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CNB Bank & Trust Hires Greg Paetow

CNB Bank & Trust, N.A., headquartered in Carlinville, announces the employment of Greg Paetow as Vice President of Business Development to work from our new, Palos Heights Banking Center located at 12727 S. Ridgeland opening in Spring 2014.  CNB currently has a banking center in Oak Forest at 5459 W. 159th Street. 

 

 “We’re extremely pleased Greg has agreed to join our team of community bankers in Palos Heights,” said Andrew Tinberg, Regional President of CNB.  “Greg’s commitment to community banking is second to none and his contribution to Palos is legendary”, said Tinberg.

 

“With Greg Paetow, Bob Straz and Tom Jelinek working from our Palos facility, we feel we have assembled as strong a team of community bankers as can be found in Chicago’s Southland,” Tinberg states.

            “I am very excited to be back in community banking.  Community bankers focus their attention on the needs of local families and small and medium size businesses.  We excel at giving the customer service that is so lacking at larger backs with big bureaucratic structures” said Paetow.

 

Greg has been a community banker since 1976 and is the former President of Palos Bank and Trust.  He is a past president of the Orland Park Rotary club and is a Paul Harris Fellow.  Greg has served on many local and community organizations including the board of Palos Community Hospital, St. Coletta’s of Illinois, the Palos Advisory Board and the Palos Heights Chamber of Commerce.

 

CNB Bank & Trust has 13 locations to better serve you, Alton, Brighton, Carlinville, Carrollton, Clayton-MO, Hillsboro, Jacksonville, Jerseyville, Oak Forest, Palos Heights, Pittsfield, Shipman, and Taylorville.  CNB offers a wide variety of traditional banking services, including numerous deposit accounts, along with commercial and consumer loans. For more information about CNB or its many banking services, please visit our website at www.cnbil.com, or call our Oak Forest facility at 708-535-8905.

 

CNB Bank & Trust – Member FDIC and Illinois’ Oldest Bank, Established in 1854.




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