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FNB promotes Ruckman and Gurile to Banking Officers

FNB promotes Ruckman and Gurile to Banking Officers

For Immediate Release

December 15, 2014

Lancaster – Steve Wells, President of Fairfield National Bank has announced the promotions of Tiffany Ruckman and EJ Gurile to Banking Officers.

Ruckman began her banking career with FNB in June of 2006 as a part-time teller at the Pickerington Central office. Since that time, she has held the positions of Vault Teller, Assistant Manager and currently serves as the Branch Manager of that office. A position she will continue with this promotion.

Ruckman has taken numerous banking courses and is a graduate of the Pickerington LEADS program. She gives back to the community through volunteering with the Pickerington Chamber’s Ambassador Committee. She resides in Baltimore with her fiancé, Justin and daughter, Jaycie.

Gurile joined FNB as a Retail Associate in 2010. During that time he has held positions in our Retail Lending Department and is currently a member of the mortgage department where he will remain a mortgage lender. Gurile is a Graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the OBL School of Banking.

In his spare time, Gurile serves as a board member and past Chairman of the Lancaster Public Education Foundation, is the Rotary Foundation Chairman for the Lancaster-Sherman Rotary, is treasurer of Lancaster Men’s Chorus, former Big Brother for Big Brother/Big Sisters, is a member of Sixth Avenue United Methodist Church and the Lead Singer for the band, Bad Influence. He resides in Lancaster with his wife, Kim and step-children Tae’lyn and Anthony.

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