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2018-06-13 / News

Devoted CBNA Employee Retires After Nearly 50 Years

By Melissa Johns


Donna’s co-workers bid her farewell on her last day of work before retirement. Left to right: Megan Johns, Janet Hulse, Donna Bundy, Pamela Lakin and Sandy Butler. Donna’s co-workers bid her farewell on her last day of work before retirement. Left to right: Megan Johns, Janet Hulse, Donna Bundy, Pamela Lakin and Sandy Butler. WALTON- Community Bank, N.A. (CBNA) Assistant Vice President and Walton Branch Manager Donna Bundy retired on Friday, June 8 after a 47-year career.

“The best part of the job was helping customers and working with the best staff,” stated Bundy, just days before the start of her retirement.

Her banking journey began back on July 20, 1971, when the bank was called Delaware County Federal Savings and Loan. She worked as a part-time mortgage secretary while she simultaneously earned an associate’s degree in accounting from SUNY Delhi.

Since she graduated from college in 1973, Bundy saw the name of the bank change six times before it eventually became Community Bank, N.A.

Bundy held several positions over the years including bookkeeper, teller, mortgage officer, registered representative, customer service representative and assistant manager. She was also involved in the bank’s annual toy drive, which has provided hundreds of children in need with toys and presents for Christmas.

“The Walton toy bank started over 25 years ago and has grown over the years,” Bundy said, “It will definitely be carried on by the CBNA Walton staff.”

Mutual bittersweet feelings filled the office during Bundy’s last day on Friday. She will be missed by her co-workers and members of the community.

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