SSB Community Bank hires Dylan Kaufman

BERLIN — Doug Hensel, president of SSB Community Bank (SSB) and Nick McMillen, executive vice president, recently announced the hiring of Dylan J. Kaufman as commercial loan officer for its Tuscarawas and Holmes County markets.

Kaufman is a 2012 graduate of Hiland High School and a 2016 graduate of the University of Findlay with a bachelor's degree in marketing and a minor in finance. He is a member of New Pointe Community Church in Millersburg, where he lives.

"We are very pleased to be able to attract a person of Dylan’s caliber as part of our growing SSB Team furthering our commitment and strategic growth plan to the Holmes County Market," McMillen said in a news release. "We look forward to his professional growth and development and assisting the bank with building and enhancing customer service to new and existing clients."

SSB Community Bank is 93-year old independent community bank with offices in Strasburg and Berlin. SSB is an equal housing lender and member FDIC. SSB is located on the web at and can be reached at its main office at 330-878-5555.


D+S Distribution completes certification

WOOSTER- Mick Bolon, vice president of operations at D+S Distribution, completed the SCPro™ Level One certification.

The accreditation is governed by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and is recognized as the most comprehensive certification available in the industry.

SCPro certification is a three-tiered program aimed at verifying an individual’s supply chain knowledge and skills. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements and earn 60 continuing education units to maintain certificate status.

Bolon joined D+S Distribution in 2006 as project manager of the 24/7 London, Ohio operation. In 2015, he was promoted to his current position, which includes responsibility for strategic planning and overall performance of the company’s supply chain, distribution and warehouse operations. Bolon resides in Wooster with his wife, Rhonda, and daughter, Kara.