Skip to Main Content


Login Menu
Loading Branch
Looking for a location near you?

Simply click the target to find your nearest banking office or enter your ZIP code and press search.

John MacRitchie joins Unity as Commercial Lender

PIQUA, Ohio – Unity National Bank is pleased to announce the addition of John MacRitchie as Vice President, Commercial Lender.  John has over 30 years of banking experience, most recently retiring in April of this year from Wells Fargo Bank in Dayton.   John received both his Bachelor’s in Business Administration and his Master’s in Business Administration in Finance from the University of Toledo.  During his banking career, he was employed with Sylvania Savings Bank as a Credit Vice President and Internal Auditor, AmeriTrust Company in Columbus as a Commercial Lending Vice President, Huntington National Bank and 5/3 Bank in Dayton as a Vice President Middle Market Banking, Merrill Lynch in Dayton as a Business Financial Advisor/Commercial Lending, and at Wells Fargo as a Vice President of Corporate Banking.

John has been actively involved in the community as a board member of Hospice of Miami County, Governance Committee of the Dayton Regional Manufacturing Association, Foundation Board of Dayton Children’s Hospital, Dayton Downtown Rotary, and a board member of the United Rehabilitation Services of Dayton.

John resides in Troy with his wife, Josephine and son Cameron.

Please join us in congratulating John on his new position!

View a pdf of the news release.

Previous Post: Park National Corporation reports financial results for second quarter and first half of 2016 Learn More

Next Post: Potts Promoted to Sunset Branch Manager Learn More

Ready to get started?
Contact Us Anytime 937-773-0752 Email
Why a bank makes a great executor for your estate

Once you’ve decided who your worldly possessions should go to, you need to decide who…

Learn More

Let’s clarify some common misconceptions about the gifting tax

While estate planning, questions often arise about making monetary gifts to others. Some questions we…

Learn More

Strength in numbers: how a longer password deters hackers

Hackers are sophisticated at breaking passwords, so it’s important to try and stay a step…

Learn More