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Dunigan Named to CNB Board
October 03, 2013 | Return to News & Updates
Craig S. Connor, President & CEO of County National Bank, announced that Joseph B. Dunigan was recently named to the Board of Directors of CNB Community Bancorp, Inc. and County National Bank, and was also named to the CNB Jackson Advisory Board.
Mr. Dunigan has been the President of Dunigan Brothers, Inc. for twenty-eight years. Established in 1945 in the southern Michigan area, Dunigan Brothers, Inc. provides quality underground construction, water and sewer installation, excavation site prep, and more. He is also the secretary of Liberty Environmentalists, serving south central Michigan since 1985 with facilities utilizing state-of-the-art engineering, construction, monitoring and operating processes to ensure environmental protection. The businesses are owned and operated by Joe and his six brothers; they are the third generation of the Dunigan family based in Jackson, Michigan.
Craig Connor stated, “Mr. Dunigan is a well-known businessman in the Jackson market. He is very well-respected and has a long history of business achievements. We look forward to the contribution Mr. Dunigan will make to our continued growth and success as a community bank.”
Joe Dunigan graduated from St. Mary’s High School and he attended Jackson Community College and Spring Arbor College. He has been married to Candace R. Dunigan for forty-two years and they have two adult daughters, Heather Coe and Jennifer Simpson, along with five grandchildren.
Joe is a member of the Jackson Catholic Area School Board, a member of the Queen of the Miraculous Medal Parish and past President of the Queen’s Parish Council, and he currently serves on the Liberty Township Planning Board. He is the past President of the Associated Underground Contractors of Michigan and was President of Arbor Hills Country Club and Board of Directors for two years. In addition, Mr. Dunigan served on the former City Bank and Trust Board of Directors, Citizens Bank Advisory Board, and Lumen Christi High School Board.