Valley Savings Starts Year With Six Promotions
(Cuyahoga Falls, OH) The Valley Savings Bank Board of Directors has named three new senior vice presidents and announced three additional promotions.
William Flinta, Marilyn Jacob and Debbie McMurray, who previously served as vice presidents for Valley Savings, become senior vice presidents for the community
bank with two locations in Cuyahoga Falls. The board also promoted Patti Denham and Aaron Barnhart from assistant vice presidents to vice presidents. Lisa Ohler has been named a Valley Savings Bank assistant vice president.
In addition to assuming a higher level of responsibility, each of the three new senior vice presidents will continue to focus on their area of specialty for the bank. Flinta, who joined Valley Savings in 2001, retains his position as the bank’s senior lender; Jacob, who has been with the bank since 1986, remains chief financial officer; and McMurray, a Valley Savings employee for nearly 24 years,
continues to manage bank operations.
Denham, who advances to vice president/controller, is responsible for all accounting functions at the bank. She joined Valley Savings in 1989. Barnhart, who has been with Valley Savings since 2002, was also named vice president. He is responsible for retail management of both Valley Savings Bank locations and serves as a loan originator for residential and small business clients. As a
former state trooper with the Ohio Highway Patrol, Barnhart also functions as the Valley Savings Bank security officer. Ohler, who joined the bank in 2003, will continue to focus on credit analysis for commercial lending in her new
“The opportunity to promote these six dedicated individuals is a proud moment for our bank and a great way to begin 2013,” Valley Savings President Ann H. Durr said. “Each demonstrates exceptional commitment as well as outstanding knowledge of their area of specialty. They represent exactly what a community bank like ours looks for in its employees.”
Founded in 1923, Valley Savings Bank is a
full-service community bank celebrating 90 years of providing financial services and with more than $110 million in assets. With locations at 140 Portage Trail and 505 Graham Road in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, the locally owned and operated bank combines tradition and technology to serve individuals, families and businesses in the greater Akron area and beyond.