Deborah Boisselle, VP Investments of Citizens Wealth Management Group, Featured Speaker
With health care spending projected to grow 5.8% annually, health care costs remain the largest threat to retirement savings. Deborah Boisselle, VP Investments of Citizens Wealth Management Group will present a free seminar to the public in order to help gain a better understanding of:
- Coverage options including Medicare
- Health care costs in retirement
- Steps you can take to develop a plan with your financial advisor.
Seminars will be held at the following locations. Refreshments will be served at each.
- Tuesday, May 16, 6:00 pm, Holiday Inn Express, 941 Interstate Dr, Findlay
- Wednesday, May 17, 6:00 pm, Holiday Inn & Suites, 803 S. Leonard Ave, Lima
- Thursday, May 18, 6:00 pm, Stone Ridge Golf Club, 1553 Muirfield, Dr., Bowling Green
Ms. Boisselle has worked in the financial services industry since 1985 and has worked for LPL Financial since 1996. LPL Financial is one of the leading financial services companies and the largest independent broker/dealer in the nation. Citizens National Bank partners with them to offer wealth management and investment services to its clients.
Registration is free, however RSVP is required. Call 419-358-0937 or email email@example.com by May 12.
To learn more, visit https://cnbohio.com/investments/.
Citizens National Bank has named Thomas Szypka as its new Vice President Business Development Officer for the Toledo market. Szypka will be working with small businesses, offering commercial loans and lines of credit, as well as aiding with cash management solutions.
Szypka received his Associate Degree in Banking and Finance from Owens Community College. In addition, he has attended numerous seminars and classes related to lending. Szypka has more than 30 years’ banking experience in various lending positions. He currently resides in Woodville, Ohio with his wife Connie.
With offices in Bluffton, Celina, Defiance, Elida, Findlay, Lima, Springfield, Van Wert and Toledo, Citizens National Bank has assets totaling more than $760 million and has been serving the communities of West Central Ohio since 1920.
April is Community Banking Month. CNB to Celebrate with Bank from Anywhere Promotion and Community Shred Days
In honor of Community Banking Month, Citizens National Bank is offering a “Bank from Anywhere” sweepstakes to its customers during the month of April. Each person who enrolls in a new online or mobile banking product or downloads our CardValet debit card app or completes a mobile deposit will be automatically entered to win 1 of 3 grand prize Kindle Fire tablets or 1 of 7 second prize 32” rolling duffle bags. In addition to the sweepstakes, each branch is giving away a gift basket including items from each of our branch communities. Anyone who visits a branch may enter to win the Community gift baskets. The drawing for the baskets will be held on Friday, April 28.
Finally, in an effort to promote identity theft awareness, our branches are each hosting a Community Shred Day, where the public is invited to protect their identity by bringing their personal paper documents to be shredded. Cake will be served at each branch during their Shred Day. The dates for each branch are as follows:
Friday, April 14 – Bluffton, Findlay, Lima and Elida branch offices
Friday, April 21 – Celina and Van Wert branch offices
Friday, April 28 – Defiance branch office
Items to be shredded will be accepted during normal business hours of each office. There is a limit of 3 standard office size boxes or grocery bags per household. Items to be shredded could include:
- Financial Statements
- Canceled & Blank Checks
- Paycheck Stubs
- Credit Card & Account Numbers
- Credit Information
- Personal Records
- Tax records
- Medical records
- Any items containing your social security number or signature.
- Any mail or magazines that have personal identifiers
- No need to remove staples or paper clips
*No electronic items will be accepted. All paper material will be destroyed by Allshred Services, a NAID Certified Company.
Each year the Independent Community Bankers Association designates April as national Community Banking Month, drawing attention to the importance these institutions play in our local economies by taking deposits and lending the money back out to local businesses. There are more than 51,000 community banks nationwide, employing 700,000 Americans and financing more than 50 percent of small business loans and 90 percent of agricultural loans.
