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Business Briefs: Attorney Nathan Lennon Joins Reminger, Banker Jeffrey Wagner Joins Falmouth Branch

Reminger Co., LPA announced the addition of attorney and Covington resident Nathan Lennon to the firm's Cincinnati office.
 
Lennon (pictured above) focuses his legal practice in the areas of products liability, commercial litigation, appellate advocacy, professional liability, general casualty, insurance coverage, and government/public entity.
 
He graduated summa cum laude and first in his class from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law, where he was an associate editor of the Law Review, and a member of the Moot Court Board, National Trial Team, and Arbitration Team. He continues to be active in the Chase alumni community, as an assistant instructor for the Arbitration Team.
 
In his spare time, he enjoys running marathons, collecting art, and working on his reconstruction-era home in Covington, Kentucky.

Jeffrey Wagner

Heritage Bank welcomed Jeffrey Wagner as Assistant Vice President and manager of the Falmouth banking center. Wagner will manage staff, develop deposit and credit relationships, and be involved in the local community.

With more than fifteen years of banking experience, Wagner has a track record of proven success in diverse sales positions. Most recently, he served management and business development roles in Newport and Highland Heights, Kentucky. He was responsible for directing and administering a financial center with $60 million in core deposits and generating more than $2.5 million in net revenue annually.

“Heritage Bank is excited to increase our presence in Pendleton County. Jeff Wagner’s experience in business lending and customer service will provide great leadership for our expanded and renovated Falmouth branch,” said Lytle Thomas, President and CEO of Heritage Bank, in an announcement.

Wagner is an active member of the community. He took part in a Young Bankers Program, where he taught local 5th graders the basics of banking. Wagner is also active with the Dave Ramsey Financial Literacy Program; he visits local schools and teaches the provided curriculum about financial literacy with a focus on loans, deposit relationships and banking in general.

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