Scott D. Morgan has joined the Wayne County lending team of the Killbuck Savings Bank.
He serves as vice president, mortgage lender, at the Kidron location of the bank.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Scott to our Mortgage Lending team and look forward to his contributions in expanding our presence in the Kidron area,” said Victor Weaver, president and CEO, of Killbuck Savings Bank, said in a news release.
Morgan has 29 years of experience in the financial services and mortgage lending relationship management fields. He is an accomplished sales executive who is looking forward to assisting Killbuck Savings Bank customers with mortgage lending needs.
“I embrace the opportunity to utilize my experience to deliver outstanding service and mortgage products to Killbuck Savings Bank customers,” Morgan said in the release.
Morgan is active in the community and is a board member of the Home Builders Association of Wayne and Holmes Counties, Wayne County Housing and Wayne Metropolitan Housing Authority. He is a member of the Wayne County Housing Coalition and the Wayne Holmes Association of Realtors, where he was awarded the Hall of Fame affiliate in 2018.
He and his wife, Raquel, have five children and have been Wayne County residents for more than 30 years. He is an avid OSU fan and enjoys camping and spending time with his family.
The Kidron bank is located at 13253 Emerson Road. Morgan can be reached at 330-857-0395.
Broehl Law welcomes Anderson
The Broehl Law Office welcomes Derek S. Anderson to the firm as an associate attorney.
Anderson will practice in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, Medicaid planning, corporate and business law, including business formation, succession plans, and contracts, as well as personal injury law.
Anderson, a native of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, earned his Juris Doctorate degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Akron School of Law in December, then passed the Ohio Bar Examination and received his law license in the spring.
During law school, Anderson participated in the Law School’s Expungement and Certificate of Qualification for Employment Clinics, where he helped individuals obtain employment clearance certificates from judges and helped individuals apply for expungement of criminal records.
He also clerked for the office of Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Cassandra Collier-Williams.
He graduated, cum laude, from Albion College in 2016 with a bachelor of arts degree in political science. He enjoys traveling, exercising, and spending time with his dog.
“I am excited to be working with such a fantastic group of people in this great community. I look forward to expanding my horizons and assisting clients with their legal questions,” Anderson said, noting he look forward to becoming involved in the community and providing compassionate and result-driven legal services through the Broehl Law Office.
The addition of Anderson continues the Broehl Law Office’s strategic plan to grow the firm Margo Broehl established to provide caring, comprehensive legal services to local businesses, individual clients and their families, according to a news release.
The Broehl Law Office, located in Wooster’s historic Emrich/Annat house, is a boutique law firm focusing its practice primarily in the areas of estate planning (wills and trusts), estate and trust administration, corporate/business law, and personal injury law. For more information, call 330-264-9897.
This article originally appeared on The Daily Record: New faces at Killbuck Savings, Broehl Law in Wooster