Jeff Glen, Community Bank President for the Rochelle area, has been appointed to the Central Bank Illinois Board of Directors.

Jeff Glen, Community Bank President for the Rochelle area, has been appointed to the Central Bank Illinois Board of Directors.

In his new position on the board, Glen will be responsible for participating in overall bank management and board strategic planning. He will represent the Rochelle market, which includes the communities of Ashton and Oregon as well as Rochelle and the surrounding markets.

“We are pleased to welcome Jeff Glen to the Central Bank Board of Directors and we look forward to working with him,” said John DuBois, President & CEO of Central Bank Illinois. “The expansion of Central Bank Illinois in the Northern Illinois area is an important strategic advancement for CBIL, and representation from our new markets will be critical to our continued success.”

Glen began his career with First National Bank & Trust Company of Rochelle in January 1982, soon after his graduation from Northern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing.

During his tenure with First National, Glen has held management positions in both administration and lending and has experience with the bank’s executive management and loan committees.

Upon the bank merger with Central Bank Illinois, Glen assumed the position of Community Bank President with responsibility for the Rochelle, Ashton and Oregon branches.

Glen said, “It is an honor to be named to the Central Bank Board of Directors, and I am humbled to become a part of this group.”

He added “Central Bank Illinois has a long history of fiscal responsibility and dedication to the communities they serve and I am proud to have the opportunity to represent the communities of Rochelle, Oregon and Ashton”.

Central Bank Illinois is a full-service commercial bank providing a complete line of banking and trust services to individuals and businesses. With the addition of the former First National branches, Central Bank Illinois has full-service branch locations in Andover, Ashton, Fulton, Geneseo, Oregon, Peru, Princeton and Rochelle, with a limited-purpose loan office in Prophetstown.  

Central Bank has approximately $940 million in bank assets, along with $245 million in trust relationships since first opening in 1907. The bank is a Member FDIC/Equal Housing Lender/Equal Opportunity Employer.