BLUFFTON — Andy Althaus has been named chief financial officer for Citizens National Bank. Althaus will be responsible for oversight of both internal and external financial reporting for the bank as well as its holding company, Citizens Bancshares.
He will assist the bank’s chief executive officer and president with strategic decisions, including the development of programs to assist with growth, participating in bank budgeting and forecasting the bank’s financial position.
Althaus has worked at Citizens National Bank since 1989, beginning as a teller and moving into the accounting department in 1991. He was named senior vice president of accounting in 2012 prior to this promotion.
“Andy’s level of experience and general understanding of how CNB operates allows us to rely on his judgment and aid the Board in making good financial decisions for the bank. We’re pleased to promote Andy to this position which truly reflects his leadership role within our organizations,” said CNB President Eric Faulkner.
Althaus and his wife, Danielle, and daughter Adelyn reside in Bluffton.