Civista Bank, National Patent Analytical, McDonald’s


Civista Bank named one of the best banks to work for in 2021

SANDUSKY – Civista Bank has been named one of the best banks to work for in 2021. This is the ninth consecutive year that Civista Bank has been recognized.

The Best Banks to Work For program, launched in 2013 by American Banker and Best Companies Group, recognizes and honors American banks for exceptional employee satisfaction.

According to President and CEO Dennis Shaffer, Civista has learned through the pandemic how mobile, yet effective, its teams can be.

Shaffer said Civista’s Council for Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DCI) recently celebrated its first anniversary and is in the process of developing a resource group for women in business. Other actionable elements included relaxing the dress code for business-casual and adopting tasteful self-expressions, such as hair coloring and tattoos.

Full results of this year’s program are available at American banker and in the November issue of American Banker Magazine. Civista ranks 86 on the 2021 list.

Mansfield Company Wins Federal Contract

WASHINGTON – National Patent Analytical of Mansfield won a federal contract for $ 56,730 from the Defense Logistics Agency of Columbus. The market relates to components of electrical and electronic equipment.

Local McDonald’s Promotion Supports Ronald McDonald House Charities

CLEVELAND – A special promotion created by the owners / operators of Northeast Ohio McDonald’s raised nearly $ 146,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast Ohio (RMHC NEO). From May 31 to September 6, 10 cents of each Frozen Soft Drink or Slushie Minute Maid sold at local McDonald’s restaurants was donated to support families and children served by OMRM’s NEO programs.

Local McDonald’s owners / operators have supported the programs at Ronald McDonald Houses of Northeast Ohio for over 40 years. In 1979 they provided seed funding for the Cleveland House, Ohio’s first, and in 1985 they helped open the Ronald McDonald House in Akron.


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