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Mechanics Bank To Offer Trust Services

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  Original Published: 11/24/2013 Mechanics Bank has been approved by the state of Ohio on its application for authorization to exercise trust powers. Mechanics will be the only independent, community bank in Richland County to offer trust services. Mechanics Bank President and CEO, Deborah Schenk says we are enthusiastic about the opportunity to provide individualized services to investment and trust clients in the near future and to that end, we are committed to finishing the preparation necessary to establish new account relationships as soon as possible. Mechanics Bank Senior Vice President, Nick Gesouras. will serve as the senior trust executive.
   
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