Stahlman and Thorp Graduate from CNB Bank Management Training Program

Marian Stahlman and Jason Thorp (Provided photo)

CLEARFIELD – Joseph B. Bower Jr., president and chief executive officer of CNB Bank, is pleased to announce that Marian Stahlman and Jason Thorp have successfully graduated from the CNB Bank Management Training Program.

The program was developed to provide each participant with the knowledge of CNB’s banking fundamentals and consists of both in-house classroom and on-the-job learning experiences.

Trainees are assigned time in every department of the bank to observe and serve in various capacities, thus acquiring a working knowledge of various operations and management styles. This structured program typically lasts for a period of six months.

“The experience gained through the Management Training Program has given Marian and Jason a solid foundation of CNB’s processes and culture,” Bower said.

“I am confident this training has built the groundwork to continue to work hard to exceed our customers’ expectations in their new roles.”

Stahlman began her career at CNB Bank in August of 2017 as an associate at the Philipsburg, Presqueisle Street community office, and entered the management training program in 2018.

Following the completion of the Management Training Program, she received the position of secured lending specialist.

In this role, Stahlman prepares the documents necessary to complete the loan process by ordering and reviewing appraisals, construction funding and environmental and feasibility studies.

She oversees the process from start to finish to ensure a timely, seamless process for customers.

A native of Coalport, Stahlman is a 2012 graduate of Glendale Junior-Senior High School.  In 2016 she graduated Cum Laude from Indiana University of Pennsylvania where she received dual Bachelor of Science degrees in human resource management and general business management and also a minor in economics.

Stahlman volunteers her time and talents as an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

Thorp began his career at CNB in June of 2018.  Following his completion of the Management Training program, he received the position of community office assistant manager at the DuBois office located at 1574 Bee Line Hwy.

In this role, Thorp’s primary responsibilities will be to develop and manage customer relationships and for the ongoing customer experience.

A native of Grampian, Thorp is a 2014 graduate of Curwensville Area High School and a 2018 graduate of Thiel College where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, management and human resources management.

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