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Cornerstone Bank increases assets to $183 million Print E-mail
WILSON — CB Financial Corporation, the single bank holding company for Cornerstone Bank, showed earnings of $592,000 for the first two quarters of 2007, a 29.3 percent increase from the same period last year.

Assets grew to $183.7 million as of June 30, 2007, a 15.3% increase over the same period last year. Other key bank measurements also increased steadily. Total loans as of June 30, 2007 were $131.8 million (a 14 percent increase) and total deposits after two quarters of 2007 were $159.8 million (a 17.7% increase).

“We are ahead of our projections for this year,” Cornerstone Bank president Norm Osborn said. “We are especially happy with our ability to attract the deposits needed to fund our loan requests. Our pace is good.”

Mr. Osborn said the bank continues to find excellent employees as the bank grows. “Our culture is a bit different, with a true emphasis on serving the customer, knowing the customer, and anticipating the customer’s needs,” Osborn said. “We are still able to hand-pick the people who want to be a part of this bank.

“We also provide a pleasant banking experience,” Osborn added. “We respect our customers, and I think our customers respect our bank.”

Cornerstone Bank opened in March 2000, and has posted 24 consecutive quarters of profitability. For more information on banking products and services or for stock information, call 252-243-5588.

— Sept 11, 2007

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Total assets:
$132.3 million as of  
March 31, 2013

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