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Mitchell promoted to AVP at Fairfield National Bank

Mitchell promoted to AVP at Fairfield National Bank

For Immediate Release

December 2, 2014

Contact: Molly Bates, Marketing Director – 681-8216

Lancaster – Steve Wells, President of Fairfield National Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Mike Mitchell to Assistant Vice President. Mitchell joined FNB in November of 2009 as a Trust Officer and Portfolio Manager. In 2012, He transferred to our Slate Ridge office in Reynoldsburg to serve as a Trust Officer and Financial Advisor, a role he will continue along with his promotion.

Mitchell is a graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He volunteers his time serving as treasurer of the Columbus Rose Club, is Board Vice-chairman for the American Red Cross of Fairfield/ Hocking Counties, is a member of the Fisher Catholic Finance Committee and a member of St Mary’s Catholic Church. Mitchell resides in Lancaster with his wife, Denise and is the father of two adult children, David and Kristi.

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