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Kathy Sherman new Business Development Officer

November 1, 2014

PIQUA, Ohio – Unity National Bank is pleased to welcome back Kathy Sherman as a Business Development Officer. Kathy was Unity’s Freedom Years Director for 5 ½ years before accepting a position in 2011 as President of the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce. Prior to her previous employment at Unity, she was a branch manager at both Peoples Savings Bank (now Mainsource Bank) and US Bank. She is a graduate of Lehman High School and received her associate’s degree in business from Edison Community College.

In the community, she currently serves on the Grow Piqua Now board and the Retention and Expansion committee, as well as the Upper Valley Career Center Business & Industry advisory board and Partners in Business advisory board. She is also a member of the Piqua Tourism Council, the Piqua Citizens for Safety levy campaign committee, the Miami Valley Cycling Summit committee, and the Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau. Kathy can be reached at the Administration office in Piqua at 937-615-1026.

Please join Unity in welcoming back Kathy and congratulating her on her new position!

Media Contact: Julie Monnin, 937.615.1023,

View a pdf of the news release.

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