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    Jaime Ramos Earns Diploma

    Last updated 1 year ago

    CBF is pleased to announce Jaime Ramos has received his Banking Specialist Diploma through the Center for Financial Training at Miami Dade College. Mr. Ramos currently works in the Deposit Operations Department and has been a part of the financial family for nine years. He began his career at the bank as a loan processor and gained experience within the Special Assets Department before he moved to Deposit Operations. For the last five years he has handled the coordination of remote capture machines and has specialized in charge offs and recoveries.  

    In addition to his recent diploma, Jaime holds an Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Miami Dade College. His goal is to continue developing his banking expertise by earning a diploma in credit analysis and a degree in finance, so that in the future he can become a loan officer. Jamie was born in Miami and currently resides in Homestead. He is proud of his Mexican American heritage and gives back every year by fundraising to purchase book bags and school supplies for local middle school aged migrant children. In his free time he enjoys playing musical instruments including the guitar, keyboard and drums. He is an excellent bartender and is often seen serving refreshments at Community Bank parties.   

    Mr. Ramos states, “As a bank and society, we struggle to recover from the recent economic recession, but we should look at this as an opportunity. This is a chance to enter a new future and provide our customers with not only excellent customer service and products but financial education and stability for the future. I am proud to work at a place that embraces a traditional “family” atmosphere that reflects onto our customers.”

    Sonia Davis celebrates 15 years with us!

    Last updated 1 year ago

    CBF is proud to celebrate Sonia Davis’s 15th Anniversary as a member of their Financial Family. Mrs. Davis is currently the Manager of the Loan Operations Department. Her day to day tasks include supervising and motivating the department and providing service to bank customers and employees. 

    Sonia previously served in the Army, dedicating six years as a medic. She began her banking experience in 1997, joining Community Bank as a vault attendant. Through the years, she has continued to work her way up and earned her General Banking Certificate from the American Institute of Banking.

    Sonia was born in Hawthorne, California and currently lives in Leisure City, where she feels blessed to work so close to home. She is extremely proud of her son, who is currently attending the police academy. In her free time, she enjoys walking, anything sports related and spending time with family and friends. Enthusiastic about her position, Sonia stated, “When my family moved to Homestead 39 years ago, I never would have imagined that I would grow up in a great town and work for a wonderful company like Community Bank of Florida!”  

     

    Happy 4th of July from all of us at Community Bank of Florida!

    Last updated 1 year ago

    We'll be closed today for the holiday. Have a safe and enjoyable day!

    April Slater Celebrates 10th Anniversary!

    Last updated 1 year ago

    CBF is proud to celebrate April Slater’s 10th Anniversary as a member of our Financial Family. Mrs. Slater is currently an Executive Assistant in the Commercial Loan Area, with responsibilities that include administrative and executive support related tasks on behalf of the Executive Vice President.

     April is a Veteran of the U.S. Air Force. In 1981, she completed her military service and began her career in banking. She has previous experience working as a teller, teller supervisor, lending assistant and administrative assistant. She has taken several courses at Miami-Dade College and is a Dale Carnegie graduate.

     April was born in Syracuse, New York and currently lives in the Redlands with her husband and mother-in-law. They have four adult children and four grandsons. She is very excited that her fifth grandson will arrive in September. In her free time, she enjoys photography, traveling and spending time with family.

     Enthusiastic about her anniversary, April stated, “I am proud and Blessed to be part of the Community Bank of Florida family and thankful for the opportunity to work with and for such wonderful people. I have enjoyed my first ten years and I look forward to many more!”  

     

    Golden Circle's European Adventure

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Our Golden Circle is full of explorers. Their most recent trip spanned 11 days discovering Eastern Europe - including Prague, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. They started their journey in the seat of the Holy Roman Empire, where they experienced the rich Czech culture of dinner and dancing. The Castle district wowed them with Gothic and Baroque architecture that dates back to the 15th century.

    Next they enjoyed the countryside of Lintz, Austria. They made friends with the locals and dined at a family’s home. Cruising down the Danube River allowed them to enjoy the sites and relax. They drifted on to Salzburg, known as the home of musical genius Amadeus Mozart and the location for the filming of the Sound of Music. They shopped, visited the Holensalzburg Fortress and dined in the oldest restaurant in existence.

    They headed back east towards Vienna, stopping in Durnstein along the way. After climbing to the top of King Richard the Lionheart’s 12th century castle, they perused the expansive books and manuscripts in the historic 900 year old Baroque Melk Abbey. They took a cruise down the river in the Melk Abbey Valley and took in breathtaking views of the sculpted hills and medieval towns built along the river. Once they arrived in Vienna, they visited the cathedrals, palaces and a very warm concert hall. It reminded everyone what a treat is it to have central air conditioning!

    Continuing their trek northeast, they stopped in Bratislava, Slovakia. Here they visited a local school, as well as St. Martin’s Cathedral and took lessons making Apflestrudel. Then they headed south for their last stop in Budapest, Hungary. They visited the Church of Our Lady, which was formerly used for the coronations of Hungarian Kings. Then they took a city tour and enjoyed great shopping. Members who are history buffs said it was the best trip they’ve been on and that they walked enough to not feel guilty for all the delicious food they ate!

    • Melk Abbey
    • Orszaghaz Parliament Building
    • GC 2012 Prague Trip
    • GC 2012 Prague Trip
    • Golden Circle's 2012 Prague Trip
    • Royal Palace of Hungary in Budapest

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