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CCB is committed to the community we serve. We are involved with several charities and organizations throughout the year. Read about our latest news and events.

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CCB WELCOMES NEW BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP LENDER

(CCB …A True Independent Community Bank)

LITTLE VALLEY, NY – Doug Nelson recently joined the management team at CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) as Vice President and Business Relationship Manager.  

Doug earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

Doug comes to CCB with 12 years of service in the banking industry. Doug’s service to community is strongly evidenced by his involvement in several non-profit organizations. This includes President of the Board of Directors for the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys & Girls Club; Co-Chair for the United Way Campaign Business Team; Past Advisory Board Member for the Jamestown Salvation Army. In addition, Doug is a Junior Achievement Volunteer and a Member of the Chautauqua Leadership Network.

“I am truly excited to join the CCB family,” states Doug. “It’s very easy to see that the folks at CCB really care about and for the people and businesses they serve.  I am looking forward to working with business owners to help them with all of their banking needs.”

His addition to CCB’s team will facilitate independent, community bank growth of CCB in many of the areas it serves. Doug, his wife Olivia and their two children make their home in Frewsburg, NY.

“We’re very excited that Doug has joined our CCB Team,” Mike Wimer, CCB President & CEO comments. “His experience in different areas of banking give Doug the insight and skills to develop the trust & confidence of clients. I am certain Doug will grow long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships. He’s a Team player who is a true community banker at heart!”

 

 

CCB WELCOMES NEW BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP LENDER

(CCB …A True Independent Community Bank)

LITTLE VALLEY, NY – On Tuesday, May 6th, 2019, Jim Domagola joined the management team at CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) as Vice President and Business Relationship Manager.  

Jim was on the Dean’s List of Honors at, and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from, the State University College at Buffalo, NY. Relevant continued education for Jim includes Advanced Commercial Lending and Credit Analysis courses at the University of Buffalo and EXLD Commercial Lending School in Rensselearville, NY.

Jim comes to CCB with over 31 years in banking! He was the recipient of Business First’s “40 Under Forty” award in 2000. Jim’s belief in service to community is strong and evidenced by his involvement in several non-profit and loan agency organizations, including some Board and Executive positions. Jim’s community service includes involvement in W.C.A. Foundation, Inc., Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency, Jamestown Renaissance Corporation, Southern Tier Enterprise Development Organization, Inc. (STEDO), Greater Jamestown Zone Capital Corporation, St. James Roman Catholic Church, Salvation Army, St. Susan’s Center and The United Way of Southern Chautauqua County.

“I recently took a break from banking after 30 years in the business”, states Jim. “I wasn’t sure about my next move until I had a few conversations with CCB management.  The decision to stay in banking by joining CCB was easy once I confirmed their plan to remain an independent community bank with true local authority to assist customers.  As a business lender, this is one of the more important aspects of what I do. CCB also serves the same communities I’ve lived in and worked all my life. I’m reconnecting with people I haven’t seen in many years. It’s fun.”

His inclusion on CCB’s team will facilitate independent, community bank growth of CCB in many of the areas it serves. Jim and his wife Maura make their home in Lakewood, NY.

“We’re really glad Jim’s part of the CCB Team now,” Mike Wimer, CCB President & CEO comments. “He very naturally develops the trust & confidence of clients and grows long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships. He’s a Team player who, quite frankly, is a community banker at heart!”

 

 

CCB CELEBRATES COMMUNITY BANKING MONTH

(CCB …A True Independent Community Bank)

LITTLE VALLEY, NY – April is National Community Banking Month and CCB will join thousands of independent bankers across the country to celebrate. Community banks, like CCB, make a combined effort to discuss with the public the important economic and social contributions their banks make in their hometowns, creating jobs and circulating money back into their communities. CCB IS CELEBRATING ALL MONTH LONG AT ALL LOCATIONS!!

CCB branches will celebrate community banking each day by accepting entries from friends and customers to win a large wheelbarrow filled with FUN items to help you jump start your Spring gardening! Included are Potting Soil, a Garden Tote, Garden Tools, Seed Starter Kits, a Kneeling Pad and various Bulbs. We’ll also be passing out packets of seeds while supplies last; Zinnia, California Poppy, Honey Bee Mix, Cosmos and Butterfly Garden Mix.

