David Pirsein, president and CEO of First National Bank in Pinckneyville, was re-elected regional vice chairman of the Community Bankers Association of Illinois at the association's annual convention held recently in Kansas City, Missouri. Pirsein serves on the association's board of directors as well as its strategic planning committee, and chairs its education committee, according a press release from Community Bankers Association of Illinois.
Pirsein has been an active community banker for more than 38 years. He currently serves as finance chairman of the Pinckneyville Community Hospital Board, and as immediate past president of the Foundation for the Future of Pinckneyville Board. Pirsein also currently serves as a director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago where he is member of the Public Policy and Operations and Technology committees. Pirsein previously served two terms on the St. Louis Federal Reserve Boar where he held the position of audit committee chairman for several years. He graduated from SIU with a degree in finance and banking and has attended many banking schools, according to Community Bankers Association of Illinois.
Pirsein resides in Pinckneyville with his wife, Cindy.
— The Southern