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The latest news and updates from Community National Bank, Vermont.

At the beginning of February some of our e-statement customers received paper statements. If you’re an e-statement customer who received a paper statement you will not be charged a paper statement fee and do not need to sign up again for e-statements. Your next statement will be delivered electronically. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Derby, VT - Stephen P. Marsh, Chairman, President and CEO of Community Bancorp. and Community National Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of  Kathryn (Kathy) M. Austin to Chief Operating Officer of Community National Bank.

Kathy has worked at Community National Bank for over 34 years, most recently as Executive Vice President of Community Bancorp. and Community National Bank responsible for Retail Banking. In July 2012, the Directors of Community Bancorp. unanimously voted Kathy on to the Bancorp. Board.  At the May 2013 annual shareholders’ meeting, she was elected to continue to serve as a Director until 2015. Kathy is a graduate of both the New England School of Banking at Williams College as well as the Stonier Graduate School of Banking. In 2003, she received the Outstanding Community Banker Award presented by the Vermont Bankers Association. Kathy currently serves as Board Chair of North Country Health Systems. Kathy and her husband Shawn reside in Morgan.  

Community National Bank is an independent bank that has been serving its communities since 1851, with offices located in Derby, Derby Line, Island Pond, Barton, Newport, Troy, St. Johnsbury, Montpelier, Barre, Lyndonville, Morrisville and Enosburg Falls. For more information about Community National Bank visit the bank’s Web site, www.communitynationalbank.com.

Jay, VT—Community National Bank (CNB) Troy Office Supervisor Julie Willis recently presented Kim Lucier with CNB’s Community Service Award. This award was developed by the bank to recognize the “unsung heroes” that make our communities better places to work and live.

Kim has been the Volunteer Director of the Jay Area Community Food Shelf for the past 13 years. She has donated countless hours stocking shelves, delivering food, raising funds and carrying out all administrative duties for the food shelf which serves five communities. Seeing a need for clothing, Kim started accepting items that donors are willing to share. During the holidays she arranges and delivers baskets of food to area families.

When asked about volunteering in the community Kim commented “The Jay Area Food Shelf fills a need for several individuals and families in our small rural communities. We receive strong support from our local municipalities, businesses,  charitable organizations and individuals that recognize the need for a food shelf in the Jay area.”

To celebrate Kim’s commitment and dedication, we are proud to present her with Community National Bank’s Community Service Award for the third quarter of 2014.

CNB’s Community Service Award honors and recognizes our recipients by making a $500.00 contribution to a local, non-profit organization of the recipient’s choice. Kim has requested that her donation be made to the Jay Area Community Food Shelf.  The food shelf is open on Thursdays from 9:00a.m. to noon. For more information about the food shelf or how to donate please visit www.jayvt.com. To nominate an “unsung hero” in your community, please visit your local CNB office or visit our Web site at communitynationalbank.com to complete a nomination form.Community National Bank has been serving Vermont communities since 1851 with 14 office locations throughout Vermont in Derby, Barre, Barton, Derby Line, Enosburg Falls, Island Pond, Lyndonville, Montpelier, Morrisville, Newport, St. Johnsbury and Troy.

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Lyndonville, VT - Community National Bank Broad Street Office Manager Mary Marceau recently presented Cheryl McMahon with CNB’s Community Service Award. This award was developed by the bank in 1996 to recognize the “unsung heroes” that make our communities better places to work and live.

Cheryl has donated countless hours to the Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce serving as Secretary and Chairperson of the Events Committee. She plays a crucial role in organizing the Stars n’ Stripes Festival, The Snowflake Festival and Santa Comes to Lyndonville. She is part of the Kirby Quilter organization and a Caledonia County Fair volunteer. She has worked with a group called “Take Charge” which was created to help improve Kirby’s economic development. Cheryl’s peers describe her as “grace under pressure”.  When asked about volunteering in the community Cheryl commented, “It’s important to me to give back to make our community a better place to live”.

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St. Johnsbury, VT—Community National Bank St. Johnsbury Offices Manager Michelle Langtange recently presented Peggy Pearl with CNB’s Community Service Award. This award was developed by the bank to recognize the “unsung heroes” that make our communities better places to work and live.

Peggy has donated countless hours to the St. Johnsbury History and Heritage Center. Her passion to share the unique history of St. Johnsbury with the community has motivated her to find a home for the organization and the historical collection. Peggy writes monthly historical newspaper articles and conducts educational programs for area school children. She is committed to preserving, educating and celebrating the history and heritage of the community.

Peggy actively serves on several local boards including Ben’s Mill, St. Johnsbury Cemetery Association and St. Johnsbury House Bicentennial Committee and is a Corporator of Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital.

To celebrate Peggy’s commitment and dedication, we are proud to present her with Community National Bank’s Community Service Award for the second quarter of 2014. CNB’s Community Service Award honors and recognizes our recipients by making a $500.00 contribution to a local, non-profit organization of the recipient’s choice. Peggy has requested that her donation be made to the St. Johnsbury History and Heritage Center.

To nominate an “unsung hero” in your community, please visit your local CNB office or visit our Web site at communitynationalbank.com to complete a nomination form.

Community National Bank has been serving Vermont communities since 1851 with 14 office locations throughout Vermont in Derby, Barre, Barton, Derby Line, Enosburg Falls, Island Pond, Lyndonville, Montpelier, Morrisville, Newport, St. Johnsbury and Troy.