James P. Dellner

James -dellnerMr. Dellner serves Dixon, Davis, Bagent & Company as a Consultant in the Outsourcing Group.  Mr. Dellner performs loan review engagements, FHLMC Quality Control reviews, IRR reviews and other assignments for DDB & Co.’s community bank and thrift clients in Ohio.

Mr. Dellner received a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and English from Denison University in Granville, Ohio.  He went on to earn his Master of Business Administration Degree in Finance from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

Mr. Dellner has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry.  He worked for several years as a lender and in operations, regulatory compliance and executive management in the thrift industry.  He served as a trust administrator, an investment portfolio manager, and a compliance officer while employed in the trust department of a central Ohio bank.  Mr. Dellner worked for a large mortgage banking organization, managing mortgage originators over an extended territory.  He also worked to help capitalize and start an Ohio de novo financial institution, serving as an officer and lender for that company until it was acquired.

Mr. Dellner was an instructor in real estate finance for Central Ohio Technical College in Newark, Ohio for several years.  He has also designed and presented courses in mortgage finance for Realtor continuing education through the Ohio Department of Commerce, Division of Real Estate. 

Throughout his career, Mr. Dellner has been involved in community service.  He is a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Newark.  He was a Big Brother volunteer, board member and board president of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Licking County.  He has been a Scouting leader and volunteer in various capacities, and a volunteer and fundraiser for Denison University.  He served on the board of the Newark Area Chamber of Commerce.  Mr. Dellner has served on the steering committees for Licking County Leave A Legacy and for the Newark Area Financial Planning Group.  He served on the Mutual Institutions Committee of America’s Community Bankers, a national trade organization of community financial institutions.

Mr. Dellner and his wife Karen reside in Newark and are the parents of two grown children.