CNB, member of Shore Bancshares family of companies, recognizes and appreciates David Thompson’s 35 year milestone with the bank and his years of dedicated service. Mr. Thompson started with CNB in 1977 and currently serves as vice president/business development officer with a concentration in commercial lending.
Mr. Thompson’s entire professional career has been with CNB. He held several positions at the bank, focusing mostly in loans, before being promoted to Vice President in 1985. “David is an integral part of the CNB management team and a leader in his local community,” says Win Trice, President & CEO. “We greatly value and celebrate his 35 years of experience, professionalism and contribution to the company and our community.”
“Making sure our customers’ best interests are met has made my career at CNB enjoyable and rewarding. I contribute most of what I know about community banking to CNB past president, Jim Pippin. He had a compelling influence on me and taught me not only about banking, but about people. He touched us at CNB, as well as and many in our community. Mr. Pippin passed away in November 2011, but he left behind a strong legacy to live up to.” says David.
Mr. Thompson graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College in 1976 with a bachelor degree in Business Administration. He completed a three-year banking program with Maryland Banker’s School, College Park in 1983, and advanced bank management in 2006. David is active in the community and is presently serving on the Executive Board and as Chairman of Queen Anne’s County Chamber of Commerce. Previous service includes treasurer of Queen Anne’s County Sportsman’s Club, past master of Centreville Lodge #180 AF & AM, past president of Eastern Shore Chapter of Bank Administration Institute and served two terms on the board of Business Queen Anne’s. David also supports multiple fund raising events for local charities.
David lives in Centreville with his wife Geri and is a fourth generation resident of the town. He enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren. David loves living on the Eastern Shore and pursues his interest in hunting, fishing and time on the Chester River with friends and family. He has traveled extensively and hopes to do much more of it in the future.