Community Office Manager

Canandaigua National Bank & Trust (CNB) is pleased to announce the following Community Office Managers: Emma Netto, Manager of the Mendon Community Office; Kimberly Salois, Manager of Webster BayTowne Community Office; and Alicia Welch, Manager of the Greece – Latta & Long Pond Community Office.

Emma Netto has been with CNB since 2014 and has held positions as a teller, a Universal Banker at our College Town branch, and most recently the role of Assistant Branch Manager in Mendon. She graduated from Onondaga Community College and has completed Dale Carnegie Training – Skills for Success, and Leadership for Managers training. Netto is the Treasurer & Secretary for the Mendon Community Business Association and a member of Rochester Chamber of Commerce.

Kim Salois joined CNB in 2019 with 13 years of experience in financial services. Salois most recently served in the role of Assistant Manager at the Chili Community Office. She attended Johnson & Wales University and is an active Advocate for the ALS Association. Salois resides in Penfield with her husband and three children.

Alicia Welch has been with CNB since 2015, starting in the Henrietta Office. She served as Financial Services Representative and as Assistant Manager in Henrietta, then as Assistant Manager in the Latta-Long Pond Office. Most recently, she has been the manager at  the CNB Webster BayTowne Community Office. Welch is a graduate of Buffalo State College and is a member of Rochester Young Professionals.

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 three Financial Services Offices, located in Canandaigua, 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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