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2019

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Old Fort Bank Hosts Ribbon Cutting for New Xenia Financial Center

The Old Fort Banking Company has opened a newly renovated financial center at 88 South Progress Drive in Xenia.

The bank held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on February 27, 2019 to celebrate the opening.

The full-service financial center further expands Old Fort’s footprint in Greene County, joining its Sugarcreek Township location. It features a full range of consumer and business deposit and lending products and services.  The building is approximately 4,000 square feet and includes 2 drive-in tellers and a 24-hour drive-up ATM. Lobby Hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday 8:30 am to noon. In addition to traditional branch banking, Old Fort also offers online banking, mobile banking, and telephone banking to provide clients with on-the-go, instant account access.  

The new location employs 10-12 full-time employees featuring local Greene County residents Victoria Burnside, Team Leader, Chrissy Castle, Mortgage Underwriter, Cyndi Fevang, Mortgage Banker, Angie Hinkle, Retail Banking Manager, Ryan Hollingsworth, Teller, Kay Moffit Mortgage Banker, Betty Sparks, Mortgage Processor, Karen Walker, Teller, Dave Walton, EVP and Chief Lending Officer, and Kim Watts, Mortgage Processor.

“We are extremely excited to kick off 2019 with the opening of our Xenia banking center,” said Dave Walton, Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer of Old Fort Bank. ”The Greene County area has embraced us and has contributed greatly to our continued growth and success. Our goal is to continue to enhance the levels of convenience, products, and service delivery that this great community entrusts us to deliver.”

Established in 1916, the employee owned bank has assets totaling approximately $540 million. Old Fort operates through a community banking model that is the foundation for local decision making and provides the basis for client service that is prompt, professional and personal. Old Fort prides itself on delivering a hometown feel while providing the exemplary service clients have come to appreciate and expect. The Old Fort Banking Company proudly serves Allen, Greene, Hancock, Sandusky, Seneca and Wood Counties, with financial centers in Bettsville, Clyde, Findlay, Fostoria, Fremont, Old Fort, Tiffin, Sugarcreek Township and Xenia. The bank also operates a commercial loan production office in Lima. Old Fort is a recognized leader in community banking throughout the area in assisting members of the community, including local businesses and corporations.     

 

Womacks Joins Old Fort Bank as VP, Mortgage Sales

Dayton, Ohio – The Old Fort Banking Company has hired Joyce Womacks as Vice President, Mortgage Sales.  The announcement was made by W. David Walton, EVP & Chief Lending Officer of Old Fort Bank.

In her new position, Womacks will originate conventional, FHA, VA, and residential construction loans, along with providing input on residential mortgage lending policies, procedures and products. With 29 years of mortgage banking experience, she will be responsible for increasing mortgage volume and enhancing the bank’s mortgage sales and marketing efforts throughout Greene and Montgomery Counties.

“We are pleased to welcome Joyce to the Old Fort Bank team. Her strong commitment to client service and knowledge of the market area made Joyce an excellent candidate for this position,” stated Mr. Walton.

“Old Fort Bank is the best kept secret in South Dayton.  I am excited to share Old Fort Banks competitive products with homebuyers and the real estate community,” stated Ms. Womacks.

Womacks has received the Dayton Mortgage Bankers Sales Leader Award for over 20 years and has actively supported the Nicholas Treatment Center, Community Action Partnership, St. Vincent Shelters, St. Joseph Orphanage and March of Dimes. 

Womacks will work out of Old Fort’s Sugarcreek Township financial center, located at 6430 Wilmington Pike.

Established in 1916, the employee owned bank has assets totaling approximately $540 million. Old Fort operates through a community banking model that is the foundation for local decision making and provides the basis for client service that is prompt, professional and personal. Old Fort prides itself on delivering a hometown feel while providing the exemplary service clients have come to appreciate and expect. The Old Fort Banking Company proudly serves Allen, Greene, Hancock, Sandusky, Seneca and Wood Counties, with financial centers in Bettsville, Clyde, Findlay, Fostoria, Fremont, Old Fort, Tiffin, Sugarcreek Township and Xenia. The bank also operates a commercial loan production office in Lima. Old Fort is a recognized leader in community banking throughout the area in assisting members of the community, including local businesses and corporations.

   

 

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