CNB Promotes Grice to Information Technology Branch Project Officer

2/23/2018
 

Grice-2108.jpgJoseph B. Bower, Jr., President and CEO of CNB Bank, announced the promotion of Tom Grice to the position of Information Technology (IT) Branch Project Officer.
 
In his new position, Mr. Grice will keep all branch technology up to date and ensure all equipment is functioning and running smoothly at the 41 branch locations throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York. He will also oversee the implementation of all technology within new branch builds and acquisitions. In addition, Tom will manage CNB’s ATM network and support the installation of our security systems.
 
“Over the years, Tom has done an outstanding job managing technology tasks internally and he’s definitely found his niche in coordinating and implementing technology in our branch locations. His knowledge and ability to find solutions, combined with always going above and beyond make him a great asset to the team,” said Mr. Bower. 
 
A native of Clearfield, Tom graduated from Clearfield Area High School in 1984 and later went on to DuBois Business College and Old Dominion University. Tom is a member of the Tri-County Church of Clearfield and the St. Francis Roman Catholic Church. He has two children, Raquel and Josie. Prior to his promotion, Tom was a Systems Administrator and later a Network Administration Officer at CNB Bank. Tom has been with CNB since 2003.
 
Based on strong, traditional values, CNB Bank is dedicated to being the premier financial services provider in the area, focused on the changing needs of people and business in our communities by providing the highest quality service.  

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