Chad Martin, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Goodfield State Bank, has been re-elected the vice chair with the Community Bankers Association of Illinois (CBAI). In addition, he also serves on the CBAI board of directors, strategic planning committee and chair of the communications committee. The CBAI is a professional trade association that represents 310 Illinois commercial banks and thrifts and their 880 branches. Its members have nearly $30 billion in assets and employ approximately 17,000 individuals. CBAI, which is headquartered in Springfield, was founded in 1974 to exclusively represent and serve the community-banking profession.
The Metamora native began his career as a loan officer at the Bank of Gibson City, then transferred to Commerce Bank, NA, Peoria as assistant vice president and commercial loan officer. In 1999, he began working at Goodfield State Bank as vice president and loan officer and was appointed president and CEO in 2002.
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Martin resides in Roanoke with his wife, Brenda, and four sons, Austin, Drew, Blake and Brock.