Victoria Hand Retires from Citizens National Bank

Victoria Hand

To Join Board of Directors

CHEBOYGAN, Mich., — Victoria J. Hand  has retired after 43 years of service to Citizens National Bank.  While Hand is leaving her current position as Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, she has been named to the the Citizens National board of directors with a term that began January 12, 2023.

Recognizing her invaluable contributions to the bank, President & CEO Matthew E. Keene stated “Vicki’s tenure with the bank has been impeccable. She has served the bank in many capacities and has a tremendous knowledge of the workings of a bank and its team. We are happy for her in her retirement and are excited that she now has a seat on the board of directors.”

In her 43 years with the bank, Ms. Hand has been a lender, worked in collections, compliance officer, supervisor of deposit & loan operations along with the support center and information technology department. Her far-reaching knowledge in the banking industry makes her an invaluable member of the bank’s team.

Ms. Hand attended the Northern Michigan School of Banking at Northern Michigan University and is a graduate of the Robert M. Perry School of Banking at Central Michigan University, where she served on the advisory board after graduation.

Ms. Hand has volunteered as a Cheboygan County 4-H leader, was an active member of the Cheboygan Hockey Association and is currently the treasurer for the Cheboygan County Humane Society. Vicki and her husband, Paul Bur, make their home in Cheboygan.

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