Look for branches to be decorated in a Spring Theme and join us! Spring has sprung and we are happy to serve existing customers and welcome new friends as customers. Customers can enjoy coming into the bank to see just how creative the folks at this independent community bank can be! Branches are in competition and displays will be judged by an outside source. The winning branch employees will receive a special prize.

“Independent banks operate differently than large, regional and national mega-banks,” states CCB COO and Marketing Director Joni Simcick. “Community banks are run by local people. Decisions are made locally, so loan requests don’t have to be sent to some distant corporate office. Most people who do business with CCB, think personal service is the best part of the relationship. I invite the public to stop by and enter to win.”

CCB is an FDIC insured New York State chartered independent, community bank. From January 2, 1902, CCB has established an unprecedented record of fiscal integrity and sound financial growth, which now totals over $250 million in assets. CCB maintains convenient ATMs and can be found on the web at www.ccblv.com. CCB is an equal housing lender. CCB’s main office is located in Little Valley, with seven branch offices.

CCB WELCOMES NEW DUNKIRK BRANCH MANAGER

LITTLE VALLEY, NY – Cattaraugus County Bank (CCB) announces the addition of a NEW Officer to its management team. On January 28, 2019, Thomas (Tom) Fite joined CCB as Assistant Vice President, Dunkirk Branch Manager. Tom is responsible for building loan and deposit relationships, as well as business development in CCB’s Dunkirk market.

Mr. Fite comes to CCB with five years of experience in the banking industry in areas of branch management and personal banking. After eight years in retail store management, Fite began his banking career with Citizens Bank as an Assistant Branch Manager. His professional experience most recently included working for Key Bank, N.A. as a Personal Banker, where Tom was responsible for establishing relationships to drive business growth through collaboration with clients on various banking needs and products. Tom is attending Penn State’s World Campus in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business, majoring in Management and Marketing.

“I’m so overjoyed, thankful and delighted that I was chosen to become part of the CCB family. The values this independent community bank embrace are very important to me,” Fite says. “I knew this was the place for me when I read one of CCB’s first marketing slogans: We Want Your Business! I will work very hard for CCB and our customers. I look forward to meeting with both existing and potential customers and helping to make their dreams and aspirations come to fruition. Productive and meaningful relationships are extremely important to me!”

“We’re very pleased Tom has joined the CCB Team,” states Mike Wimer, CCB President & CEO. “We believe Tom’s sales experience, along with his fresh perspective and approach on local relationship development, he’ll help us grow and flourish in the Dunkirk/Fredonia area. I invite everyone to stop in, meet Tom and experience a true community bank.” 

 

CCB Offering FREE, Professional Coin Appraisals, Courtesy of HCC, Inc.

CCB will be offering FREE, professional coin appraisals, courtesy of HCC, Inc., a firm of nationally recognized numismatists. The appraisals will take place at three different CCB offices in October and November!

Tuesday, October 30th in Dunkirk, NY (9am – 4pm)

Wednesday, October 31th in Springville, NY (9am – 4pm)

Thursday, November 1st in South Dayton, NY (9am – 4pm)

No appointments will be taken. 

HCC, Inc., a Toledo, Ohio based company, is in the business of appraising, selling, purchasing and providing custodial services with respect to rare and/or old coins, precious metals (including gold, silver, platinum and palladium), modern proof sets, governmental commemorative issues, and currency. HCC can be contacted at 1-800-422-4405 with any questions. 

Mobile Deposit is Here!

Now you can take a photo of a check and make a deposit using your mobile device! 

  • IT'S FREE!
  • SAVE TIME! Now there's no need to travel to CCB and stand in line.
  • 24/7! Any time, day or night. Even when CCB is not open!

NOTE: Checks deposited using CCB Mobile Deposit need to be endorsed as follows:

"CCB-for mobile deposit only"

Log on to our Mobile app called CCB NOW and get started! 

Happy Birthday CCB! 10 Years in Jamestown & Dunkirk!

Management and staff at Cattaraugus County Bank are proud to announce the 10th anniversary of their Jamestown and Dunkirk offices. The actual "birthday" falls on Friday, March 17th, 2018. CCB will be celebrating this birthday the week of March 19th. Customers and friends of CCB are invited to stop in at CCB's Fairmount Avenue location in Jamestown and the Vineyard Drive location in Dunkirk and enjoy the celebration.