Bank board adds new members


GREENVILLE — Second National Bank announced the addition of Travis Fliehman and Mike Pax to its board of directors.

Fliehman is an attorney with Detling, Harlan & Fliehman, Ltd. located in Greenville. He graduated from East Clinton High School and after serving as state president of the Ohio FFA Association, he attended The Ohio State University where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics. He received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton School of Law in 1999.

Fliehman is a member and past president of the Darke County Bar Association, a member of the Ohio State Bar Association and Ohio Municipal Attorney Association. He is very active in the community with current or past affiliations with the Darke County Chamber of Commerce, Wayne HealthCare, Main Street Greenville, Rotary Club of Greenville, YMCA of Darke County, Darke County Foundation, Versailles High School Varsity Swim Team and is a National FFA Alumni. Fliehman is married to the former Kelly Crotcher of Versailles and they reside in Greenville with their daughter.

Pax is the president and chairman of the board of Pax Machine Works, Inc. in Celina and serves on the board of directors for Pax Products, Inc. He graduated from Coldwater High School and earned his Bachelors Degree in Accounting from Miami University. He obtained his CPA certificate in 1982 while working for the accounting firm of Arthur Andersen in Dayton. Prior to joining the Pax Machine Works, Inc. family business in 1989 as the company controller and secretary/treasurer of the board of directors, he held various roles within the family owned construction company of Danis Industries. Pax was one of the original members of the advisory board for CA Industries, a sheltered workshop in Mercer County, where he served on the board for 10 years. He is a member of the board of the Western Ohio Educational Foundation (WOEF) at Wright State University Lake Campus. Pax and his wife Kay reside in Coldwater and are the parents of three children.

“We are looking forward to the contributions that Travis and Mike will make to our board and bank. They are both well respected individuals and will bring valuable insight to our management team and board,” said John Swallow, president of Second National Bank.

Recently retiring from the SNB board is Marv Stammen who gave 36 years of service to Second National Bank as an officer and board member. Stammen joined Second National Bank in April/1980 as an ag & commercial Lender and was appointed president & CEO and a board member in 1983. He retired from his CEO position at SNB on Oct. 30, 2008 while continuing as a board member until his recent retirement on November 16 from the board.

“Marv has been an excellent mentor, past bank CEO and board member. He has made many valuable contributions to the success of Second National Bank” said Swallow. “We will miss Marv’s wisdom and leadership he provided to the bank and our board.”

Retiring on December 21 from the SNB board is Wes Jetter after nearly 15 years of service to the organization. Jetter joined the SNB board in February 2002 and served as vice chairman for three years during his board tenure. Jetter is the chairman, CEO and president of Fort Recovery Industries, Inc. in Fort Recovery.

“Wes has been a dedicated and valuable board member these past 15 years” said Swallow. “His ability to provide excellent guidance and foresight has been very beneficial to SNB.”

Staff report

About Second National Bank

Headquartered in Greenville, Second National Bank is part of the Park National Corporation, a group of strong community banks based in Ohio. Second National was originally chartered in July 1883 and has 8 offices in Greenville, Arcanum, Versailles, Fort Recovery and Celina. The bank was voted Best Bank in Darke County the past 11 years, Best Mortgage Lender and Best Investment Services Company the past 5 years.

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