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Gloria Robertson, Blackstone Shopping Center Branch Manager, Retires!

Gloria Robertson headshot05/03/2024 - Gloria Robertson, Assistant Vice President | Branch Manager Blackstone Shopping Center, retired on April 30th, after 33 years with CB&T.

Gloria started with CB&T when the Shopping Center branch was purchased from First Colonial Savings & Loan in 1991. A native of Nottoway County, Gloria has been an asset within the community on behalf of the Bank. She served on Blackstone's Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and was also a member of Nottoway's Relay for Life Committee for multiple years. She has been a trusted financial partner for many of our customers who have relied on her expertise.  
The Bank hosted a farewell reception honoring Gloria and her service on Tuesday, April 30. Family, friends, customers, and coworkers joined Bank Management in thanking Gloria for her personalized service and commitment for over three decades. 

Gloria stated, "CB&T has been a large part of my life for many years. My customers and coworkers have been a blessing, and I would like to thank each of them for their friendship and support!" 

We wish Gloria a happy retirement!

Ready For the Next 150! 

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04/17/2024 - CB&T recently restored its old Main Office signs, which had been removed in the early 2000s. A Fredericksburg firm spent several months working on the signs, which had rusted and were missing several letters. New President & CEO, Taylor Quicke, and employees Missy Hart and Jason Powers oversaw the project. Quicke said signs are believed to be copper and zinc with brass lettering.

Kim Gerner, Colonial Heights Branch Manager, Retires!

Kim Gerner Headshot03/31/2024 - Kim Gerner, Vice President/Branch Manager Colonial Heights, retired on March 29th, 2024, after 19 years with CB&T. Kim started with the Bank shortly before the Colonial Heights opening.  She came to CB&T as a veteran banker in the Colonial Heights community, and she brought a loyal following.  

Kim is proud of the relationship she has with her customers and the community. She is an active and integral member of the Colonial Heights Kiwanis Club, and she was one of the first female members of the organization.

The Bank hosted an after-hours social honoring Kim and her service on Wednesday, March 27th. The resounding theme of the evening were customers and community members thanking Kim and CB&T for being a large part of their financial needs for nearly two decades.

Regarding her time with CB&T, Kim states, “Each day that I’ve worked for Citizens Bank & Trust Co has been a gift. I love all of my customers, coworkers, and the entire CB&T family.”

Bank President and CEO, Taylor Quicke states, “Kim has been a vital and invaluable member of the CB&T team as we established a strong presence in the Colonial Heights market. On behalf of the Board of Directors and Management, we want to thank Kim for her dedication and loyalty to CB&T for close to two decades.”

Please join us in wishing Kim a happy retirement!

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