White and Schoening Take Leadership at CNB Philipsburg Office

Eric White (Provided photo)

PHILIPSBURG – Greg Dixon, CNB’s market executive, recently announced the promotion of Eric White to community office manager and Dustin Schoening to community office assistant manager of the bank’s office located at 117 E. Presqueisle St., in Philipsburg. 

In these positions, White’s and Schoening’s primary responsibilities are to develop and manage customer relationships and be responsible for the ongoing customer experience at the Presqueisle Street office.

“Eric and Dustin make a great team.  Eric has a naturally positive, can-do attitude that continually exceeds customer expectations each day, and Dustin has a unique background that brings an enhanced understanding of the mortgage process and the customer perspective,” said Dixon. 

“The community of Philipsburg is important to CNB, and we’re proud to offer the residents here such valuable resources for their financial needs.”

White is a 2012 graduate of Clearfield Area High School and a 2015 graduate of Clarion University, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in business management and human resources. 

Dustin Schoening (Provided photo)

He began his career at CNB in January of 2016 as a management trainee. Following completion of the intensive program in June, he obtained the position of community office assistant manager at the bank’s main office in downtown Clearfield. 

The Clearfield native is a member of Centre Grove United Methodist Church and is involved in many events held by local non-profit organizations on behalf of the bank. 

Schoening began his career at CNB in August of 2015 as a mortgage underwriter.

A native of Morrisdale, he is a 1998 graduate of West Branch High School and a 2002 graduate of Penn State University, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a minor in math. 

He later received his technology education degree from Wilkes Barre University. 

Schoening currently resides in Osceola Mills with his wife, Meggan, and daughter, Kendall.  He is a member of Osceola Mills United Methodist Church and volunteers his time by serving on the Heritage Days board of directors and as a Relay for Life team leader. 

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