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FNB promotes Snyder to Assistant Vice President

For Immediate Release

December 15, 2015

Lancaster – Steve Wells, President of Fairfield National Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Luann Snyder to Assistant Vice President.

Luann Snyder joined Fairfield National Bank in February of 2013 as a Trust Officer. Prior to joining FNB, she owned her own legal practice in the Pickerington area for over 15 years. Luann holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cincinnati in Economics and a law degree from The Ohio State University, where she graduated with honors.

Luann will continue as a part of the bank’s Trust Department, assisting with will and estate matters, in addition to property sales and other business matters. She serves as Vice President of the Tri County Estate Planning Council, Treasurer of Meals on Wheels of Fairfield County and is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Fairfield County Bar Association. Luann resides in Pickerington with her husband, John, and is the mother of three sons, Grant, Josh and Jake.

For more information about Fairfield National Bank’s Trust Department, call 740.653.2308 or visit FairfieldNationalBank.com.

Media contact: Molly Bates, Marketing Director – 740.681.8216 or mbates@fairfieldnationalbank.com

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