CLEARFIELD – Joseph B. Bower, CNB Bank president and chief executive officer, recently announced the development of a new Online Banking Department to ensure exceptional experiences for customers who desire to open loan and deposit accounts online.
This new solution makes it easy and convenient for customers to open new accounts anywhere or anytime.
Shayne Lumadue will lead the team as the online banking manager. His team consists of Corey Bennett and Leigh Anne McCartney.
In their role as online bankers, Bennett and McCartney oversee all online account opening applications to provide an efficient and exceptional experience for customers.
“We’re pleased to be able to continue to make banking more convenient for our customers,” Bower said. “With Shayne’s leadership, this team will provide quality, personalized service to our online customers so that they can conveniently open accounts no matter the time or location.”
Prior to this position, Lumadue was the residential loan training specialist. He began his career at CNB in 2013 as a seasonal associate, and from there he held the positions of universal associate, deposit training specialist and loan training specialist.
Lumadue is a 2010 graduate of the Philipsburg-Osceola High School and a 2014 graduate of Bucknell University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in cell biology/biochemistry. He’s also a member of the CNB Leadership Institute, class of 2019.
A native of West Decatur, Lumadue now resides in Curwensville with his wife, Alyssa, and newborn daughter, Ellarose. He’s a member of the Calvary Church of God and is active with Charged Ministries and the Salvation Army.
McCartney has been with CNB since 2015. She’s worked in the Loan Servicing and Mortgage Origination departments, and she most recently was a mortgage underwriter.
During her time at CNB, she has completed numerous certificate courses though the American Bankers Association. She currently resides in Grampian with her husband, Jeff and has a daughter, Megan.
McCartney is a Curwensville Area High School graduate and obtained her Associate’s degree in specialized business/administrative medical assistant from DuBois Business College.
Bennett is a 2013 Curwensville Area High School graduate and a 2017 graduate of Lock Haven University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and his Associate’s degree in criminal justice. He recently completed CNB’s Management Training Program.
A native of Curwensville, he resides in Grampian with his wife, Kylie. Bennett is a member of the Zion Baptist Church.