Cortney Ruble, a part time teller at the CNB Chandler branch, (as well as a full time student) has headed up the contributions to Operation Christmas Child. This year, the Chandler branch doubled its efforts from last year by donating 12 boxes. Operation Christmas Child gives shoe boxes filled with gifts to needy children around the world and helps in leading them to Jesus Christ. The program is operated by Samaritan’s Purse, a non-denominational, evangelical Christian outreach program. If you would like more information on how you can donate, visit www.samaritanspurse.org. Thank you Cortney for your hard work in coordinating this!
Tyler Grande Branch Manager Sheila Dixon and Vice President/Lender Sandra Browning co-chaired the event “Bras for the Cause” that took place recently in Tyler at Hollytree Country Club. Sheriff J. B. Smith served as auctioneer and some local fireman modeled the “bras for the cause”. The event raised over $32,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, American Cancer Society and Women’s Council of Realtors. Sheila Dixon said, “It was a lot of hard work, but a lot of fun and we raised a great amount of money for such a worthy cause.” CNB is very proud of these ladies and all the employees who volunteered and attended this event!
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”!
CNB’s Tyler Grande branch participated in a clay shoot on Oct. 4, 2012 at Rose City Flying Clays, Tyler, Texas to benefit Tyler Area Builders Association. CNB Grande team won with a 421 score. Mark Dixon won high over all with a score of 96. CNB had two teams in the tournament, Phil Smith and Terry Tyson manned the other team. Pictured is Sheila Dixon’s winning team! Pictured L to R are: Kerry Hamblett, Barry Hamblett, Mark Dixon, Sheila Dixon, James Wilson and Ken Dietz.
A ribbon cutting with the Longview Partnership Chamber of Commerce has been scheduled for the new Downtown Longview Convenience Center and Drive Thru at 201 N. Green Street on Wed., November 7th at 11:00 a.m. Jackie Moseley will serve as the Branch Manager with Orlando Valle as the new Assistant Manager.
Refreshments will be served at the convenience center following the ribbon cutting.
Congratulations to Trassie Clampitt, who was selected as CNB’s Employee of the Month for October! She will receive a $50 gift card to the local retail store or restaurant of her choice, and will be recognized by President Brad Tidwell on the next all-employee conference call. Trassie serves in our Deposit Operations department at the main bank in Henderson. Some of the things Trassie’s nominator said were, “Trassie always goes the mile. Even when her husband had his accident, you might find her here at 6:00 in the morning doing her work…”, ”very instrumental…”, “She works hard to protect the bank from losses due to debit card fraud…”, “always willing to take on additional jobs…”.
WAY TO GO TRASSIE!
Kilpatrick Life Insurance Company and Citizens National Bank (CNB) are pleased to announce that a multi-year lease has been signed by CNB to occupy the Kilpatrick Life Insurance Company building at 200 N. Fredonia located in downtown Longview. Kilpatrick is eager to have a bank return to the building and both organizations are looking forward to adding to the growth and revitalization of downtown Longview.
Brad Tidwell, President & CEO of CNB stated, “Everyone at Citizens National Bank is very excited about the opportunity to open the downtown Longview branch. Our expansion and new presence downtown will allow Citizens to have a much larger footprint geographically and we will be able to serve Longview better than ever before. We greatly appreciate the significant investment that Kilpatrick is making along with CNB to the building. Without them this new venture would not be possible.”
“Kilpatrick Life Insurance Company is delighted that Citizens National Bank has chosen the Kilpatrick Life Building in Longview as its newest location,” said J. Brian Morrison, President and CEO. “I think it speaks volumes when a bank like Citizens chooses to bring 25 new jobs to downtown Longview.” Kilpatrick Life Insurance Company was founded in 1932 and has $1 billion of in-force insurance.
Kilpatrick and Citizens are making a significant investment in the building, with renovations to the basement, first and second floors, as well as the parking garage, exterior of the main building and drive-thru convenience center. CNB will lease almost 20,000 square feet of total space.
CNB anticipates opening the drive-thru convenience center, located at the intersection of Methvin and Green Streets, by November 1, 2012, with the main bank slated to open by April 1, 2013. CNB currently serves Longview with branches located at 3412 N. 4th Street @ Hawkins Parkway, 5001 Estes Parkway in Lakeport and 3600 Gilmer Road in Spring Hill.
CNB anticipates employing a staff of approximately 25 at their newest Longview location. This location will also be the home of CNB’s Longview Trust Department. Both Kilpatrick and CNB are committed to Longview and its continued growth.
Corsicana’s College Park branch is having a BLUE OUT today for the big game tonight (Sept. 20th) against the Waxahachie Indians. The game will be televised on KTXN Channel 21 out of Dallas. Dan Owen, branch manager said, “Just wanted to let you guys see what the AWESOME team at College Park did this week (today) for the big televised game tonight. It’s Blue Out in Corsicana today and I want to commend/recognize my group at College Park for an outstanding job they did. Still think I have one of the best teams in the bank.” GO TIGERS!!!
President & CEO, Brad Tidwell, along with other CNB employees, presented a check for $2,000 to Henderson Interchurch Ministry, a non-profit organization that helps the less fortunate with things such as utility bills, and groceries from their food pantry. Thanks to all the employees who donated $2 each Friday to wear jeans and make this well deserved donation possible!