Bradford NATIONAL Bank
For Immediate Release
May 8, 2008
Bradford National Bank Recognizes Employees
Greenville -Bradford National Bank recognized 12 employees at its 15th annual employee appreciation dinner. This year’s celebration was held January 26th at the Mabry’s Restaurant in Greenville
Several employees were recognized for five years of service, including: Kristina Kuhl, Amber Turley, Shirley Landers, Janet Renko and Dennis Rinderer.
Recognized for 10 years of service were Rhoda Gipson, Clarice Reitz, Marlene File, Karen Blankenship and Angie Kapp.
Recognized for 35 years of service was Assistant Cashier Lola Horsfall. Horsfall currently serves as the executive administrative assistant to the president. In her career at the bank, she has served in nearly every department of the bank including client services, accounting, lending and information technology.
Bradford National Bank president Frank Joy said, “2007 was a tremendous year for the bank as we celebrated our 140th anniversary in Greenville and our five year anniversary in Highland. We are very pleased to honor so many excellent employees who have dedicated many years to serving our customers at the bank. It is through the hard work, knowledge and experience of our staff that make us an exceptional community bank.”
Mike Ennen, who serves as a credit analyst and loan review officer for the bank, was promoted to Assistant Vice President at Bradford National Bank. Ennen, who has worked primarily in the loan department of the bank, has a Master of Business Administration degree from Eastern Illinois University. He is also an honors graduate from the Midwest School of Community Banking sponsored by the Community Bankers Association of Illinois.
Joy said, “Mike has proven to be a valuable addition to our staff in the short time he has been with us. With this promotion, Mike will be taking on additional responsibilities in financial management for the bank, while continuing his duties in loan review and credit analysis.”
Bradford National Bank was founded in 1867.