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About Us

Our Officers

G. William Ryan

G. William Ryan
CEO, Chairman of the Board and President
Since 1960

Mary C. May

Mary C. May
Executive Vice President
Since 1971

Jacquilyn A. Dmytrenko

Jacquilyn A. Dmytrenko
Vice President
Since 1979

Thomas R. Ackerley

Thomas R. Ackerley
Vice President
Since 2003

Nancy E. Walter

Nancy E. Walter
Assistant Vice President
Since 1991

Kelly R. Wade

Kelly R. Wade
Chief Financial Officer
Since 1999

 

Locations

Union Springs
165 Cayuga Street
Union Springs, NY 13160
Ph (315) 889-7358
Toll-Free 1-877-608-2562
Fax (315) 889-7351
BIL (315) 889-3503

Day Lobby Drive-Thru
Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm 8am-5pm
Friday 9am-5pm 8am-6pm
Cutoff Time is 4pm Monday-Friday
**24-hour ATM**

 

Aurora

Aurora
397 Main Street
Aurora, NY 13026
Fax (315) 364-6867

Day Lobby
Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm
Friday 9am-5pm
Cutoff Time is 4pm Monday-Friday
**24-hour ATM**

 

History

Bank

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Henry Wells, of Wells College and Wells Fargo fame, was one of the founders of the First National Bank of Aurora in 1864. In 1960, the Bank opened a branch office in Union Springs. The Union Springs office became the main office in 1976, and the name changed from First National Bank of Aurora to Cayuga Lake National Bank. Both locations continue to provide their hallmark community service, which is nearly unique within the banking industry today.

In 1988 the Board of Directors established a holding company, the Cayuga Lake Bank Corporation. Cayuga Lake National Bank is the sole subsidiary of the holding company. This structure positions the bank for future growth and development. Operational during three centuries, the Bank has demonstrated 149 years of progressive growth. The bank’s assets have grown to more than $100million.

Extreme economic challenges, along with the wave of technology and downsizing have curtailed the personal touch and accessibility to “real people” in the banking industry recently. Fortunately, these changes have strengthened CLNB’s position. Bank employees continue to provide the hometown service that promotes community banking while offering numerous leading technology trends.

Exemplary efforts by the Board of Directors have guided the institution toward the future. A conservative agenda caters to providing community service. Cayuga Lake National Bank is committed to maintaining a community bank image, and providing the technology to serve those who wish to maintain a banking relationship unhampered by geographic barriers.