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Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Announces 2018 Arthur S. Hamlin Recipient

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ASH Award Winner, Diana Wright

ASH Award Winner, Diana Wright

August 15, 2019 – Canandaigua, NY – Canandaigua National Corporation (CNC) awards Diana Wright with the Employee of the Year Award, known to those at CNC as the Arthur S. Hamlin (ASH) Award, named for Canandaigua National Bank & Trust’s past President, CEO, and Chairman. This honor is awarded each year in June at CNC’s annual Employee Celebration event.
The ASH Award is awarded to an employee who exemplifies the core values and characteristics of the man for whom the award is named:
• To go above and beyond
• Provide exceptional customer service
• Help to keep the bank strong
• Take initiative on projects or recommend improvements
• Work to improve oneself
• Actively participate in community organizations
• Demonstrate outstanding performance
• Lives CNC values each day
Wright has been with CNC for ten years, the last five as Executive Assistant to the President/CEO and the Chairman of the Board. Wright is the primary liaison for the Executive Office and supports the Board of Directors, Board Committees and the Executive Management Team. She consistently displays commitment to her position and CNC, she does whatever is necessary to get the job done, and maintains a professional demeanor in doing so.
Diana Wright holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Marquette University and has been certified as a Professional of Human Resources (PHR) by the Society of Human Resources Management. Diana enjoys hiking, cross country skiing and snow shoeing in her spare time; she currently resides in Fairport, NY.
Founded in 1887, Canandaigua National Bank & Trust is the region’s only locally owned, full-service community bank, with 23 branches in Ontario and Monroe counties, as well as two Financial Services Centers, located in Bushnell’s Basin and downtown Rochester. Together they offer a full range of financial services for individuals, businesses, municipalities and not-for-profit organizations. For more information, visit

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