Mount Gilead Management and Business Development Team Announced
Vickie A. Sant, president of First-Knox National Bank, announced the management and business development team for the newly constructed Mount Gilead Office. Fawn Mollenkopf, administrative officer, has been named manager; Erin Kelty, administrative manager, has been selected as operations manager; and Ed Kline, assistant vice president, will continue as the business development officer.
Fawn Mollenkopf joined First-Knox in 2001 as a teller in the downtown Mount Gilead Office. Upon receiving her bachelor’s degree in business administration from The Ohio State University, Mollenkopf was promoted to the management associate program. In 2004, she became assistant manager of the Bellville Office and later returned to the Mount Gilead Office as the assistant manager. Most recently she was the Edison Office manager.
Mollenkopf is the president of the Ohio Heartland Community Action Commission, is a member of the Mount Gilead Lion’s Club, Morrow County Relay for Life team and serves on the Morrow County Red Cross board.
She resides in Mount Gilead with her husband, Justin.
Erin Kelty has been named operations manager, Mount Gilead. She has been with First-Knox since 2004, serving as the Edison Office manager and Mount Gilead Officer manager. She is a graduate of El Segundo High School in California and has completed numerous bank courses and schools.
Kelty is the treasurer of the Park Avenue Parent Teacher Organization, a member of the Mount Gilead Kiwanis Club and K-Kids advisor, and is a Morrow County Community Center board member.
Kelty resides in Cardington with her husband, Patrick, and daughters, Nora, Mary and Kate.
Ed Kline will continue as the Mount Gilead Office business development officer. A graduate of Mount Gilead High School, Kline joined First-Knox in 1989. He holds an associate’s degree in marketing and has completed numerous bank schools through the Ohio Banker’s League.
Kline is very active in the community, serving on the Mount Gilead village council, the Flying Horse Farms board of directors, vice president of the Morrow County Community Improvement Corp, and is president of the Mount Gilead Community Improvement Corp. He is also a Morrow County Historical Society board member, and was appointed to both the Morrow County Economic Development Revolving Loan committee and the Morrow County Economic Revolving Water and Sewer committee. Kline is actively involved in the Mount Gilead Masonic Lodge #206 F and A.M. and the Valley of the Scottish Rite 32 degree Mason.
A lifelong resident of Mount Gilead, Kline and his wife, Cindy, have three children and four grandchildren.
Located at the site of the current Edison Office location, the new building will replace the two existing Mount Gilead offices. Construction is expected to be complete by November 2014.