On The MoveSeneca County

Old Fort Bank completes additional phase of headquarter transitions

Submitted by OLD FORT BANK

TIFFIN — Old Fort Banking Company further demonstrated its commitment to Seneca County and the Tiffin community this month with a second phase of associate moves to its Downtown Tiffin headquarters.Old Fort building

The relocations included Senior Commercial Banker Tyler Webb, Senior Commercial Banker Scott Kromer, and Treasury Management Banker Christine Simmons to Old Fort’s East Market Street headquarters.

In addition, the effort included the transition of Mortgage Loan Originator Tom Zirm to the Bank’s Westgate Financial Center.

In 2018, Old Fort Bank announced the transfer of its headquarters from Old Fort to Downtown Tiffin, which involved the move of its accounting department, executive offices, human resources functions, marketing department and retail administration.

“The relocation of our headquarters has positioned us as a key player in the revitalization and dynamic growth taking place throughout both Downtown Tiffin and Seneca County,” said President and CEO Michael Spragg. “These additional associate moves further demonstrate our commitment to the community, and further establishes Old Fort as the leading community bank in both Tiffin and Seneca County.”

Established in 1916, Old Fort Banking Company has assets totaling approximately $560 million and serves Allen, Greene, Hancock, Sandusky, Seneca and Wood Counties, with financial centers in Bettsville, Clyde, Findlay, Fostoria, Fremont, Old Fort, Tiffin, Sugarcreek Township and Xenia. The bank also operates a commercial loan production office in Lima.