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Blanchard Named Commercial Lender

October 24, 2014

Nick Blanchard Joins First-Knox

Vickie A. Sant, president of First-Knox National Bank, announced that Nick Blanchard, banking officer, has been named commercial lender.

Nick Blanchard joined First-Knox in September 2004 as a part-time teller at the Coshocton Avenue Office. In January 2005, he transferred to the Main Office where he became a customer service representative. In 2008, he became assistant manager at the Bellville Office and in 2010 he was named manager of the Blackjack Road Office. Blanchard has been the Main Office manager since January 2014.

He is a graduate of Clear Fork High School and Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Additionally, he has completed numerous banking courses and schools, including the Ohio Bankers League Bank Management School and Bank Leadership Institute and is a graduate of the Knox County
Chamber of Commerce Leadership Knox program.

Blanchard serves on the YMCA board and is a member of Rotary. He resides in Mount Vernon with his wife, Stephanie.

For Immediate Release. For more information, contact: Heather Brayshaw 740.399.5140 | 800.837.5266 | hbrayshaw@FirstKnox.com

View a pdf of the news release.

 

 

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