The Corsicana branches participated in the Relay for Life and not only did they raise $4,052 (not a final # yet, could be more) but they also won 1st place for their Relay Spirit stick! Way to go team!
Charla Hendrix, Chandler Branch Manager, was presented the Community Connection Award on Wed., April 10th at the Athens Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Charla has spent over 15 years on the Henderson County Fair Board, over 20 years assisting with the Livestock Show in Athens and some 15 years with the PCRA Rodeo in Athens. This was a true honor and she took a standing ovation from the audience. Charla is a great example of the servitude that a CNB employee represents in their community. Congratulations Charla!
Citizens National Bank employee, Darlene Davis retired in late December after 45 years in banking. Darlene worked as a teller in Downtown Henderson and will be missed. The bank is hosting a Retirement Reception in her honor on Friday, January 11th from 2-4 p.m., come and go. All of her friends, family and former customers are invited to drop in and wish her a Happy Retirement. Best wishes Darlene!
Come by our newest location in downtown Longview on Methvin and Green Streets and you could win a shopping spree!
Register November 5 – 17 at our new convenience center and drive-thru in downtown Longview. One grand prize winner will win ten $100 gift certificates from locally owned businesses.
It’s all to celebrate our expansion into downtown Longview.
201 N. Green St.
Longview, TX 75601
CNB employees suited up on October 20th to participate in the “Monsterdash” in Longview. Employees were: Amanda Traywick, Gloria Holland, Krista LeBow, Paige Matlock, Felicia Tatum, Shea Vestal, Lisa Davis, Danny Copeland (not pictured) and Nelwyn Richardson. Thank you to our employees for always going that “extra mile”!
Henderson CNB employees who donated $2 each Friday to wear blue jeans from August 31 to September 28 will be happy to know their money went to a worthy cause. It was recently donated to Henderson’s Wylie Elementary School to restock school uniforms as needed. Thank you to everyone who participated in making this donation possible!
Brad Tidwell, President and CEO of Citizens National Bank (CNB), is pleased to announce that the bank has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase White Oak State Bank (WOSB), from First White Oak Banc Shares, Inc. in White Oak, Texas. WOSB’s main bank is located at 1101 S. White Oak Road, with a full service branch located at 800 Gilmer Road in Longview. This transaction was approved by the boards of both banks and the sale will be complete prior to year end 2012, pending regulatory approval.
Recently celebrating 40 years, White Oak State Bank opened June 5, 1972, and was the ninth banking institution in Gregg County. It serves White Oak, Longview, Gladewater, Gilmer and the surrounding areas and was initially at the intersection of White Oak Road and Old U.S. 80 in a 3,350-square foot building. In May 1980, a new 16,000 square foot two-story building was constructed at 1101 S. White Oak Road and in 2005 underwent a major remodel. It still serves as their corporate headquarters and main bank. Their Longview branch was opened in 1995.
Citizens National Bank is a locally owned, independent, community bank headquartered in Henderson, Texas and has been serving the families and businesses of East Texas since 1930. The two White Oak State Bank branches will be CNB’s 20th and 21st branches.
Gina Moody Burton, Chairperson of White Oak State Bank said, “In an attempt to honor my Dad’s wishes, the Board sought out community banks that mirrored the values that he preached at White Oak State Bank for 30 plus years. We believe in partnering with CNB we will be able to carry on his legacy.” Burton also commented, “White Oak State Bank is looking forward to becoming a part of Citizens National Bank. CNB will definitely be a positive force in the White Oak community just as White Oak State Bank has been the last 40 years. We look forward to being a part of such a long standing, well respected Texas bank.”
Brad Tidwell, President and CEO of Citizens National Bank stated, “This is a very exciting time for Citizens National Bank and we are proud to have the opportunity to acquire such an outstanding bank. Our plan is to continue with the excellent service the officers and employees of White Oak State Bank have offered for the last 40 years.” Tidwell also said, “This acquisition gives CNB a tremendous opportunity to continue to expand our presence in Gregg County. With the recently announced opening of our new 20,000 square foot branch in downtown Longview, CNB will now have six full service Gregg County locations to better serve this dynamic community.”
Congratulations to Linda Fulton!
Linda has been selected as the Employee of the Month for September 2012. She will receive a $50.00 gift card to the local retail store or restaurant of her choice, and will be recognized by the President on the next all-employee conference call. Linda serves as an FSR and Lobby Services Manager at the Tyler Grande location. One of Linda’s nominations said, “For all of us, the centerpiece of our branch is Linda Fulton. Linda’s smile and attitude resounds through our entire branch each and every day. She meets and greets every one that enters our door and she is the smiling face that answers the phone. You can hear her smile in her voice. She treats her co-workers exactly the same way and is always volunteering to do whatever she can to help someone else. She adds a ray of sunshine every day to our location and keeps all the needs of our customers handled and running smoothly in the lobby. We are lucky to have her on our team. She sets the bar pretty high for all of us.”
Thank you for submitting your nominations. Be sure to submit your nomination for the October employee of the month through the intranet suggestion box!
Chapin Miller, Business Banking/Business Development Officer (Spring Hill), was recently awarded the July Ambassador of the Month with the Longview Partnership Chamber of Commerce. Ambassadors are recognized at the Chamber’s monthly membership luncheons. Ambassadors participate in ribbon cuttings, volunteer at Chamber events, and earn points throughout the year for their participation. Great job, Chapin!