The First Citizens National Bank BizSpotlight - Columbus Business First

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Mark Johnson, President and CEO of The First Citizens National Bank, has announced that Frank Reinhard joined the bank team as Regional President, Delaware Market. Reinhard will lead the bank’s team of business banking advisors, commercial lenders, and business banking specialists from its new banking center at the corner of W. William Street and S. Franklin Street
in Delaware, Ohio that will open in April.

“We are thrilled to have Frank join our team,” Johnson. “He is a true community banker who understands the vital role that only a community bank can play in supporting the growth of local businesses and the resulting strength and prosperity of our local communities.”

Reinhard, a native of Delaware, has served local businesses and the community for over 25 years in several senior commercial banking and leadership positions, and was recognized by The Ohio Statewide Development Corporation as SBA (Small Business Administration) Lender of the Year.

“It’s been a privilege to work with so many local businesses in my banking career,” Reinhard commented, “because successful businesses fund opportunity for everyone in the community. And now I get to continue this work with a bank that puts “local” first and with a team dedicated to providing the financial advice and tailored solutions that contribute to business success.”

Reinhard, who in 2019 was recognized by The Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce with the Wayne Hilborn Lifetime Achievement Award, has also been active in the community throughout his career. He has served as board chairman for The Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce and The Delaware County Fair and is currently on the boards of The Delaware County Foundation, The Delaware County Finance Authority, and The Delaware Rotary Club.

The First Citizens National Bank is the 4th oldest national bank in the United States still operating under local leadership. It prides itself for its unique style of community banking, blending leading-edge technology and convenience with outstanding personal service, and access to experts who provide advice and tailored solutions to more complex financial questions. Founded in Wyandot County in 1860, the Bank operates thirteen banking and ATM locations in Wyandot, Hardin, Marion, and Delaware Counties, including branches in Powell, Marion, Delaware, and Upper Sandusky.

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