Solari Named to CCB Board of Directors

Dec 07, 2011, 14:53 ET from Citizens Community Bank

SOUTH HILL, Va., Dec. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CCB (OTC: CZYB) is pleased to announce the addition of William "Bill" Solari to its Board of Directors. His recent appointment expands the Board to a ten-member panel.

Solari graduated from the University of Richmond in 1966 and completed additional studies at the University of Louisville and New York Institute of Finance.  He spent five years at General Electric in Louisville, KY, before relocating to Raleigh where he worked as a Financial Consultant and Advisor for more than 37 years. Solari retired in April, 2008, and moved to Lake Gaston.  Locally, he is actively assisting with the capital campaign to expand and improve Community Memorial Healthcenter through the construction of a radiation therapy center and surgical tower.

"I'm honored to join the CCB Board and be part of our community's continued growth," says Solari.  "It is a pleasure to volunteer my expertise and passion for the financial industry in an environment where it can be constructive."

Solari has been married to his wife Sylvia for more than 46 years, and they have two sons.  A former president and two-term board member of Lakeland Cultural Arts Center in Littleton, he remains an active volunteer both on and off the stage.  He also is a founding partner of South Hill's Colonial Actors Theatre Society where he provides volunteer services in public relations and advertising as well as participating in some performances.

The CCB Board of Directors is a diverse body of leading businessmen and citizens charged with overseeing the bank's direction and growth plan.  The board's additional members are Chairman R. T. Arnold, Vice-Chairman Denny Hardee, Secretary Garland W. Baird, J. A. Barker, Matthew B. Glover, Thomas C. Manson, Norman D. Wagstaff, Jr., James A. Butts, III and William S. Wilkinson.

Citizens Community Bank is a Virginia state chartered bank headquartered in South Hill, Va.  Opened in December 1999, it operates four branches, three in south central Virginia and one in northern North Carolina. For more information and additional financial data, please visit


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