American Community Bank & Trust welcomes Shelly Casella-Dercole as new board member

 
Submitted by American Community Bank & Trust
Updated 2/8/2019 10:05 PM
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  • Shelly Casella-Dercole, Board of Directors,Eder, Casella & Co., Eder CasellaTechnology, LLC

    Shelly Casella-Dercole, Board of Directors,Eder, Casella & Co., Eder CasellaTechnology, LLC Courtesy of Chris Raecker

American Community Bank & Trust in Woodstock is excited to announce that Shelly Casella-Dercole was appointed to the Board of Directors as of January 1.

Shelly serves as the Managing Partner at Eder, Casella & Co., a full-service certified public accounting firm, and Eder Casella Technology, LLC, an IT consulting company.

"We are pleased to welcome Shelly to the board," stated Charles Ruth, board chairman. "Her drive and extensive knowledge of the tax and financial industry will make her a great asset."

Shelly has been with Eder, Casella & Co. since 1998, and her name has been on the door since 1999. The firm has three offices (McHenry, Barrington and Gurnee) and over 50 employees. As Managing Partner, Shelly works out of both the McHenry and Barrington offices, and serves a range of clients herself, including high net worth individuals and families, business owners, not-for-profit organizations, and a variety of local governments. She is devoted to her clients, and enjoys making a positive impact in her clients' daily lives and long-term goals.

About American Community Bank & Trust

American Community Bank & Trust was founded in 2000 by a group of local business leaders who believed that a refined focus on McHenry County would allow a deeper commitment to the success and prosperity of local clients. They were also inspired to keep the significant and sustaining benefits of access to capital, financial advice and wealth management within their community.

Currently, the bank has assets of over $557 million, 65 employees, and four Illinois locations. It is a full-service community bank offering loans and traditional FDIC-insured accounts, as well as wealth management. (Investment services are not deposits, not FDIC insured, not guaranteed by the bank and may go down in value.)

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