Kristy Zabrodsky Elected to CCB Board of Directors

Kristy Zabrodsky

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Cattaraugus County Bank

At its meeting on September 15th, 2016, the Board of Directors of Cattaraugus County Bank (CCB) elected Kristy B. Zabrodsky to become a member of the Board of the independently owned community bank.

Kristy Zabrodsky

Ms. Zabrodsky is a CPA and Shareholder with Buffamante Whipple Buttafaro, P.C. (BWB). She has been with BWB for over 30 years, working in all facets of not-for-profit and governmental clients. BWB is a full service firm, providing complete services in the areas of accounting, auditing, tax, and management consulting. Ms. Zabrodsky is a member of the New York State Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs. Ms. Zabrodsky possesses a Bachelor of Science in Business with a major in Accounting from the Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. She also graduated from Jamestown Community College in Jamestown, NY with an Associate in Arts.

Ms. Zabrodsky’s current community involvement includes being a Board member, & past President of the Gebbie Foundation. She is also the Co-President and Board member of the Jamestown Center City Development Corporation. Her past area involvement included the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and the Jamestown Community College Foundation.

Kristy Zabrodsky lives in Jamestown, NY with her husband, John, and their two daughters, Olivia and Abigail.

“We’re so pleased that Kristy is joining the CCB family,” said CCB President & CEO, Mike Wimer. “With her valuable knowledge and experience, Kristy will bring additional breadth and depth to our Board.”

About CCB: CCB is an FDIC insured New York State chartered independent, community bank. From January 2, 1902, CCB has established an unprecedented record of fiscal integrity and sound financial growth, which now totals over $215 million in assets. CCB maintains convenient ATMs and can be found on the web at CCB is an equal housing lender. CCB’s main office is located in Little Valley, with seven branch offices.