DERBY — Community National Bank President and CEO Kathy Austin recently announced the promotions of Lori Leonard, Julie Marquis and Billie Jo Wescom from the positions of Office Supervisors to Office Managers.
With this promotion, Leonard, Marquis and Wescom will be Officers of Community National Bank.
Leonard started her career with Community National Bank in January 2000 as a Teller in our St. Johnsbury office.
In 2011, she was promoted to Office Supervisor of the bank’s Federal Street office and in 2014 transferred to the Memorial Drive office as the Office Supervisor. Leonard is a graduate of the Northern New England School of Banking and has taken many business, management and banking classes through Center for Financial Training & Education Alliance (CFTEA).
Leonard is currently a Director of the Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Lyndonville Rotary Club.
“My favorite thing about working for CNB is my customers. I really enjoy working with them and getting to know them,” Leonard said.
Marquis was hired by the bank in March 1997 as a Teller in the Derby Line office.
In 1999, she accepted a position of Teller in the Derby office and then was hired in 2002 to work in the Loan Processing department.
In 2003, Marquis accepted the position of Personal Banker in Derby and in 2009 she was promoted to Office Supervisor of the Troy office.
She is a graduate of the Northern New England School of Banking, and has earned a General Banking Diploma and a Bank Operations Diploma through CFTEA.
She has also taken several business, management and banking classes through CFTEA.
Marquis serves as the Treasurer of the Newport Town Parent Organization, has been involved in Newport Town sports and has been a long time Board member for the Jay Peak Area Chamber of Commerce.
“I have enjoyed getting to meet and help so many different people both inside the bank and throughout the communities we serve,” Marquis said.
Wescom’s career with Community National Bank started in January 2007 when she assumed the title of Office Supervisor of the Morrisville office.
She came to the bank with many years of previous banking experience.
Wescom is a graduate of the Northern New England School of Banking and has taken several business, management and banking classes through CFTEA.
She has been involved with the Morrisville Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and Rocktoberfest.
She also served as a long time Board member for Lamoille County Field Days.
“I love the chance to connect with my community, working to build a strong rapport with our customers and serving as a mentor for my staff,” Wescom said.
Congratulations! Community continues to produce outstanding people.