Weaver named president, CEO of KSB

Weaver named president, CEO of KSB

Victor Weaver


The board of directors of The Killbuck Savings Bank Co. recently announced a transition in leadership that will occur with the March 31 retirement of Craig A. Lawhead as CEO.

Victor Weaver has been named KSB’s new president and CEO. Weaver began his banking career at The Killbuck Savings Bank in 1993 and has held various leadership roles within the organization. Born and raised in Holmes County and contributing to the bank’s success for over 27 years, Weaver and his wife, Tammy, reside in Benton and enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren.

Additionally, Rachel D. Miller has been promoted to executive vice president. Miller joined the bank in 2002. As a West Holmes graduate, she began her career while attending Malone College, where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and business administration. She has held several positions within the bank and currently serves as the chief financial officer. Miller currently serves on the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and resides in Millersburg with her husband, Joe, and their three children.

“Mr. Weaver and Mrs. Miller are proven leaders of the bank, and their common sense and forward-looking approach will only improve our bank for years to come,” Lawhead said.

For 121 years, The Killbuck Savings Bank Co. has had its corporate offices in Killbuck, and for the last 118 of those years, it has held a 5-Star rating by Bauer Financial. With $650 million in assets and over 140 employees, The Killbuck Savings Bank Co. specializes in community banking and currently operates 11 full-service locations.

For more information visit www.killbuckbank.com.

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