New to CNB Bank & Trust are three local banking officers: Brian Ury, Shannon Scheffel, and Bill Vogt. The three have spent their entire careers as community bankers, serving their local communities. Now that they have joined CNB, they intend to continue in the community banking spirit. “Community banking is about serving the needs of the customer and the community,” Ury said. “Customers want to work with people they know, and that know them. They want to know the
bankers they work with can make decisions that will satisfy their needs in a timely manner.”

Ury, Scheffel and Vogt have worked together for many years, and are excited to have joined CNB where they know they can continue to serve their customers in the special manner they always have. Ury commented, “I have worked side-by-side with Shannon and Bill for many years, and the absolute thing I know is that we are all community bankers at heart. We all work very hard to exceed the needs of our customers. We hope our customers feel spoiled. That is the true essence of a community bank, and here at CNB, I know we will be able to do just that - satisfy the needs of our customers and spoil them in the process.”

CNB is a community bank headquartered out of Carlinville, Illinois, with a deep heritage of serving the needs of communities throughout Central Illinois since 1854. Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Banking Officer, Andrew Tinberg, stated: “At CNB we have worked tirelessly to establish a culture of consistently providing our customers superior quality service designed to earn repeat business. I couldn’t be more pleased to add Brian, Shannon and Bill to our team. Their proven commitment to the customer and to community banking, is second to none.”

These veteran bankers bring 91 combined years of experience to CNB. Ury is a 32-year banking veteran, who spent the past 19 years as Senior Lender at First National Bank Staunton, overseeing lending functions. Ury’s new role at CNB will be Market President for the new Edwardsville office. Scheffel, a 15-year banking professional, has served the past seven years as Bethalto Branch Manager for FNB Staunton. Scheffel will join Ury to launch the new Edwardsville office for CNB. Vogt is a 44-year banking veteran, who has spent the past 15 years as the Mt. Olive Branch Manager for FNB Staunton. Vogt will be located at CNB’s Litchfield branch.