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Redman Appointed as New Board Member01-Nov-2012
Citizens National Bank board of directors appointed Thomas Redman as a new director at its October 11, 2012 board meeting. Tom is a 1994 graduate of the Eastern Michigan University majoring in Organizational Communications and Business Management, having also studied Journalism from 1986-1988 at Albion College.
Tom grew up in the Indian River, MI area where his family owned and operated Tube Fab, an industrial company which manufactures tubular assemblies for the automotive, diesel, and power sports industries. Tube Fab was established in 1970 and retains 130 employees.
Tom has been the president of Tube Fab for 14 years and in that time the company has purchased competing firms, instituted many new programs and for the past six years holds a record of zero lost time injuries.
Tom and his wife Marla reside in the Wolverine area where they are raising their two children Alex and Casey Jo. They are active members of the Alanson Church of the Nazarene and currently oversee its food pantry/soup kitchen ministry.
“I spent a lot of time away from the area going to school, but I couldn't wait to get back. I think this is an incredible place to live and raise a family, and I feel blessed that I have a job here that allows me to do that,” he stated. On being appointed to the board of directors of Citizens National Bank he said,” I was honored to be asked to join. I have always respected the professional, courteous, and confidential manner in which my business has been treated by Citizens National. I hope my experience in the manufacturing industry will bring beneficial insight to foster growth in our community.”
James C. Conboy Jr., announced his retirement from the boards of both Citizens National Bank and CNB Corporation effective October 31, 2012, his 65th birthday. Jim and his wife, Susan, have resided in Cheboygan since 1972. Jim was with the bank from 1975 to 1977 as in-house counsel and compliance officer, leaving to pursue his legal career with an emphasis on banking law that culminated in his partnership in the Bodman law firm. In 1983 Jim joined the bank’s board of directors and in 1998 he left his law practice to become the president and chief operating officer of the bank. He then served as the bank’s president and chief executive officer from 2004 to 2007 and as senior advisor to management until 2011.
Jim has been a valuable resource to the bank and to the banking industry through his active role in the Michigan Bankers Association throughout his career including his tenure as chairman of the association. In his retirement, Jim is looking forward to spending more time with his family and peddling the beautiful bike trails that he has been so instrumental in bringing to our area. He remains active in community organizations including the Top of Michigan Trails Council, Michigan Trials and Greenway Alliance, the Cheboygan County EDC, and Cheboygan Communities Foundation.
“My time on the board of directors of the bank has witnessed monumental changes in the banking industry, I am confident the board and management are equal to the task of shepparding the bank through these times. The recent additions of Rick Tromble and Tom Redman further that confidence. Lastly, I want to thank the shareholders of CNB for the opportunity of serving on the board these last 29 years.”