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce. He also serves as Treasurer for East Muskingum Summer Baseball and Softball, and is a member of the New Concord Lions Club.

Morrow and his wife, Robyn, reside locally with their two children, Megan and Max.

About Century National Bank

Founded in 1886, Century National Bank is headquartered in Zanesville, Ohio and frequently recognized as the top community bank in the communities it serves. Century provides deposit, loan, and trust and investment services for families and businesses. The bank has 15 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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