Representatives of the Joseph & Elizabeth Shaw Public Library recently accepted a $4,000 donation from Clearfield Bank & Trust for the Public Access Computer Replacement Project. The seven public access computers will be replaced in the first quarter of 2014. The project supports Information and Financial Literacies of the PA Forward Pennsylvania Libraries Initiative.
Pictured from left: Library trustees Jodi Addleman, Susan Young, and Valerie Dixon; library director, Paula Collins; and Kathy Jacobson, Clearfield Bank & Trust.
Cleafield Bank & Trust made a $2,000 donation this holiday season to the Huntingdon Salvation Army Kettle Drive. Accepting the check from Huntingdon Community Office Manager, Jacki Confer is Major Vernon Dolby.
Clearfield Bank and Trust Company is a consistent supporter of the CenClear Giving Tree Project, which provides holiday season gifts of toys, clothing and other items to children enrolled in agency programs. Jerry McKinney, Assistant Vice-President and Community Office Manager for Clearfield Bank and Trust Company, presents a check for $2,000 to Tammy Sipes, CenClear Assistant Executive Director. Seated, from left, is Tonia Bush, Health/Safety/Nutrition Coordinator and Lori Love, Team Leader.
Clearfield Bank & Trust recently conducted a Bag-a-Buck promotion in which they gave away prizes to two lucky winners.
Pictured is Lee Shultz III of Huntingdon who was the winner of the $250 Gift Card from Bob's Army & Navy. Presenting Mr. Shultz with the gift certificate is Huntingdon Office Assistant Community Office Manager, Cory Focht.
Pictured is Robert Peters of Clearfield who was the winner of $250 Gift Certificate from Jim's Sports Center. Presenting Mr. Peters with the certificate is Main Office Community Office Manager, Kathy Jacobson.
Clearfield Bank and Trust has collectively donated $4,500 to nine different local food banks, throughout the counties they serve, in its continuing efforts to help people in need. These food banks provide food and other basic necessities to low and moderate income families and individuals.
“We are very happy to provide these contributions to our local food banks,” said Bill Wood, President & CEO of Clearfield Bank and Trust. “They play an important part in many lives and our donations will allow them to provide additional food and services to a great many of our neighbors and friends during the holiday season.” Many of these local food banks are located in churches or facilities belonging to other organizations who generously donate their time, effort and services.
Bill Wood stated “We believe that for our own business to be a success, you need to help and support organizations within the communities you serve."
William E. Wood, Chairman, President and CEO of Clearfield Bank & Trust Company, announced that Harold Baker has been promoted to Vice President. Mr. Baker began his Financial Services career in 1983 holding positions of Regional V. P. Investment Sales Manager and Financial Consultant/Team Leader before joining Clearfield Bank & Trust in 2006 as a Financial Consultant. Mr. Baker is Program Manager for Financial Services, a division of Clearfield Bank & Trust Company.
Mr. Baker is a graduate of Northern Cambria High School and attended Frederick & Macomb Community College. Harold is registered as a General Securities Representative, General Securities Principal, Registered Investment Advisor and holds Accident & Health, Life & Fixed Annuities and Variable Life/Variable Annuities License. Mr. Baker has also received numerous employment related awards, including the Sale to Success Award of Excellence and has twice been awarded the Presidents Club Award for Sorrento Pacific Financial, LLC.
Mr. Baker's Community Involvement includes Member of Village Council and Mayor of a previous Community. He has also served as an user and has served on various church boards. Harold resides in Treasure Lake with his wife, Patricia. They have two grown children and two grandchildren.
Clearfield Bank & Trust Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of CBT Financial Corp, headquartered in Clearfield, PA, operates 14 community offices throughout Bedford, Blair, Centre, Clearfield and Huntingdon counties. For consumers and businesses, the Bank provides a variety of deposit accounts, affordable loans, online banking and trust services.
Pictured(left to right); Gary O’Kom, Huntingdon Co. Commissioner; John Soult, Jr., Clearfield Bank & Trust Board of Director; Kevin McMillen, Clearfield Bank & Trust Board of Director; John Eichelberger, Jr, State Senator; Bill Wood, Clearfield Bank & Trust Chairman, President & CEO; John Campbell, PW Campbell Principal; Doyland Gladfelter, Smithfield Township Supervisor; Charlie Sachs, PW Campbell Project Manager; Robb Ritchey, Clearfield Bank & Trust Vice President & Retail Banking Manager; Amy Wise, Huntingdon County Business and Industry Executive Director; Marlene Sample, Clearfield Bank & Trust Board of Director; Jackie Confer, Clearfield Bank & Trust Assistant Vice President & Community Office Manager; Peggi Brown, Legislative Aide for State Representative Mike Fleck; Jeff Thomas, Huntingdon Co. Commissioner; Judy Mitchell, Clearfield Bank & Trust Senior Vice President & COO; and Michael Balchin, Huntingdon County Chamber Membership Director.
William E. Wood, Chairman, President & CEO of Clearfield Bank & Trust Co., is pleased to announce the Bank held a ground breaking event on Friday August 23, 2013 for a new branch office in Huntingdon. Local dignitaries and community leaders along with contractors joined several employees of the Bank as they ceremoniously turned the soil to start the construction of the new facility. The new 3,638 square foot office will be constructed at 9585 William Penn Hwy, Huntingdon; it will replace Clearfield Bank & Trust’s current location at the Huntingdon Plaza.
Slated for completion by the end of 2013, the new full service facility will be staffed to allow Clearfield Bank & Trust to meet all of the needs of the community. The Office will incorporate innovative cash recyclers to aid tellers with customer transactions as well as a new ATM and lobby coin counter. A highly qualified staff will be available for all of your banking needs. Representatives from CBT Financial & Trust Management, a division of the Bank, will also be available to offer a complete line of investment and trust services.
For over 110 years Clearfield Bank & Trust has provided local communities with the banking services they need, and the caring, knowledgeable staff they deserve. Mr. Wood stated, “We are excited to be expanding our business in Huntingdon and making this investment in the community. Since coming here in 2005, we have found this to be a great place to live and work with outstanding businesses and people. We look forward to many more years of assisting customers with their financial needs in our new facility."
PW Campbell, a family-owned and operated planning, design coordination, and construction management company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was awarded the contract to design and build the new facility.
Clearfield Bank and Trust Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of CBT Financial Corp, headquartered in Clearfield, PA, operates 14 community offices throughout Bedford, Blair, Centre, Clearfield and Huntingdon Counties. For consumers and businesses, the Bank provides a variety of deposit accounts, affordable loans, online banking and trust services.