LCNB names Minyo Ag client VP


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LCNB National Bank recently announced that local banking veteran and longtime Washington Court House resident John “Buck” Minyo has joined the bank as a Vice President. He will be operating out of the LCNB Washington Court House office at 100 Crossings Drive, and he will be responsible for providing Agricultural clients with a complete line of lending options and financial services.

Minyo brings more than 29 years of experience in working with the local agricultural communities in Clinton, Fayette, Madison, Clark and Champaign counties. He has been very active throughout his career serving on a number of non-profit and community service organizations.

“We are very excited to have Buck Minyo join our team,” said Steve Foster, CEO and President of LCNB National Bank. “He is well-known throughout the community for his dedication to helping people succeed. He understands the agricultural business and that is very important, especially during the farmer’s busy season. He is also dedicated to helping his communities by volunteering for organizations that make them better places to live and work. This dedication is a cultural commodity shared throughout LCNB.”

“I am looking forward to this opportunity,” Minyo said. “I have spent my career working with the agricultural businesses in the area. LCNB National Bank has a 138-year history of serving the residents, businesses and farmers like those in Fayette and Clinton counties. And the bank’s community minded approach to volunteering matches well with mine.”

Minyo can be reached at [email protected] or 740-277-8031.

LCNB Corp. is a financial holding company headquartered in Lebanon, Ohio. LCNB National Bank is its wholly-owned, FDIC insured subsidiary with 36 offices in Butler, Clinton, Clermont, Fayette, Hamilton, Montgomery, Preble, Ross, and Warren counties.

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