Citizens Independent Bancorp Directors
Donald P. Wood — Chairman of the Board
Donald P. Wood, a director since November 1, 2012, has owned and operated his own business for 28 years. He is the chair and CEO of Don Wood, Inc., automobile businesses in the Logan and Athens areas. His 16 years of banking experience includes serving as the district president of Bank Ohio’s Cambridge/Zanesville area in 1983, before becoming lead assistant director for branch administration of Florida National Bank in 1985. He has served on a publicly-traded bank board for the past 10 years. Mr. Wood is a University of Rio Grande board member, past board chair and past president. He also served as the president of the Hocking College Foundation Board. He joined the Citizens’ Board of Directors as chairman in 2012. He has an advanced degree in banking from the American Institute of Banking. Mr. Wood received an honorary Masters and honorary Doctorate from the University of Rio Grande. Mr. Wood’s experience as a senior level banking officer, a successful entrepreneur and a leader in various roles in regional institutions provides valuable banking and leadership knowledge for the Board.
Robert L. Lilley — Director
Robert L. Lilley, a director since June 24, 2013, has had a private law practice in Logan since 1973. He has served as an assistant attorney general for the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, acting municipal court judge, the City of Logan law director and is an Army veteran. Mr. Lilley is a member of the Logan-Hocking Board of Health, Logan Rotary Club and member of the Brighten Your Future Foundation board. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and has a B.F.A. from Ohio University. Mr. Lilley’s professional expertise and long term active involvement in the community are valuable assets to the Board.
William J. Mauck — Director
William J. Mauck, a director since May 28, 2013, is a General Electric retiree after 26 years of service, most recently as Logan Glass Plant manager and Circleville Lamp Plant manager. During his time with GE, he contributed in all areas of manufacturing including non-union and union relations, staffing, quality improvement programs, budgeting and compliance. He also is a Vietnam Army veteran and member of Hocking Hills United Methodist Church. He has a B.S. of Science from the University of Iowa. Mr. Mauck’s strong ties with the community and career in management provide enhanced understanding of general management concerns and valuable community relations for the Board.
Daniel J. Stohs — Director
Daniel J. Stohs, a director since May 28, 2013, is a self-employed attorney and former accountant in the Logan area. He also is a managing member of Rempel Partner, LLC (operator of Midwest Glassware Outlet) and shareholder and board member of Olde Dutch Restaurant. He currently serves as a member of the City of Logan Board of Zoning Appeals. He has a B.A. of Social Sciences from The Ohio State University and is a graduate of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Mr. Stohs’ long experience living and working in the area along with his professional expertise as a lawyer provide the Board with oversight skills, knowledge of the region and business experience.
B.J. King – Director
Billy Jo King, a director since November 25, 2013, retired after 41 years as manager of The King Lumber Co. in Logan. He is a Navy veteran and received a B.S. degree from The Ohio State University in marketing and industrial production. Mr. King served on the Kachelmacher Memorial Trust fund for 23 years and is an original board member of The Village Mountain Mission, which builds houses and conducts medical clinics in the Dominican Republic. He also serves on the board of the Hocking County Historical Society.
Jerry D. Johnson – Director
Jerry Don Johnson, a director since November 25, 2013, is a retired local business owner of Fancy Plants landscaping from 1985-2010. He is currently a landscape designer and consultant for Southern Pines Nursery and manages his family farm. He has served on several local boards and clubs including the Hocking County Children Services, Logan-Hocking School District Advisory, Hocking Valley Community Hospital Foundation, Hocking County Community Improvement Corporation and Logan-Hocking Chamber of Commerce.
Robert C. Wolfinger, Jr. – Director
Robert Carl Wolfinger, a director since November 25, 2013, is the treasurer of the City of Lancaster and served as senior vice president of National City Bank, where he was employed for 36 years. He received his bachelor’s degree from Ohio University and is a banking school graduate of Rutgers University. He has served on several boards in the Fairfield County area, including Lancaster Festival, Inc., Fairfield County Economic Development Committee, Lancaster Port Authority, Fairfield Medical Center and Lancaster-Fairfield Chamber of Commerce.
Corby R. Leach – Director
Corby Leach, a director since January 27, 2014, owns and operates Corby Leach Insurance Agency, Inc, a State Farm agency in Logan. Corby holds a bachelor’s degree in Education from The Ohio State University and is an alumnus of The OSU Marching Band. In addition to his involvement at the bank, Corby also serves on the Board of Education for the Logan-Hocking Local School District. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Logan and The Ohio State Alumni Association of Hocking County. He has also served on several local boards including Logan-Hocking Chamber of Commerce, Hocking County Community Improvement Corporation, United Way of Hocking County, and Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action.
Corby and his wife Kelly, an elementary music teacher in the Liberty Union School District, reside in Logan. Their children, Casey & Carly, are students at Logan-Hocking Middle School. Corby and his family are members of First Presbyterian Church, where he also serves as Musical Ministry Director.
Corby is a native of southeast Ohio and is proud to call Logan and Hocking County home. In addition to spending time with his family, he enjoys music, theatre, anything Disney, the Cincinnati Reds and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Corby is committed to effective, productive leadership that will have a positive impact on our local economy. His business expertise, leadership experience and active involvement in the community are valuable assets to the Board.