POMEROY — Farmers Bank has promoted Lori Miller to branch manager of the Tuppers Plains retail branch.
Farmers Bank officials said Miller’s leadership, paired with her passion for Ohio Valley communities, will be an asset not only to Farmers Bank, but to the people of the markets the bank serves. She will represent the bank as a commercial lender for Meigs County and as the leader of the Tuppers Plains office.
“Lori has shown true dedication and leadership for the bank throughout her career with us,” Paul Reed, president and CEO of Farmers Bank, said. “Not only is she a great commercial lender and leader, but more so, she is a great person. We’re very confident in Lori’s abilities to lead the office successfully and extremely happy to award her with this opportunity.”
Miller has been with Farmers Bank since May 2013. She began her career as a loan officer and assistant branch manager for the Tuppers Plains branch. She later was promoted to commercial lender for Meigs County. She has diverse experience in the banking industry starting as a teller in 1988 and growing into positions within customer service, lending and training. She has also held management positions within the banking industry since 1991.
Miller is currently a board member for the Meigs County Chamber of Commerce, the Meigs County Council on Aging and the Meigs County Elderly Housing Corp. Lori is also part of the Loyalty is Forever nonprofit organization that helps raise funds for the Meigs County Sheriff’s Department.
Previously, she served with the Mid-Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross, Wood County Relay for Life and Mid-Ohio Valley Chamber of Commerce. She has lived in Meigs County for sixteen (16) years and currently resides in Reedsville with her husband and animals.