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Promotions at CNB

July 14, 2016

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President & CEO of Century National Bank, is pleased to announce recent moves and promotions at the Bank. Noelle Jarrett has assumed a new role as Mortgage Originator, and is located in the Lending Center at 505 Market Street. Hunter Huffman is the new Manager at the North Military Banking Center, and Adam Garber has been promoted to Manager of the Kroger Banking Center.

Noelle Jarrett started her banking career in 1992 with the former First Federal Savings Bank (now Century National Bank). After working at the Military Banking Center, Jarrett accepted a position in the New Accounts and IRA Administration department. In 1996 she became manager of the Customer Service Department, and later moved back to the Military Banking Center as Assistant Manager. In 1999, she was named Banking Center Manager. Jarrett was promoted to Administrative Officer in 2010, and Banking Officer in December of 2014.

Jarrett has been an active volunteer with the United Way over many years. She has served on its Advisory Board, the Business Division, and as a Loaned Executive. In addition to her United Way involvement, Jarrett has held the title of treasurer with the Philo Athletic Boosters and volunteers her time within the Franklin Local School District. Additionally, she participates with the Carr Center Cake Auction, Helen Purcell’s Lunch with the Asters, and the Chamber’s Festival of Trees event.

Jarrett graduated from West Muskingum High School, and attended Ohio University. She and her husband, Shawn, reside in Zanesville with their two children, Logan and Lacey.

Hunter Huffman joined the Bank’s Collections department in July of 2009. He later moved to Loan Servicing where he served as a Modification Advisor. In July of 2011, Huffman was named Manager of the Kroger Banking Center. He earned the title of Administrative Manager in March of 2015.

Huffman graduated from Zanesville High School. He is a member of the Free Masons, and volunteers his time with the Zanesville Lil’ Devils football and basketball organizations, and Muckdogs baseball team. In addition, Huffman oversees the Bank’s Lace Up for Kids campaign.

Huffman resides in Zanesville with his wife, Courtney, and his step-son, Ty.

Adam Garber began his career with the Bank in 2012 as a Management Associate. In April of 2013, Garber accepted the position of Personal Banker at the North Brandywine Banking Center where he was later named Assistant Manager. In July of 2015, Garber was promoted to Administrative Manager.

Garber, a graduate of Bishop Rosecrans High School, attended Muskingum University. His contributions to our community include coaching a Miracle League baseball team, volunteering for Lace Up for Kids, and serving as a Loaned Executive for the United Way. Garber is also a member of the Knights of Columbus.

Garber resides in Zanesville with his fiancée, Michelle Taylor.

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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