Parsons & Schneider Join Century National Bank
ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Derek A. Boothe, Vice President at Century National Bank, is proud to announce the addition of two experienced lenders to the Guernsey County market. Nathaniel E. Schneider joined the Bank as a Commercial Lending Assistant Vice President, and Russell D. Parsons (Rusty) will serve as a Personal Banker.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to work with Nat and Rusty,” said Derek Boothe. “Both are experienced bankers, who have built solid careers by focusing on building relationships and taking care of their customers. Nat and Rusty are an excellent fit for Century National Bank. We are looking forward to strengthening our commitment and service to the Guernsey County market by opening the Cambridge Banking Center.”
As part of the Guernsey County team, Schneider and Parsons will both be located at Century’s Cambridge Banking Center, which is set to be open soon.
“Century’s Leadership Team is extremely pleased that Nat and Rusty have agreed to join us at Century,” said Patrick Nash, Century National Bank President & CEO. “We are dedicated to providing our customers with great products and exceptional customer service. These individuals will add to the strength of our commitment in the Guernsey County area.”
Nathaniel E. Schneider brings 14 years of banking experience with him to Century National Bank. He has served in leadership roles and has experience in all areas of lending.
Schneider is a graduate of Tri-Valley High School, and earned his bachelor’s degree from Ohio University. Civically, Schneider serves as treasurer for the Muskingum Starlight Industries Financial Board, secretary of the Dresden #103F&AM, financial chair for the American Heart Association’s HeartChase, and a head coach for the New Concord 7-8 year old boys coach pitch baseball. He has previously served as a loaned executive for the United Way, which he continues to support by other means.
Schneider resides in Zanesville with his significant other, Misty White, his son, Ethan, and her daughters, Jaelynn and MyKensie.
Russell D. Parsons has worked in banking for 8 years in Guernsey County. He has experience originating all types of retail loans.
After graduating from Cambridge High School, Parsons attended Ohio University in Zanesville, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration. Parsons is a Cambridge native, who enjoys supporting his local community. He is a Cambridge Little League baseball coach and has been proud to volunteer in this role for the past 11 years.
Parsons, and his wife, Kelly, reside in Cambridge with their three sons, Ethan, Lucas and Connor.