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January 27, 2013

Business briefs: Jan. 27, 2013

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Kevin Richard to AVP and director of information technology: Richard was promoted to director of information technology and will be in charge of the bank’s computer system infrastructure. Richard joined the bank in June as the IT administrator. Before coming to the bank, he worked for the Plattsburgh Press-Republican as the systems manager for 19 years. He is a native of the North Country, growing up in Perry’s Mills.

Lori Hebert to branch manager: Hebert will be taking over the management of the Plattsburgh office located at 500 Route 3 where she has been working as the assistant branch manager since 2006.

Hebert, an employee of the bank since 1996, started as the head teller in Champlain. During her time with the bank, she has also served as the EFT supervisor and the consumer lending officer. She is also an officer of the bank. Hebert is active in the Plattsburgh community as a member of the Plattsburgh Kiwanis Breakfast Club and as a member of the Leadership Committee for the Plattsburgh Heart Walk.

Yvonne Alterie to assistant cashier: Alterie was promoted to an officer of Champlain National Bank. In her current role as the branch manager of the Willsboro Office, she is responsible for the business development and client relations for the bank in the Willsboro area.

Her career at the bank began in May 2004 as a teller. Since that time, she has worked in Deposit Operations and as a client service representative in Willsboro. In May 2008, she was promoted to office supervisor in Willsboro, in 2010 was assigned as office supervisor of the Downtown Office, and in 2012 she was again promoted to branch manager of the Willsboro Office. She is a member of Sunrise Rotary in Plattsburgh.

Sean Hall to office supervisor: Hall was promoted to office supervisor of the Lake Placid branch. Hired in May 2010, he was quickly promoted to client service representative. Hall earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in business from Paul Smiths College. He resides in Lake Placid.

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