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Hummel Joins First-Knox

MILLERSBURG, Ohio – Jason B. Hummel has joined First-Knox National Bank as an assistant vice president and regional commercial lender. Hummel will focus on serving the Millersburg and Wooster markets.

“I’m excited to have Jason on board,” stated Bob Boss, executive vice president of First-Knox. “I’ve known Jason for many years and he’s a great guy. He is well-known in the community and has a vast knowledge of commercial lending. Jason understands his customers and their banking needs. He’s a terrific addition to the Millersburg and Wooster offices.”

Jason is a graduate of Hiland High School and Marietta College. He has completed numerous commercial banking schools, including the OMEGA program. He has been a commercial lender in Holmes County for over 11 years. Jason serves as the president of the Hiland Athletic Boosters Club.

“With Bob Boss’ transition to the executive vice president position, he will move to our Mount Vernon Main Office. I’m confident that Bob’s customers are in good hands with Jason on board,” said Vickie Sant, president of First-Knox. “We’ve already got terrific teams in Millersburg and Wooster and Jason will only add to that,” added James Hobson, senior commercial lender.

Hummel lives in Berlin with his wife, Dawn, and sons, Claye and Brookston. He is available at the Millersburg office located at 225 North Clay Street during normal business hours. He can be reached at 330.674.2610 or

For Immediate Release. For more information, contact: Heather Brayshaw: 740.399.5140 | 800.837.5266 |

View a pdf of the news release.


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