Huntington Mortgage Group
Huntington Mortgage Group
180 E. Broad St.
Columbus, OH 43215
Tel: 614 480-0085

About Huntington

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated is a $54 billion regional bank holding company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Huntington has more than 143 years of serving the financial needs of its customers. Huntington’s banking subsidiary, The Huntington National Bank, provides innovative retail and commercial financial products and services through over 600 regional banking offices in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Huntington also offers retail and commercial financial services online at; through its technologically advanced, 24-hour telephone bank; and through its network of almost 1,400 ATMs. Selected financial service activities are also conducted in other states including: Auto Finance & Dealer Services offices in Arizona, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia; Private Financial and Capital Markets Group offices in Florida; and Mortgage Banking offices in Maryland and New Jersey. Huntington Insurance offers retail and commercial insurance agency services in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. International banking services are made available through the headquarters office in Columbus, a limited purpose office located in the Cayman Islands, and another located in Hong Kong.

The Huntington Philosophy

We are a bank whose size makes people feel right at home, yet is more than large enough to provide them with access to all the resources they need. We like to think of Huntington as a local bank with national resources, and it’s just one of the things that makes us great.
Our values – Communication, Teamwork, Accountability, Service, Diversity and Passion – define the way we think and act, and help to create extraordinary customer experiences. We demonstrate our commitment to the customer by delivering simply the best service—always.

Awards and Recognition

Huntington has been recognized by our industry and our communities. Each honor means a lot to us, and we’re happy to share the 2007 awards with you.

Industry Recognition

Greenwich Excellence Award for Overall Customer Satisfaction, National
Greenwich Excellence Award for Branch Services, National
Greenwich Excellence Award for Cash Management Services, National
Greenwich Excellence Award for Online Services, National
Greenwich Excellence Award for Cash Management Services, Regional
Number One SBA Lender in Ohio and West Virginia
Ranked #5 of All U.S. Banks for Retail Home Page Performance, Keynote Systems, Inc.
Ranked #5 of All U.S. Financial Institutions in Treatment of Online Customers, The Customer Respect Group

Community Recognition

Corporate Sponsor of the Year, Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Chairman’s Above & Beyond Award, Ohio Committee for Employer Support of Guard & Reserve
2007 Corporate Caring Award for Arts & Humanities, Central Ohio Business First
Corporate Partner Award, YWCA
Plaque of Appreciation, Central Community House
Plaque of Appreciation, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
Plaque of Appreciation, Columbus Jewish Federation
Plaque of Appreciation, Deaf Initiatives
Plaque of Recognition & Appreciation, Special Olympics
Certificate of Appreciation, Columbus Urban League
Certificate of Appreciation, Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Certificate of Recognition, Ohio Community Service Council
Recognition Award for Community Partnership, West Broad Elementary in Columbus, Ohio
Prevent Blindness Ohio, People of Vision Award for Huntington and Barb Berebitsky
North Coast 99 for Top Business Employers, Large Size, Cleveland
101 Best and Brightest Companies, Michigan Business and Professional Association
Best Companies to Work For, Grand Rapids Business Journal
Best of Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids Magazine
Employer Recognition Award, Women’s Resource Center, West Michigan
Project Blueprint Diversity Award, West Michigan United Way

Historical Timeline


P. W. Huntington & Company opened for business.


Business incorporated as The Huntington National Bank of Columbus (HNB of Columbus).


Bank Received limited trust powers.


Full trust powers received by bank from Federal Reserve System.


Mergers of The State Savings Bank & Trust Company and The Hayden-Clinton National Bank of Columbus.


Merger of The Market Exchange Bank Company, Columbus, Ohio.


Bank's first de novo branch, Eastmoor Office, opened.


Mergers of First National Bank of Grove City and The People's Bank of Canal Winchester.


Mergers of The Columbus Savings Bank and The Northern Savings Bank, Columbus, Ohio.


Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (HBI) established as a bank holding company.


Acquisition of The Washington Savings Bank, Washington Court House, Ohio.


Acquisition of The Savings Bank Company, Chillicothe, Ohio.


Acquisition of The Farmers Bank of Ashland, Ohio.


