Columbus – The Community Bankers Association of Ohio announced Tracey Craig, president and CEO of Woodsfield Savings Bank, as the association’s 2022 president.
As President, Craig brings a wealth of experience and a strong vision for the core values of Ohio’s community banking industry.
“We are delighted to have Tracey Craig leading our association as President this year,” said Aza Bittinger Jr., president and chief operating officer of CBAO. “Tracey has a clear vision for innovation and leadership while remaining strongly focused on community and our industry’s core values.”
“It is a great honor to be the 2022 President of the Community Bankers Association of Ohio,” says Craig. “I look forward to leading the community banking industry and continuing the great success OCCA has enjoyed over the years. The CBAO is the only organization dedicated exclusively to serving the community banking industry in Ohio, and I am thrilled to be a part of it.
The Community Bankers Association of Ohio is the financial trade association exclusively representing community banking and thrift institutions in Ohio. The Community Bankers Association of Ohio is organized to establish and maintain an informed network of independent community banks in the State of Ohio who will have the influence and commitment necessary to effectively serve, protect and promote the interests of its members.
The Woodsfield Savings Bank, based in Woodsfield, was established in 1887. It is a $90 million state-chartered community bank with locations in Woodsfield, Barnesville and soon Cadiz. Woodsfield Savings is a customer-focused, full-service bank offering deposit accounts, mortgages, consumer loans, business loans, and online and mobile banking. Visit woodsfieldsavings.com for more information.