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President and CEO of First National Bank and Trust, David N. Mccoy, CPA, Joins Beloit Health System Board of Trustees

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BELOIT, WI. Beloit Health System is pleased to welcome David N. McCoy, President, and CEO of First National Bank, in joining the Beloit Health System Board of Trustees.

David McCoy

McCoy, a longtime financial executive, joined First National Bank and Trust (FNBT) in 2016 as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and was promoted to President in January 2018, and President and CEO in 2019. Exceeding 30 years of banking and executive leadership, McCoy came to FNBT from The National Bank and Trust Company, where he held the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. McCoy is currently responsible for providing oversight for the sales teams, wealth management, human resources, information technology, marketing, and the internal loan and deposit operations teams. He is responsible for aligning financial goals and reporting with the bank’s strategic plan.

“I am humbled and blessed to be approved to serve the Health System and the Community in this capacity,” commented David McCoy. The Health System Board is responsible to ensure the Vision and Mission of the Health System are carried out in a manner that best serves the Community.

“David will be a tremendous addition,” said Timothy McKevett, President and CEO. “His finance, accounting, and leadership qualities will be of great asset to the Board.” McCoy will begin his term in January of 2020.

About Beloit Health System

Beloit Health System is an independent community health system serving northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. We offer world-class facilities and services to improve the overall health of the communities we serve with cornerstones for quality, engagement, integrity, and patient satisfaction.

If you would like more information about this release, please contact Megan Goggin, Manager of Marketing and Community Relations at Beloit Health System.