Be sure to stop by our Tyler branch at 2217 W Grande Blvd for treats and refreshments. The branch hours today are from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
We hope to see you there!
Marcella Lawless is retiring today after 37 years in banking, 18 of which were spent at Citizens National Bank. A retirement reception was held in her honor today, Thursday, July 31st, at the Waskom Branch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Congratulations on such a lengthy banking career and best wishes on a very happy retirement Marcella! You will be missed!
Be sure to stop by either one of our Citizens National Bank branches in Corsicana this Thursday, July 3rd for a FREE hot dog and drink from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.!
Both branches will be kicking off the 4th of July weekend with a Customer Appreciation Day. Addresses are 400 W. Collin Street (Downtown) and 3590 W. 7th Avenue.
We hope to see you there!
Huntsville High School graduate, Justin Gilbert, was picked 8th overall as a Corner Back for the Cleveland Browns in the latest NFL draft from Oklahoma State University. Huntsville is very proud of their native son!
Read the article featured in the Huntsville Item online: http://www.itemonline.com/sports/x1985488577/Cleveland-rocks-Former-Huntsville-Hornet-drafted-by-Browns
(Photo courtesy of espn.com)
On Saturday, April 5th, Marcus Payne, Branch Manager in Huntsville, and his staff, participated in and sponsored the Pregnancy Care Center’s “Walk for Life”, which raised over $8,000. The Pregnancy Care Center is a non-profit ministry devoted to providing emotional support and personal concern during pregnancy and beyond.
Please join us for a FREE TAILGATE PARTY just prior to kickoff tonight, Friday, Nov. 1st, in Henderson as the Lions take on the Kilgore Bulldogs! Citizens National Bank will be having a FREE Hot Dog Supper at the Middle School Practice Field from 5:30-7:00 p.m. Bring the family! GO LIONS!!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to help raise that awareness, CNB has invited The Breast Center at Good Shepherd Medical Center’s Mobile Mammography Unit to our Tatum branch on Friday, October 25th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 4300 State Highway 149 North. The cash price is $99 or you may file on your insurance.
The Mobile Breast Center will be located to the side of the bank on Beauregard Street. Please call GSMC ahead of time to reserve your appointment at (903) 315-2130.
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 East Texas National Bank (ETNB) in Palestine, Texas. ETNB’s main bank is located at 207 West Spring Street, with two full service branches located in Huntsville and Mexia. This transaction was approved by the boards of both banks and the closing is tentatively scheduled for June 2013, pending regulatory approval.
Brad Tidwell stated, “East Texas National Bank was chartered in 1911 in Palestine and has 102 years of deep East Texas roots, which is a great fit for Citizens National Bank, considering our 83 year history here in East Texas,” Tidwell continued, “Citizens National Bank is very excited to have the opportunity to acquire such an outstanding, conservative bank with values that mirror those of Citizens National Bank.” Cliff Bomer, President of East Texas National Bank said, “East Texas National Bank has been the cornerstone of banking in our area for generations. We are proud that we will be a part of a bank that will help us to continue to serve our customers for generations to come.”
East Texas National Bank has $150 million in assets as well as $65 million in assets under management in their trust department. After the purchase of ETNB, Citizens National Bank will have $1.2 billion in assets and 24 branches throughout East and Central Texas. The combined Trust Departments will have over $350 million in assets under management. 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.
An “Invention Convention” was held at The Brook Hill School recently in Bullard. Third grade students had the opportunity to share with parents and teachers about the inventor that they researched and the invention that they created by looking for problems to solve in their own homes. CNB’s Beth Parsons and Claire McNabb were on hand to hand out treasure chests to students that were made by the Grande branch teller staff. Branch Manager Sheila Dixon said it is a very worthwhile event that Citizens was invited back to this year and she thanked Susan Boles, Nereyda Valle and Andres Diaz for their hard work on the chests. (photo courtesy of tylerpaper.com)