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Local bank promotes Trivellini and Draffkorn

WOODSTOCK – American Community Bank & Trust has announced Mark Trivellini and Rick Draffkorn have been promoted to vice presidents of commercial banking. 

Trivellini has been with the bank since July 2008 and will continue to develop and manage relationships from the McHenry bank. His experience in the industry includes work as a senior credit analyst, a commercial banker responsible for a real estate and commercial/industrial portfolio and new business development. He has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Roosevelt University in Chicago and a master’s degree in finance from Webster University. He and his wife, Angela, live in Crystal Lake with their two boys.

Draffkorn joined American Community Bank & Trust in November 2010 and will continue to serve clients and build new relationships from the Huntley bank. He has 10 years of commercial banking experience. He has a bachelor’s degree in finance with a minor in accounting from Northern Illinois University. Draffkorn lives in Crystal Lake.  

“These bankers have exceptional skills and are doing commendable work in building advocates for our bank by providing extraordinary service to our clients,” CEO Charie Zanck said in a news release. 

American Community Bank & Trust has banks in Crystal Lake, Huntley, McHenry and Woodstock. It is locally owned and managed. Founded in March 2000, the bank has approximately $500 million in assets.  

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