Acquisitions of The Bank of Wood County Company, Bowling Green; The Lucas County State Bank, Toledo; and Lagonda National Bank of Springfield.


Acquisitions of First National Bank & Trust Company of Lima; The Woodville State Bank; and The Portage National Bank, Kent.


Acquisitions of The First National Bank of Wadsworth and The First National Bank of Kenton.

HNB of Columbus established the first ever 24-hour, fully automated banking office.


Alger Savings Bank merged into affiliate in Kenton, Ohio.


The Huntington Mortgage Company formed as a subsidiary of HNB of Columbus.

The Pickerington Bank merged into HNB of Columbus.


Acquisitions of The Bellefontaine National Bank; The Central National Bank of London; and The Franklin National Bank.


Fifteen banks, including HNB of Columbus, merged into one bank named The Huntington National Bank (HNB).

Loan production office opened in Dayton, Ohio.


Mergers of Farmers & Merchants Bank, Milford Center and The First National Bank of Burton into HNB.


Acquisition of the Alexandria Bank Company, renamed The Huntington State Bank.

Loan production office opened in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Merger of The Reeves Banking and Trust Company into HNB.

Acquisition of The Union Commerce Corporation, Cleveland, a bank holding company.


Passage of reciprocal interstate banking legislation in Ohio.


Four interstate acquisitions completed: Commonwealth Trust Bancorp, Inc., Covington, Kentucky; Central Bancorp, Inc., Danville, Indiana; Wainwright Financial Corporation, Noblesville, Indiana; and Kasco Financial Corporation, Warren, Michigan.


Acquisitions of Citizens State Bancorp, Silverton, Ohio and United Midwest Bancorporation, Ltd., Troy, Michigan.

The Huntington Trust Company, National Association began operations.

New trust office opened in Naples, Florida.


Opened first office of The Huntington Acceptance Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

First securitization of consumer receivables - $250 million of automobile loans securitized and sold to secondary market.

The Monitor Funds, a family of mutual funds developed and managed by The Huntington Trust Company, offered to trust customers.


Acquisition of First Macomb Bancorp, Inc., Mt. Clemens, Michigan and First Banc Securities, Inc., Morgantown, West Virginia.

Purchase of majority of assets of Parragut Mortgage Company, Waltham, Massachusetts by The Huntington Mortgage Company.


Acquisition of First Home Federal Savings and Loan Association, Sebring, Florida; renamed Huntington Federal Savings Bank.

Company's three Michigan banks merged into one bank named Huntington Banks of Michigan Inc.


The Huntington Investment Company, a subsidiary of HNB, began operations.

Certain Monitor Funds first offered to retail banking customers.

HNB became first bank ever to use imaging technology to process 100% of its checks.


Purchase of five banking offices in Cincinnati, Ohio by HNB.

Opened second office of The Huntington Acceptance Company in Louisville, Kentucky.

Launched Huntington Direct - providing customers with 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week access to Personal Bankers by phone for almost any banking need.

Sponsored formation of the National Clearinghouse Association - a national check clearinghouse for which HNB provides operational services.


Acquisitions of Charter Oak Financial Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio; CB&T Financial Corp., Fairmont, West Virginia; Commerce Banc Corporation, Charleston, West Virginia; First Bancorp Indiana, Inc., Lafayette, Indiana; and Railroadmen's Federal Savings and Loan Association, Indianapolis Indiana.

Opened two offices of The Huntington Acceptance Company in Greensboro, North Carolina and Troy, Michigan.


Acquisition of Firstfed Northern Kentucky Bancorp, Inc., Covington, Kentucky.

Opened first Huntington Banks Access office providing banking services to customers 24-hours-a-day.


Acquisitions of First Seminole Bank, Lake Mary, Florida; Security National Bank, Maitland, Florida; and Reliance Bank, Melborne, Florida.

A retirement bank program was introduced to help customers prepare for their retirement years.


Introduced the Huntington Web Bank, which made it possible for customers to perform interactive banking on the Internet. Huntington was the first bank in the country to offer online bill payment.


Acquisition of FMB-First Michigan Bank of western Michigan.

HBAN added to S&P 500. Consolidated region charters into one bank. Acquisitions of Citi Bancshares, Leesburg, Florida; and The Bank of Winter Park.

