County National Bank’s Monthly e-News
August 2012
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Craig Connor Elected to the MBA Board of Directors Craig Connor, CNB President & CEO
Congratulations to Craig Connor, County National Bank President and Chief Executive Officer, on his recent election to the Michigan Bankers Association (MBA) Board of Directors. The Michigan Bankers Association is the voluntary association of the banks located in Michigan. It proudly includes among its membership 97% of the banks in Michigan – from the smallest to the largest. The MBA is the vehicle through which the banking industry directs efforts to maintain and improve the Michigan economy, Michigan communities, and the strength of the banks that help drive economic and community growth. 

Reverse Mortgages
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently released a report highlighting the risks for American consumers as they struggle to understand reverse mortgages. Reverse mortgages are complex and with one in ten of them already in default, it is important that consumers understand what they are signing up for and that it is the right product for them.

Simplify Your Life
With Online Bill Pay

Pay your bills electronically all in one place and all from your computer.
Schedule single or recurring payments in just a few steps, and you’ll never worry about missing a bill or incurring late fees.
Save money every month on stamps and trips to the post office by making payments online.

Free Lecture Series at the Ella
Ella Sharp Museum
County National Bank is proud to be the sponsor of the Free Lecture Series at the Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History in Jackson. For several years, CNB has provided the funding for the series so that the museum is able to bring quality programs free of charge to the Jackson community. 


Foods Rich in Antioxidants
Treat yourself to great taste and good health

Healthy eating is about more than choosing low-calorie, low-carb or low-fat foods. Choosing foods that are rich in antioxidants — vitamins A and E, beta-carotene and lycopene — will help protect your body against damaging chemicals called “free radicals.”
Recycling Used or Broken Technology
Finding a new home for old equipment

Electronics have become a part of everyday life and the average family will dispose of one or more cell phones or computers each year. Just as it is important to recycle aluminum cans, plastic bottles and glass items, it is even more important to recycle electronic equipment. Cell phones and computers may contain harmful plastics, mercury or other toxins which may cause adverse reactions if placed in landfills.
Yard Sale like a Pro
Your junk IS someone else's treasure

It doesn’t take long to accumulate things you don’t need anymore. Your children have outgrown their clothes, toys, crib and storybooks. There are all those record albums, videotapes and compact discs with music and movies on them that you don’t use anymore. How about those old pots and pans? Dishes, anyone?
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