At the annual shareholders meeting of City National Bank (CNB), the Board of Directors approved and announced the promotions of Jared Quint, Doris Puckett, Van Aldridge and Christi Summers.

Quint has been promoted to senior vice president. Quint has been with CNB for 12 years, holding the positions of loan officer, security officer and vice president.

He earned a Bachelor of Science from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale with a double major in finance and marketing and a Master of Business Administration from Murray State University.

“Jared has grown into his leadership role at CNB over the last 12 years. His experience and dedication to CNB have served him well and we are pleased to announce this next step in his career,” said President Thomas F. Mittendorf.

Doris Puckett has been promoted to vice president of operations and bookkeeping.

Puckett has worked with CNB for over 27 years, starting as a teller and later moving into the Operations Department.

She earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and in 2017 earned certification as an Accredited Automated Clearing House Professional with NACHA — the Electronic Payments Association.

“Doris has been a great team member over the last 27 years. We are thankful for the expertise she continues to build through continued learning and her eagerness to excel at what she does,” said Senior Vice President Thomas Oster.

Van Aldridge has been promoted to vice president. He has over 30 years of IT experience in the financial industry. Aldridge joined CNB from Computer Services, Inc. of Paducah where he most recently worked as a professional services engineer.

“We were thrilled to add Van to our team this year, and we continue to be thankful for the experience and knowledge he brings to CNB,” said Mittendorf.

Christi Summers has been promoted to compliance assistant.

Summers has been with CNB for nearly nine years with close to 18 years of banking experience.

She has an Associate of Arts from Paducah Community College and graduated from the Compliance School of Training.

“Christi has been with us for nearly nine years and is a great addition to our compliance team. This is an area of banking which is very important in day-to-day operations, and I know Christi will use her experience and expertise to continue to help us remain compliant,” said Vice President Chrissy Mescher.

CNB, established in 1907, is a community bank located in Massac County. CNB serves the surrounding areas by offering banking services to individuals, families, businesses and farmers from its two Metropolis locations.

The bank has assets in excess of $380 million and is insured by the FDIC.

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