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Promotions at Century National Bank

March 6, 2017

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President and CEO of Century National Bank, is pleased to announce the promotion of Bruce D. Kolopajlo, Terri L. Sidwell, Alaina J. Joseph, Melissa M. Tom, Teri R. Beebe, and Jason J. Newton. Kolopajlo has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Sidwell to Vice President, Joseph to Assistant Vice President, Tom to Administrative Officer and Assistant Trust Officer, Beebe to Administrative Manager, and Newton to Administrative Manager.

In September of 1980, Bruce Kolopajlo joined Century National Bank (then Zanesville Federal Savings & Loan). Kolopajlo served as Vice President of the Mortgage Lending Department until June in 2014 when he was promoted to Vice President Retail Banking. In this role, he became responsible for the Mortgage Lending Department, Consumer Lending Department, and each of the Bank’s 16 offices. Kolopajlo will continue in this role as a Senior Vice President.

Kolopajlo is a graduate of Bishop Rosecrans High School. He attended Ohio University and graduated with a degree in Business. Kolopajlo is a FHA DE Underwriter, serves on The Community Action Agency Board, Zanesville KC Corporation Board, Knights Foundation and the Zane State General Education Advisory Board.

Kolopajlo and his wife, Diane, reside in Zanesville. They have two grown children; Emily and Kate, and two grandchildren.

Terri Sidwell joined Century National Bank in February of 2007. She brought with her over 13 years of banking experience at that time. Sidwell began her career at Century as a Retail Assistant Vice President. Sidwell will continue in a Retail & Commercial Cash Management Leadership role as a Vice President.

After graduating from West Muskingum High School, Sidwell attended Zanesville Campus of Ohio University before transferring to Bowling Green State University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in business. Sidwell is also a graduate of the Ohio Bankers Association’s School of Banking.

Sidwell currently serves as a Council Member for the American Red Cross. She previously served 10 years as an American Cancer Society Board Member, and seven years as treasurer of Maysville Middle School’s Parent Support Group.

Sidwell is a member of Trinity United Presbyterian Church, where she teaches Sunday school, plays in the hand-bell choir, and serves as a Deacon. Sidwell, and her husband, Lew, have three children, Katie, Karen and Kori, and reside in Zanesville.

Alaina Joseph joined the Commercial Lending team as an Administrative Officer in August of 2012. In March of 2015, Joseph was promoted to Banking Officer. She will continue in the role of a Commercial Lender as an Assistant Vice President.

Joseph is a Bishop Rosecrans High School graduate and received her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business. Joseph furthered her education by receiving her CPA certification in 2013.

Joseph serves as treasurer of the Muskingum County Land Reutilization Corporation, and resides in Zanesville with her husband, Matthew, and their two sons, Liam and Levi.
Melissa Tom joined Century National Bank’s trust and investment team in November of 2007. Tom began her career with the bank as a Trust Administrative Assistant. In 2013, Tom was promoted to Junior Trust Administrator, and to Administrative Manager in December of 2015. Tom will continue in her role within the trust & investments department as an Administrative Officer and Assistant Trust Officer.

Tom graduated from Philo High School, and is a Chandlersville resident. She resides with her husband, B.J., and their two sons, Matt and J.D.

Teri Beebe began her banking career as a teller at Century’s South Banking Center. Beebe joined the bank’s Mortgage Processing Department in 2009, where she now serves as a Supervisor. She will continue as the Mortgage Processing Department Supervisor an Administrative Manager.

Beebe is a graduate of Maysville High School and attended The Ohio State University-Newark Campus. As a Zanesville native, Beebe enjoys giving back to her hometown through various organizations such as the American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and United Way.

Beebe lives in Zanesville with her husband, Matthew, and their three children, Olivia, Owen, and Aubree.

Jason Newton began his career with Century National Bank in June of 2013. Newton joined the Mortgage Processing Department before advancing to a Management Associate position, and then joining the South Zanesville Office as a Personal Banker in May of 2014. He was promoted to Assistant Banking Center Manager in April of 2015, where he will continue as an Administrative Manager.

Newton is a Zanesville High School graduate, and attended Muskingum University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in business and accounting. Newton is a lifelong resident of Zanesville, and enjoys giving back to his community. Newton is a South Zanesville Business Association Board Member, volunteers for many organizations, and enjoys being active within the bowling community and the Zanesville High School Quarterback Club.

Newton lives in Zanesville with his wife, Samantha, and their daughter, Brynn.

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