CNB Bank Promotes Nedzinski

Drew Nedzinski (Provided photo)

CLEARFIELD – Chris Stott, CNB Bank market president, announced that Drew Nedzinski has recently been promoted to assistant vice president/commercial banking.

Nedzinski leads CNB’s commercial lending division in DuBois, Brockway, Punxsutawney and surrounding markets, playing a significant role in the bank’s larger, more complex commercial loan relationships.

He’s responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with businesses of all sizes including all commercial credit needs.

Nedzinski works from the bank’s DuBois office, located at 1574 Bee Line Hwy., next to the DuBois Mall.

“Drew has excelled at developing commercial relationships by providing expertise of the industry and knowledge of the local market,” said Stott.

“His experience is fundamental when creating the right plan to help customers achieve their goals.”

A native of DuBois, Nedzinski is a 2007 graduate of DuBois Central Catholic. He continued his education at Fairleigh Dickinson University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in business marketing.

Following college, he began his banking career by first working as an assistant branch manager and then as a consumer lending officer in Elk County.

He joined the CNB team in February of 2015 as an assistant commercial lender, serving the Elk County market area. And in 2017 he was promoted to commercial banking officer, serving the bank’s DuBois and Jefferson County market.

He currently resides in DuBois with his wife, Jenna and their daughters, Blair and Bella, and is a member of St. Michael’s Church.

Nedzinski serves on the North Central Regional Planning and Development Commission Loan Review Committee; is a member of the St. Marys Economic Development Corp.; is a board member of the American Red Cross PA Mountains Chapter and the Jefferson County Development Council; and serves as vice president of the Treasure Lake Men’s Golf Association.

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