Richland Young Professionals 10 Under 40: Chris Hiner

  • 5/10/2019 9:28:22 AM
  • Sartaj Singh
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - Chris Hiner is one of Richland County's 10 Under 40!

Chris Hiner is the President of Richland Bank. He is responsible with the day-to-day operations and providing ways to help the community. 

Chris started his career as a management trainee at Park National Bank in Newark, Ohio. Since then, he made his dream goal clear: to be the President of a bank someday. Chris says you have to make sure that your ultimate goal is clear, and never lose sight of it.

Its also important not to get into a job just to be recognized. You need to have a strong interest in your career path. 

Chris says he was honored to be named one of Richalnd County's 10 Under 40. Being a Richland County resident for the past three years, he states that it has always felt like home, and looks forward to raising his family in the area. 

The Richland Young Professionals 10 Under 40 award spotlights some of the brightest stars in Richland County! Stay tuned to Newswatch at 5, 6, 10 and 11 every Tuesday and Thursday during the month of May for more spotlight pieces on WMFD-TV. 

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