Cornerstone Bank announces officer promotions

YORK — The Board of Directors of Cornerstone Bank has announced the promotions of the following officers in York, at their recent meeting:

Amy Meyer was promoted to Assistant Vice-President/Manager York Tellers at Cornerstone Bank. She started with Cornerstone Bank in 2004 and was named Manager York Tellers in June of 2021. Amy and her husband, Richard, reside in York and have two grown children and five grandchildren.

Diane Chrisman was promoted to Vice-President/Vault Manager for Cornerstone Bank in York. Chrisman is responsible for allocating all cash to Cornerstone Bank tellers at all 46 locations, as well as the preparation of currency and silver for the armored car service.  She has worked at Cornerstone Bank since 1995 and was named Assistant Vice President and Vault Manager in April of 2022.  She and her husband, Kent, have three grown children and live in rural York.

Danielle Cox was promoted to Vice-President/Depositor Services at Cornerstone Bank in York. She started with Cornerstone in September of 2014 and was named Assistant Vice-President/Depositor Services in January of 2017. She earned her Business Administration Degree from Doane College. Danielle and her husband, Jerry, live in Henderson and have two daughters.

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Cornerstone Bank is a $2.6 billion bank and has 47 banking locations in 38 communities along with 19 insurance agency locations.  Cornerstone has branches in the following Nebraska communities: Albion, Ashton, Aurora, Bartlett, Beaver Lake, Bradshaw, Central City, Clay Center, Clearwater, Columbus, Creighton, Davenport, Edgar, Franklin, Geneva, Glenvil, Grand Island, Guide Rock, Hampton, Harvard, Henderson, Hildreth, Malmo, Marquette, McCool Junction, Monroe, Murray, North Loup, Polk, Rising City, St. Edward, Shelton, Stromsburg, Sutton, Tilden, Waco, Wilcox and York. Cornerstone Bank is owned by First York Ban Corp. of York, Nebraska.

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