CNB recognized for 125 years as a national bank

Ed J. Rolfs (middle), chairman emeritus of Central National Bank, accepts a framed certificate recognizing CNB?s 125 years as a nationally charted bank. Present?ing the certificate is Keith Osborne on behalf of the Office of the Comp?trol?ler of the Currency, an independent bureau in Washington, D.C., that regulates and supervises all national banks in the U.S. With Ed J. Rolfs is his son and current CNB CEO and president, Ed C. Rolfs. From its headquarters in Junc?tion City, CNB serves its customers with 34 retail banking branches in 22 communities in Kansas and Nebraska?including Marion and Hillsboro in Marion County. CNB reported strong performance through the first half of 2015 and finished the second quarter with total assets of $886 million. Courtesy photo

Ed J. Rolfs (middle), chairman emeritus of Central National Bank, accepts a framed certificate recognizing CNB?s 125 years as a nationally charted bank. Present?ing the certificate is Keith Osborne on behalf of the Office of the Comp?trol?ler of the Currency, an independent bureau in Washington, D.C., that regulates and supervises all national banks in the U.S. With Ed J. Rolfs is his son and current CNB CEO and president, Ed C. Rolfs. From its headquarters in Junc?tion City, CNB serves its customers with 34 retail banking branches in 22 communities in Kansas and Nebraska?including Marion and Hillsboro in Marion County. CNB reported strong performance through the first half of 2015 and finished the second quarter with total assets of $886 million.

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