Thiesen retires after 27 years at National Bank of Ohio

After 27 years of service at the National Bank of Ohio (NBOH), Assistant Cashier and Loan Documentation Associate Alice Theisen retired on Feb. 1.

Alice began her banking career at NBOH in the bookkeeping department on Jan. 21, 1986.  She became a teller in 1988 and eight years later took a position as Loan Documentation Clerk.  In 1998, Alice transferred to the new Port Clinton Office in the role of New Account Representative. 

In April of 2002, Alice was named Assistant Cashier and became the Assistant Office Manager of the Port Clinton banking office.  She then returned to the Oak Harbor office in 2004 with a position in the loan documentation area, where she worked until her retirement.

Alice resides in Graytown with her husband Jim.  They have two grown sons, a daughter-in-law and two granddaughters.  During her retirement she plans on reading, spoiling her granddaughters and attending their sporting events.  Alice and her husband are looking forward to vacationing together and spending time on their Harley-Davidson bike.

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