Brandt Miller Named SVP Bluffton Market President
Citizens National Bank (CNB) has named Brandt Miller as Senior Vice President/Bluffton Market President. In addition to being a Commercial/Ag lender, Brandt will also oversee the profitability of the market, be responsible for growing loan and deposit totals and monitor market trends. Darrel Buroker, Chief Lending Officer, states, “We’re happy to have Brandt lead the team in our Bluffton office. His lending experience, in addition to his local connections in the region, are true assets to the bank.”
Brandt began his banking career with CNB as an intern in the Credit Department. He then worked as a Credit Analyst, and later a Commercial/Ag Lender. Now with more than 20 years in the banking industry, Brandt is excited to continue his career growth at CNB. “I truly believe in CNB as a community bank and am excited to come back to my roots and help grow the market that I began my career in,” says Brandt.
Brandt holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Accounting major from Ohio Northern University. He is a 2016 graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and completed Ag Lending School at Purdue University as well as Commercial Lending School with the Ohio Bankers League. He’s been an active member of the community, serving as past Chairman and Board Member of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance. Other past activities include being an Allen County Chamber Ambassador, Volunteering for the Allen Lima Leadership Youth program, being a Board member of Walter Potts Entrepreneur center, serving as Treasurer of the Lima Farmers Club, Vice President of Ada’s Community Improvement Corporation and volunteering as a youth coach with the AEYSA.
He and his wife Melissa, live in the Allen East area with their two daughters. In his free time, he enjoys camping, boating and golfing.
With offices in Bluffton, Celina, Defiance, Elida, Findlay, Lima, Springfield, Van Wert and Toledo, Citizens National Bank has assets totaling more than $970 million and has been serving the communities of West Central Ohio since 1920.View more Articles