FNB promotes Johnson to position of assistant risk officer, teller supervisor

First National Bank has announced that Pam Johnson has been promoted to assistant risk officer and teller supervisor.  She started her new position on April 1.
Johnson, a Vandalia resident, graduated from St. Elmo High School and has taken various classes at Kaskaskia College.  She began her career at First National Bank on Nov. 27, 2000, as a teller. She became a teller supervisor in 2009.
“I am very excited about this new position, and am look forward to expanding my knowledge and experience in the banking industry,” Johnson said.
“Pam’s promotion is well deserved,” said Dennis Ehrat, vice president and investment officer. "She is a dedicated employee and we are confident in her ability to take on new challenges."
A Vandalia resident, she is married to David Johnson. She has two children, Klayton Brasel and Kelcie Brasel.
The First National Bank has seven facilities in Vandalia, Ramsey, Patoka, Mulberry Grove and Greenville. The bank has grown to more than $300 million in assets, while serving the area for more than 149 years.

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