CNB Bank celebrates recent grads

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CNB Bank has sent some of its staffers to the two-year West Virginia Banking School. From left are Nicole Stotler, who recently graduated; Sabrina Rebrook, a first-year student; Lindsey Houle, another recent graduate; and Tracy Lord, a first-year student.

Lindsey Houle and Nicole Stotler of CNB Bank recently graduated from the West Virginia School of Banking in Charleston, W.Va. 

This year’s class had 37 students from across the state. 

The two-year program covers many areas of banking, including financial analysis, leadership and asset quality management, as well as a bank simulation.

Houle has been with CNB Bank for six years and is currently an assistant vice president and branch manager of the Spring Mills office. She volunteers her time with the Martinsburg Centennial Lions Club.

Stotler has been with CNB Bank for 13 years and is currently the finance administrative assistant. She is an active volunteer with Starting Points Mealtime Community Kitchen.

CNB Bank is a full-service bank with assets of more than $350 million dollars. CNB Bank has eight locations in Berkeley and Morgan counties of West Virginia and in  Hagerstown and Hancock, Md.