CNB Promotes Sheehan to SVP & Chief Credit Officer

Central National Bank, a community bank based in Enid, Oklahoma, is pleased to announce the promotion of Tim Sheehan to Senior Vice President and Chief Credit Officer. In his new role, Mr. Sheehan will be responsible for all aspects of credit risk management for the Bank’s loan portfolio, setting loan policy, provide oversight of the underwriting and approval process, and provide credit guidelines to lenders.

Mr. Sheehan has been with Central National Bank since 2010, serving as a Vice President Sheehan,Tim-CNBand Commercial Lender. He has 28 years experience in the banking industry, mainly working in Tulsa. He served in various capacities mostly relating to commercial, oil, and gas lending. CNB’s new SVP is an expert in commercial lending, loans, commercial banking, loan origination, and small business lending.

Mr. Sheehan earned his Bachelors of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Oklahoma.

About Central National Bank
Founded in the 1900s, Central National Bank opened its first office in Enid, Oklahoma. It provides consumer and commercial banking to Oklahomans and has been deeply rooted in the community ever since. Today, Enid has four locations to serve the community, and it also operates five branch sites across the state: Bartlesville, Blackwell, Mooreland, Tulsa, and Woodward. CNB’s newest office is located at Tulsa where the Bank will be key to helping businesses in the area meet their goals by supplying the latest banking technology and products with a personal touch. CNB has lending relationships with customers all across Oklahoma from small businesses to large industrial operations. To learn more about Central National Bank, visit its website at http://cnb-ok.com.

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