London Retires from CNB After Nearly 31 Years

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CLEARFIELD – Co-workers and friends recently extended best wishes and gratitude to Patty London, who has retired after nearly 31 years at CNB Bank.

London began her banking career with CNB in February of 1988.  At the start of her career, she gained experience by holding positions in credit card processing, loan processing and payroll.

However, London has spent the last 29 years as an integral member in the collections department.

She has earned many banking diplomas from the Pennsylvania Banker’s Association/Professional Development Network (PBA/PDN).

These include Residential Mortgage Lending, Business Banking and Commercial Lending, Consumer Banking, General Banking, Personal Banking, Consumer Lending, Bank Operations, Banking & Finance and Retail Branch Management diplomas.

“Patty brought her specialized expertise and positive attitude to the bank every day and helped create a great customer experience,” stated Joe Bower, president and chief executive officer of CNB Bank.

“Along with the entire organization, I have appreciated knowing and working with Patty and we wish her the very best in retirement.”

A native of Clearfield, London is a graduate of Clearfield Area High School.  She currently resides in DuBois with her husband.  They have two children and four grandchildren.

She has volunteered her time over the years with March of Dimes and the American Red Cross.

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