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Clearfield Bank & Trust Announces Name Change (September, 2016)

CBT Financial Corp. announces the name change of its wholly owned subsidiary, Clearfield Bank & Trust Company to CBT Bank.  The new name signifies growth and prosperity while maintaining the same values and integrity upon which the Bank was founded in 1902.   CBT Bank celebrates a fresh approach to serving our communities and provides a brand that can be utilized in multiple markets as the Bank becomes more regionalized.     

The Bank is not making any other significant changes and will remain an independent community bank.  There are no changes in the existing employee base or the Board of Directors as a result of the name change.   Furthermore, the name change will have virtually no impact on our customers.  Account numbers will not be changed and debit cards and checks issued under Clearfield Bank & Trust will continue to be viable.

“We are excited about what’s happening at our Bank.  Our growth and expansion could not be possible without our dedicated employees, loyal customers and committed shareholders,” stated Mike Bibak, President & CEO.  “We will never forget the bank’s past and the roots which laid the foundation for the Bank.  Now, as CBT Bank, we enter a new era of commitment to the communities we serve.” 

Bibak further stated, “At CBT Bank, we get it. And because of that we have the ability to respond to your needs and make decisions quickly resulting in the best experience for our customers.”   

Donations Made to Local Food Banks (September, 2016)

In the Banks continuing efforts to help people in need, CBT Bank has donated a total of $9,500 across ten different food banks, throughout the counties they serve. Below are photos of CBT Bank employees presenting checks to some of the area food banks.

Robin Clark, from the Clearfield County Food Bank, accepts a donation from Kathy Jacobson, CBT Bank Community Office Manager.

Jim Norwood and John Miller, from the DuBois Area Ministerial Food Pantry accept a donation from Pam Walsh, CBT Bank Community Office Manager

Robin Knepp, from the Philipsburg Food Bank, accepts a donation from Jim Richtscheit, CBT Bank Community Office Manager.

Linda Smith, from the Martinsburg Food Bank, accepts a donation from Cindy Brumbaugh, CBT Bank Community Office Manager.

Carol Pioli, from the State College Food Bank, accepts a donation from  Jim Kane, CBT Bank Community Office Manager.