2013-2014 PCHS Students
of the Month/Year

Selection for Murphy‐Wall State Bank's Student of the Year Award starts at the beginning of the school year. Seniors apply for the honor by submitting an application essay, listing their high school activities and the importance of being involved, their community services and why they should be selected as Student of the Month. Nine students of the month are selected by an anonymous committee. Each student of the month receives $50 from Murphy‐Wall State Bank. The student of the year is chosen after an interviewing process with various employees of the bank with individual points scored in pre‐determined categories. The Student of the Year receives $500 from Murphy‐Wall State Bank.

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Logan Queen named 2014 Murphy-Wall State Bank Student of the Year

PCHS senior, Logan Queen was selected as the 2014 Murphy-Wall State Bank PCHS Student of the Year. Bank employee, Chuck Dobrinick, presented Logan this award during the Pinckneyville Community High School Honors Night ceremony. Congratulations to Logan, the Students of the Month and all PCHS graduates.


Murphy‐Wall State Bank would like to congratulate the 2013‐2014 students of the month:

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September SOM-Jordan Risley with AVP Brian Chandler; October SOM-Katie Kovic with VP Meschelle Brand; November SOM-Denise Bruns with VP Claudia Choate

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December SOM-Dayne Winter with VP Kathy Marlow; January SOM-Logan Queen with AVP Amy Cleland; February SOM-Danielle Bruns with EVP Susan Davis

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March SOM-Collin Smith with VP Barry Kellerman; April SOM-Leah Hopp with VP Missy Kellerman; May SOM-Alyssa Hirsch with EVP Robert Marlow

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Jennifer Pauley graduates from FLA

Murphy-Wall State Bank And Trust Company is proud to announce that employee Jennifer Pauley has graduated from the Future Leaders Alliance (FLA) Institute offered through the Illinois Bankers Association. The graduation commencement was held during the IBA's annual ONE Conference at the Embassy Suites in East Peoria on March 14th. The 13-month FLA Institute is dedicated to enhancing the professional development of new and promising bank leaders through three primary components: education, community service and networking. Read More