Bradford NATIONAL Bank
For Immediate Release
January 23, 2009
Bradford National Bank Recognizes Employees
Greenville - Bradford National Bank recently held its 16th annual employee appreciation dinner at Mabry’s Restaurant in Greenville. Eight employees received recognition for years of service.
Employees recognized for 10 years of service included: Renee Fuller, Gail Meier and Susie Phelps who have been with Bradford National Bank since the Marine facility was first opened. Tom Whalen and Sandy White were also honored for 10 years of service.
Recognized for 15 years of service was loan teller Brenda Kleinik.
Dennis Ennen, who serves the bank as senior vice president and chief lending officer, was recognized for 25 years of service.
Darla Lohman, who serves as the accounting supervisor and assistant cashier, was recognized by the bank for 40 years of service. Over the years, Darla has held a number of positions at the bank and has served as a teller, proof operator, bookkeeper, and computer room operator.
Bradford National Bank president Frank Joy said, “It’s always a great pleasure to recognize our employees for their dedication and hard work. We have a very experienced group of banking professionals that deliver exceptional service to our customers which is vital to our continued success.”
Also during the program, Robert Horsfall was honored with the Friend of Bradford award, an annual award that is presented to a non-employee who has demonstrated outstanding loyalty to the bank. Horsfall has been commissioned by the bank for over 30 years to create an annual original pen and ink drawing. These drawings are made available to the community as prints and calendars, and are used by the bank in a variety of marketing programs. Horsfall was also recognized for his generosity in sharing his artwork with many community organizations and assisting with their fundraising efforts.
President Joy complimented the employees on the many ways they had contributed to the community during 2008, including their efforts to assist with bringing the American Veteran’s Traveling Tribute to the area. He concluded his comments by acknowledging the passing of Board Chairman Roger Riedemann, who had served the bank and the community for over 70 years.
Founded in 1867, Bradford National Bank has provided over 141 years of continuous service to the area. For more information, visit www.bradfordbank.com.