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In 2008, he was awarded the Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) designation.

Phone: 419-464-3035Email: [email protected] began her banking career in Atlanta, GA in 1986.

Barry came to Croghan to establish the trust department and has managed the Wealth Management Division since 1990.

Phone: 419-355-2211Email: [email protected] has earned a Master of Business Administration and Master of Business and Organizational Leadership from The Defiance College, and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Eastern Michigan University.

Phone: 419-464-3034Email: [email protected] can’t predict the future, but we can help you plan for it. A secure, comfortable retirement is every worker’s dream.

At Croghan, we love nothing more than helping our clients pursue their financial goals. Let us help you create a personalized plan that goes beyond the traditional checking and savings accounts. No worries, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know. Achieving the dream of a secure, comfortable retirement is much easier when you plan your finances.

Barry is a licensed attorney, a graduate of the National Trust School and a graduate of the College for Financial Planning.

Phone: 419-333-4712Email: [email protected] with over 25 years of experience in trust administration, portfolio management, tax & financial planning and business consulting.

She works closely with clients in building solid banking relationships by having experience in all facets of the retail side of banking.

Peggy has been with Croghan Colonial Bank for over 23 years, with the vast majority of that time working in different areas of the Trust and Investment Management Division.

In general, more established companies tend to pay dividends, and these companies may not have as much growth potential as newer companies that plow all of their earnings back into the company. A 2015 study found that dividends had accounted for about one-third of the total return of the S&P 500 index since 1956, with the other two-thirds from capital appreciation.

In the fourth quarter of 2017, more than 80% of S&P 500 stocks paid a dividend with an average yield of 1.87% for the index as a whole and 2.24% for dividend-paying stocks.

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