MOUNT VERNON — Vickie A. Sant, president of First-Knox National Bank, announced the promotion of four associates: Dusty C. Au, banking officer; Lance E. Dill, banking officer; David E. Humphrey, banking officer; and Cynthia K. Hogle, administrative officer.
Au began her career in 1999 in Bellville as a part-time teller. She has served as a teller, a customer service representative and teller supervisor at the Coshocton Avenue office. In 2006, she became assistant manager at the Bellville office. In 2008, she was named manager and administrative officer at the Coshocton Avenue office.
She is a graduate of Clear Fork High School and the Mount Vernon Nazarene University. She has also completed numerous bank-related courses.
She is a volunteer for the Distinguished Young Women Scholarship program and Relay for Life.
Au resides in Howard with her husband, Mitchell, and son, Brady.
Dill joined First-Knox in 2005 as a customer service representative at the Fredericktown office. Later that year, he was promoted to assistant manager of the Fredericktown office. In 2007, he was named manager of the Bellville office.
He is a graduate of Clear Fork High School and holds a bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg University. He has also completed numerous bank-related courses.
Dill is a member of the Bellville Lions Club and St. Paul Lutheran Church.
He and his wife live in Bellville with their two children, Gunnar and Emmary.
Humphrey began his career at First-Knox as a summer teller in 1998. In 2003, he became assistant manager at the main office. In 2006, he was named the assistant manager at the Centerburg office and promoted to administrative officer in 2008. He was named manager of the Centerburg office in 2011.
He is a graduate of the Fredericktown High School and holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Ohio University. He has completed a host of banking courses.
Humphrey is a board member and treasurer of the Knox County United Way, board member of the Knox Community Hospital Foundation, treasurer of the Centerburg Area Business Association, and treasurer for Centerburg Cub Scout Pack 382.
He serves as financial agent coordinator on behalf of First-Knox for the Knox County Junior Fair Livestock Sale. He is a member of the Centerburg Zoning and Planning Commission and the First-Knox Relay for Life team. Humphrey serves on the Knox County Money Matters Task Force and is a member and elder of the Center Pointe Church.
He and his wife, Aimee, reside in Centerburg with their two children, John and Grace.
Hogle began her First-Knox career in 1987 as a part-time teller at the main office. She returned to First-Knox in 1993 when her family moved back to the area. In 1994, she was promoted to Safe Deposit and Bond administrator with additional responsibility of electronic banking coordinator in 1998. Since then, she has served various positions in First-Knox operations. Today, her current position is supervisor of lockbox services.
She graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1987 and has completed numerous banking courses.
She and her husband, Dane, reside in Mount Vernon. They have two sons, Cody and Adam.