CLINTON — Clinton National Bank recently held its annual meeting.
Robert Holleran, CEO and vice chairman of the board reported at the end of December, the bank’s assets totaled $370,623,000, deposits grew to $303,670,000 and the loan portfolio increased to $182,308,000.
“2013 presented the financial industry and the business community with many challenges including a continued low interest rate environment, moderate loan demand and many changes in regulatory requirements,” Holleran said. “Despite those challenges, we believe Clinton National Bank is strategically positioned to maintain our reputation of being the safe, sound and secure financial leader in our marketplace.”
Holleran also noted the bank’s new Mobile Banking method that launched in 2013. This service allows customers to conduct their banking through a mobile phone.
During the meeting, the following promotions were announced: LaRee Mangler was promoted to Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Business Development. Mangler joined the bank in 1991. She oversees the marketing and advertising at all bank locations and coordinates the travel aspect of the bank’s Prime Time Club.
The following employees were also named officers of the bank. Cathie Jebsen joined the bank in 2007. She is the Delmar office manager where she oversees all aspects of the Delmar office.
Kevin Ross was named Information Technology Officer. Ross started at the bank in 2005. He is responsible for the planning, support and execution of all computer systems at the bank.
Evan Trenkamp was promoted to loan officer. Trenkamp joined the bank In 2010. He originates and services consumer, real estate, commercial and agricultural loans in the Delmar and Preston markets.
In other business matters, the directors elected and re-elected the following officers and directors for another year: Alvin J. Goerdt, chairman of the board; Holleran, CEO and Vice Chairman of the board; Steven Thacker, president; Richard Vining, executive vice president, CFO and cashier; Jennifer Boysen, executive vice president and operations manager; Norlan Hinke, senior vice president and senior lender; Kathleen Klahn, senior vice president and real estate loan manager; Carol Peterson, senior vice president and trust officer; David Helscher, senior vice president and trust officer; Smith Gilmore, vice president and loan officer; Ricci Aquilani, vice president, operations and compliance officer; Amy Horst, vice president and Lyons office manager; Deborah Feaster, vice president and Camanche office manager; Joel Kaczinski, vice president and Andover officer manager; Richard Skrivseth, vice president and Miles officer manager; Mark Milder, vice president and loan officer; Ted Shemwell, vice president and trust officer; Jason Wheat, vice president and commercial loan officer; Lynn Chambell, assistant vice president; Kathy Hand, assistant vice president and loan operations manager; Helenea Graves, assistant vice president and office operations officer; Tracy Reynolds, assistant vice president and customer service manager; Christine Smith, assistant vice president and operations officer; Laree Mangler, assistant vice president marketing and business development; Jeffrey Hartung, loan officer; Karen Marshall, human resources and training officer; Bernard Holtkamp, loan officer; Lenny Weih, business development officer; Kimberly Gregory, head teller and vault manager; Donna Simmons, Preston office manager and operations supervisor; Richard Klahn, loan officer; Verna Mitchell, Sabula office manager and operations assistant; Sara Misiewicz, Lincolnway office manager; Catherine Jebsen, Delmar office manager; Kevin Ross, information technology officer; Evan Trenkamp, loan officer.
Alvin Goerdt, chairman of the board; Robert Holleran, CEO and vice chairman of the board; Steven Thacker, president; Julie Burke Smith, president, W J Young & Co.; Jennifer Boysen, executive vice president and operations manager; Robert Cassidy Jr., Parker Cassidy Supply Co.; J. R. Darr, retired; Thomas Fullerton, retired CNB executive vice president; James Stachour, retired CNB executive vice president; Jeffrey Stoutner, attorney.