Local Economic Development Projects top the national chart at 22 projects in 2016
For the third consecutive year, Findlay, Ohio has been ranked the top micropolitan community in the U.S. for new and expanding facilities by Site Selection magazine, the official publication of the Global FDI Association and the Industrial Asset Management Council. The magazine ranked 575 of the nation’s micropolitan areas, cities of 10,000 to 50,000 people which cover at least one county. Site Selection magazine has been ranking communities since 1988. Findlay is the second community in the history of the award to be the top micropolitan three years in a row.
“Findlay-Hancock County is proud to be ranked the top micropolitan community in the United States again this year,” said Tim Mayle, Findlay•Hancock County Economic Development Director. “2016 turned out to be a fantastic year for many of our existing companies.”
The Findlay•Hancock County Economic Development Office compiled and submitted 22 projects that met Site Selection’s qualifying criteria. Among those that qualified were Whirlpool’s 80,000 square foot plant expansion and Mennel Milling’s new 22,000 square foot HQ in Fostoria.
“Findlay’s Formula of collaboration between the private, public and not for profit sectors has proven to be successful again,” said Findlay Mayor, Lydia Mihalik. “Year after year our community continues to be a better place to live, learn, work and play.”
“Our Economic Development team has worked hard to gain momentum in the community, and enhance its focus throughout the region,” said John Haywood, The Findlay•Hancock County Alliance President and CEO. “Three years in a row as the Top Micropolitan is something our entire community can be proud of.”
Mark Gazarek, Chairman, Hancock County Commissioner added “The emphasis on Retention and Expansion of existing companies in our community allows for smart growth and continued investment.”
For more information, please contact the Findlay•Hancock County Economic Development Office at 419-422-3313 or visit FindlayHancockED.com.
The Celina office of Citizens National Bank invites the public to join us for CNB Madness, our Customer Appreciation Day, which will be held on March 16, 2017. From 11 am – 1 pm customers will be served free pork brisket or shredded chicken sandwiches, chips, water and cookies.
“This event is our way of saying thank you to the Celina market for the success we’ve had over the last 12 years,” states Celina City President, Rod Stover. Attendees may enter to win door prizes and are encouraged to take a turn in the photo booth.
The Celina office opened in 2005 and is a full service financial center offering deposit accounts, mortgage and commercial lending as well as investments through Citizens Wealth Management Group. Visit us on the web at cnbohio.com to learn more.
Citizens National Bank (CNB) has named Brittany Brubaker Branch Operations Manager of their Defiance office. In this position, Brubaker is responsible for branch oversight, including daily operations, sales and financial performance.
Brittany has been employed with CNB since 2014, initially working as a Customer Service Representative in the Defiance office and most recently in Treasury Management. She is a graduate of the University of Northwestern Ohio with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing.
Brittany is a committee member for the Citizens National Bank Service Club. She also is a coach for the Pandora-Gilboa volleyball club. She and her husband reside in Hamler.
With offices in Bluffton, Celina, Defiance, Elida, Findlay, Lima, Springfield, Van Wert and Toledo, Citizens National Bank has assets totaling more than $770 million and has been serving the communities of West Central Ohio since 1920.
On Tuesday, January 24 beginning at 8:30 am, Citizens National Bank and Williamson Insurance Agency will jointly offer a free seminar to local farmers and ag businesses. The event will be held at the Delphos Eagles Aerie #471, 1600 E. 5th Street, Delphos, Ohio. A continental breakfast will be served prior to a presentation by Williamson Insurance describing an overview of annual crop insurance changes and what farmers can expect in the upcoming year. Featured speaker, Bryce Knorr, Senior Market Analyst with Farm Futures Magazine, will follow with the main presentation. Lunch will be served immediately following.
About Bryce Knorr: Senior Market Analyst Bryce Knorr first joined Farm Futures Magazine in 1987. In addition to analyzing and writing about the commodity markets, he is a former futures introducing broker and is a registered Commodity Trading Adviser. He conducts Farm Futures exclusive surveys on acreage, production and management issues and is one of the analysts regularly contracted by business wire services before major USDA crop reports.
Those wishing to attend may RSVP to 888-399-5276 by January 21.