Nicole Wilson


Community State Bank (CSB) announces the new placement of Nicole Wilson, CPA, as chief financial officer. Wilson brings years of not only accounting experience but banking experience and a drive to succeed at CSB.

Wilson started her career in banking for three years while obtaining her bachelor of science degree in technology management and specializing in accounting from Devry University. Once graduated, she obtained a job at Smith Elliott Kearns and Co. in Chambersburg, starting as a staff accountant and working her way up to manager over the course of 11 years. While at Smith Elliott Kearns and Co., she enjoyed going out to meet clients and better understand their business. Over the past seven year, Wilson was assigned Community State Bank as one of her clients, she was able to get to know the management team and atmosphere that CSB has to offer and she fit in effortlessly with the culture at Community State Bank.

Wilson is extremely involved in her community. She is a member of the Fulton County Medical Center Planned Giving Committee. Wilson also is the treasurer to several different organizations including SpiriTrust Lutheran LIFE and SpiriTrust Lutheran Homecare and Hospice. Wilson is a Bible school teacher and children churchteacher at McConnellsburg United Methodist. She graduated from the Leadership Franklin County in May 2015.

Wilson is a Harrisonville native and currently resides in McConnellsburg. She enjoys spending time with her husband Paul and 8-year-old daughter Mikaela. In her spare time she likes to watch her daughter’s basketball and soccer games, going to football games, reading and going to concerts.


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