CCB Adds Two To Management Team

Sean Connor

Cattaraugus County Bank has added Sean Connor and Tricia Moore to its management team.

Both managers hold the title of assistant vice president, business development and lending. Connor heads up the bank’s Jamestown branch while Moore assumes leadership of the Dunkirk office.

Connor originally began with Cattaraugus County Bank as an intern from St. Bonaventure University. He attended Randolph Central School, then Jamestown Community College, where he earned an associate’s degree in business administration. He graduated from St. Bonaventure in 2017 with a bachelor’s in finance and an MBA. He went right into full-time employment with Cattaraugus County Bank following graduation. He worked in the commercial lending department as a commercial loan administrator until recently, when he was chosen to replace the retiring manager in CCB’s Jamestown market. Connor lives in Frewsburg.

“I am eager to begin working with the Jamestown Community, especially at a time when there’s a true focus on Jamestown and its redevelopment of the area,” Connor said. “A number of exciting opportunities are being pursued, and the community can multiply that effect by banking with a true community bank. Shop local, bank local. I encourage anyone to stop in and meet me. Let’s talk about banking with CCB.”

Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies from Kent State University as well as a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the State University at Fredonia. Prior to joining Cattaraugus County bank, Moore worked at Northwest Bank where she held the position of branch operations officer, covering branches throughout the bank’s broad geographic footprint.

Tricia Moore

Prior to that, she worked to develop and manage a new administrative department within Northwest’s Insurance Services division. She has also worked as a paralegal in the Kent, Ohio, area. Moore lives in Bemus Point with her two sons, Trenton and Eli.

“I’m so pleased to join the CCB team,” Moore said. “I look forward to the opportunity to get to know many, many people in the Dunkirk/Fredonia area. It’s a real pleasure to help both consumers and businesses with their financial goals. I urge anyone in the area to stop in or call me. I’m ready and willing to work with them to recognize and make their dreams come true.”

Both Connor and Moore have been selected to attend the 2018 Chautauqua Leadership Network.

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