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County National Bank Hires New 2nd VP – Private Banking

July 06, 2017

Craig S. Connor, President and C.E.O., of County National Bank (CNB) recently announced the officer appointment of Julie A. Miller, 2nd Vice President – Private Banking Officer. Julie A. Miller has been appointed to the position of 2nd Vice President – Private Banking Officer. She joined CNB on... » Read more

The Next Generation of CNB Bankers

June 02, 2017

What do you want to be when you grow up? Or rather, what did you want to be?  That question was on our minds when we welcomed five 8th graders to our team on the morning of May 18th, 2017. The students came from Litchfield, Pittsford, North Adams-Jerome, Reading, and... » Read more

IDK What This Means…

June 02, 2017

Buying a house can be stressful – being a first time home buyer can be even more overwhelming. Apart from finding your perfect property, there’s the financing. This is where things can become really scary.  At CNB, our mortgage lenders act as your buying partners. They are» Read more

The Beginners Guide to the Art, Beer, Wine Festival

June 02, 2017

For the third year, County National Bank is the presenting sponsor of Ella Sharp's Art Beer Wine Festival. Pictured above (left to right): Melissa Stroede- Treasury Management Officer - CNB,  Kyle Liechty - Art, Beer, Wine Festival Director, Donna Gutenkauf - Executive Director - Ella Sharp Museum, John... » Read more

Deb Hollister, Jonesville’s Citizen of the Year

June 01, 2017

By: Kelly Jensen, Vice President – Branch Administrator Each year, the Jonesville community recognizes an adult and youth as Citizen of Year for their involvement in the community.   County National Bank is pleased to say that Deb Hollister, a CNB employee at our Jonesville office, was awarded the 2017... » Read more

Celebrating 83 years of Community Banking

March 28, 2017

In 1934, the landscape of the United States was hard. It was one of the worst years of the Great Depression, and the Midwest would soon experience the Dust Bowl. The year would see the end of Bonnie & Clyde and John Dillinger’s crime sprees, but the country would... » Read more

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