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Roger Geiger, National Federation of Independent Business Ohio executive director, left, congratulates Terry Bumpus, president of First Federal Savings and Loan, right, on First Federal Savings and Loan Association’s 50 years with NFIB.

 

CENTERBURG — The National Federation of Independent Business Ohio Chapter (NFIB/Ohio) recognized First Federal Savings and Loan Association in Centerburg with a 50-year NFIB member plaque at a recent meeting of the Knox Country Area Action Council. NFIB/Ohio has 20 such groups that meet across Ohio.

A true community bank, First Federal Savings and Loan Association in Centerburg stands out in today’s world. The bank opened its doors in 1934 and has stayed true to its roots as an institution grounded in family loans and savings instruments. Bank President Terry Bumpus believes this consistent approach has led to the bank’s success.

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