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First Federal Bank Of Ohio Names New President

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/31/2014

First Federal Bank of Ohio, which is headquartered in Galion, welcomes a new President and CEO.

David Beach began his career with the bank in 1970 through a school-work program at Galion High School. After graduating from Ohio State University, he became manager of the Lexington Avenue branch in Mansfield, and most recently serves as Executive Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary.

 He's excited about taking the leadership position for the only employer he's had. Beach replaces Tom Moore, who retired January 3 after working for the bank for 44 years, including 18 years as its president.

First Federal Bank of Ohio has existed for 123 years, offering a full range of banking, credit, and lending services. It has eight branches in North-Central Ohio.

   
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