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Promotions at Century National Bank

March 30, 2017

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President and CEO of Century National Bank, is pleased to announce the promotion of Alton P. Thompson, Paula L. Meadows, and Amy M. Pinson. Thompson has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Meadows to Vice President and Pinson to Vice President.

Alton P. Thompson joined Century’s Business Banking team in October 2016. He brought over 11 years of banking experience with him, and will continue his career with Century as Senior Vice President in Business Banking.

A graduate of Coshocton High School, he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Malone University. Thompson is currently enrolled in the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin. His previous banking experience includes many years as branch manager, loan officer and mortgage originator. In the community, Thompson serves as a board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Zanesville, a finance committee member for the United Way, and a council member for the Muskingum County Community Foundation.

Thompson resides in Hanover with his wife, Nikki, and their twin daughters, Maci and Mya.

Paula L. Meadows began her career in banking with the First Federal (now Century National Bank) as a teller in 1988. In 1998 Meadows moved to the Mortgage Lending Department as a Mortgage Originator. She was promoted to Assistant Vice President in 2015. Meadows will continue as the Mortgage Lending Department Supervisor as a Vice President.

Meadows graduated from Philo High School. She went on to attend Ohio University where she received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Communications. Meadows has been involved with United Way of Muskingum, Perry and Morgan Counties in many roles such as an Advisory Board Member, Loaned Executive and volunteer tax preparer. She is also a member of the Zanesville Business & Professional Women’s Club.

Meadows, her husband, Steve, and their two children, Brittney and Jared, reside in Somerset.

Amy M. Pinson joined Century National Bank in 1999. She previously served as Assistant Banking Center Manager at the North Brandywine Office. Pinson transitioned to the Consumer Lending Department in 2012, and was promoted to Assistant Vice President in June of 2014. She will continue as the Consumer Lending Department Supervisor as a Vice President.

Pinson is a graduate of Gallia Academy High School. She attended Ohio Wesleyan University, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economic Management with minors in Sociology and Music.

In addition to Pinson’s many work-related accomplishments, she is heavily involved in the community. She has received several awards in the past as a result of her community involvement. Pinson has been recognized as the March of Dimes Walk America Volunteer of the Year, and received the Kiwanis Distinguished Service Award, Zane Trace District Scouter of the Year Award, and the Muskingum Family YMCA’s Women of Achievement Mary Vashti Jones Funk Business Award. In addition to being involved in these organizations, Pinson also serves as Executive Vice President and Finance Vice President for the Muskingum Valley Council BSA, treasurer for BSA Troop 128, and is an active member of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Pinson and her husband, Kevin, reside in Zanesville with their two children, Alexander and Caroline.

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