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CNB Announces Promotions

October 20, 2014 | Return to News & Updates

Craig S. Connor, president and CEO of County National Bank announced the Board of Directors approved the promotions of Sharon Burns and Kelly Jensen in their December meeting.

Sharon L. Burns, second vice president – controller was promoted to second vice president – C.F.O. As C.F.O. Sharon will have overall responsibility for the financial responsibilities of County National Bank.

Sharon has been with the Bank since 2010, as well as having previously worked with a well-known area CPA firm.

Sharon has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in organizational management from Spring Arbor University, and recently obtained her Certified Public Accountant accreditation. She has been active as a PTA member and committee chairperson at a local school, has served on the Board for a youth soccer organization as treasurer, and also has been involved in various areas at her church. She and her family reside in the Addison area.

Kelly D. Jensen, assistant vice president and branch officer was promoted to second vice president and branch administrator. Kelly will have the responsibility of branch operations, with all branch managers and officers reporting directly to him. His over 35 years of experience as a banker and branch manager will be of great value.

Kelly has been with the Bank since 2000, where he has served as a branch manager for four of the Bank’s offices. He previously worked for another area bank, beginning his bank career in 1976.

Kelly attended JCC focusing on business classes as well as attending the American Institute of Banking. He also completed the Michigan Banker’s Association Commercial Lending School, and various other courses through them. Kelly serves as treasurer for the Exchange Club of Jackson, treasurer for the Together We Can Make A Difference House, and is a member of the Trinity Wesleyan Church where he also leads the music ministry of the Church. He and his family reside in the Jackson area.