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William Addington Joins Century National Bank

September 20, 2017

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Patrick L. Nash, President and CEO of Century National Bank, is pleased to announce the addition of William G. Addington to Century National Bank’s Investment Services Department. Addington will serve as an assistant vice president and trust officer providing investment planning, trust services, retirement planning, estate planning and more.

“We are very excited about the opportunity to work with Bill,” said Pat Nash. “He is an experienced financial advisor, who has built a solid career by focusing on building relationships and taking care of his customers. Bill is an excellent fit for Century, and he will add strength to our commitment to our clients.”

Addington brings 13 years of banking experience with him to Century National Bank. He has served in several key leadership roles and is an experienced financial advisor.

Addington graduated from Crooksville High School, and earned his bachelor’s degree from Ohio University. He serves his community by volunteering and contributing to organizations, like the United Way and financial literacy programs, and is involved in several youth sports in the Crooksville area.

Addington and his wife, Christy, reside in Crooksville. They have two children, Landon and Parker.

As part of the trust and investments team, Addington’s office will be located at Century’s Main Banking Center at 14 South Fifth Street in Zanesville. Addington may also be reached at 740.455.7309 or waddington@centurynationalbank.com.

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