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Hankins, Hobson Take On New Roles

Heather Hankins

Vickie A. Sant, president of First-Knox National Bank, announced the promotion of two associates. Heather Hankins was promoted to assistant manager, Main Office, and James Hobson was named vice president, commercial lender and manager, Fredericktown Office.

Heather Hankins joined First-Knox in 2004 as a teller in the Centerburg Office. She was promoted to customer service representative in 2009. Since 2012 Hankins has been a loan input specialist in the Loan Operations department.

Hankins is a graduate of Centerburg High School. She is a member of Westside Baptist Church in Mansfield.

She resides in Fredericktown with her husband, Zachariah.

James Hobson

James Hobson joined First-Knox in 2006 as a commercial lender, having been in the banking industry since 1989. He is a graduate of Greater Life Academy, Ohio Bankers League School of Banking, Leadership Knox and has completed numerous banking courses through the American Institute of Banking.

He serves on the Fredericktown Village Council, is a member of the Mount Vernon Rotary Club and is a board trustee for Licking/Knox Goodwill Industries.

Hobson and his wife, Renee, reside in Fredericktown with their children, Nathan and Anna. He has one grown son, Tyler.

 

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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