Creation of Private Financial Group, combining personal banking, trust services, investments and insurance.

Acquisition of Tice & Associates insurance agency, Columbus, Ohio. Permitted to sell property and casualty insurance, formed Huntington Property and Casualty Insurance Agency, Inc.


Purchased 60 former Barnett banking offices from Nations Bank Completed. Launched Business Web Bank services.

Acquired Pollock & Pollock, Inc. insurance agency, Cleveland, Ohio. FMB Funds merged with Monitor Funds. First Smart Card program installed at University of Central Florida. First Web Bank kiosk opened at Kent State University.


Monitor Funds renamed Huntington Funds.

Opened technologically-advanced Business Service Center at Easton business complex in Columbus, Ohio.


Acquisition of Empire Banc Corporation, a bank holding company headquartered in Traverse City, Michigan.


Thomas E. Hoaglin appointed as Chairman, President and CEO of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated.

Huntington added the Dividend Capture Fund, New Economy Fund, Mid Corp America Fund, International Equity Fund and Rotating Index Fund to its mutual fund family.


Huntington sold the Florida franchise to SunTrust Bank.

The Huntington Mortgage Company merged with The Huntington National Bank on December 31, becoming Huntington Mortgage Group.

Acquisition of Haberer Registered Investment Advisor, Incorporated, a Cincinnati-based registered investment advisory firm.

Acquisition of LeaseNet Group, Incorporated, an Ohio-based equipment leasing company.

Huntington introduced the Situs Small Cap fund to its fund family.


Huntington sold its four Martinsburg, West Virginia offices to First United Corporation.

Huntington opened two newly designed prototype offices.


Huntington and Unizan Financial Corp. announced merger agreement.

Huntington opened two newly designed prototype offices.

Huntington added the Macro 100 Fund to The Huntington Funds.


Huntington launched new Business Online Web site.

Huntington expanded ATM network to nearly 1,000 with machines in Walgreens and CVS stores.


Huntington completed merger with Unizan Financial Corp. and announced the signing of a definitive agreement to merge with Sky Financial Group Inc.

Acquired Unified Fund Services.


Huntington completed the merger with Sky Financial Corp.

Marty Adams, Sky’s Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, became Huntington’s President and Chief Operating Officer.

Upon Marty Adams' retirement on Dec. 31, 2007, Tom Hoaglin once again assumed the role of President.

Huntington acquires Archer-Meek-Weiler Insurance Agency.


Huntington launched Mobile Banking.


Tom Hoaglin retires as Huntington's Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer.

Stephen D. Steinour appointed as Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated.

Huntington launched Text Banking.

Board of Directors

Raymond J. Biggs
Private Investor;
Retired Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer,
Huntington Bancshares Michigan, Inc.
Joined Board: 2002

David P. Lauer
Certified Public Accountant;
Retired Managing Partner,
Deloitte & Touche LLP
Joined Board: 2003

Don M. Casto III
Principal / Chief Executive Officer,
Joined Board: 1985 Jonathan A. Levy
President / Partner,
Redstone Investments
Joined Board: 2007

Michael J. Endres
Stonehenge Financial Holdings, Inc.
Joined Board: 2003

Wm. J. Lhota
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Central Ohio Transit Authority
Joined Board: 1990

Marylouise Fennell, RSM
Higher Education Services
Joined Board: 2007

Gene E. Little
Retired Senior Vice President and Treasurer,
The Timken Company
Joined Board: 2006

John B. Gerlach, Jr.
Chairman, President, and
Chief Executive Officer,
Lancaster Colony Corporation
Joined Board: 1999

Gerard P. Mastroianni
Alliance Ventures, Inc.
Joined Board: 2007

D. James Hilliker
Vice President / Managing Shareholder,
Better Food Systems, Inc.
Joined Board: 2007

David L. Porteous
McCurdy Wotila & Porteous, P.C.;
Lead Director,
Huntington Bancshares Incorporated
Joined Board: 2003

Stephen D. Steinour
Chairman, President, and
Chief Executive Officer,
Huntington Bancshares Incorporated
Joined Board: 2009

Kathleen H. Ransier
Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP
Joined Board: 2003

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