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L Rambert 2017

Lindsay Mohr
Assistant Vice President, Relationship Manager
(585) 419-0670 x50633
[email protected]

L Rambert 2017
Lindsay Mohr
Assistant Vice President, Relationship Manager
(585) 419-0670 x50633
[email protected]


Lindsay has been with Canandaigua National Bank & Trust since 2011 and has held many roles in retail banking. Prior to joining the Commercial Services Group, she spent 3 years as a Business Banking Officer in CNB’s Business Banking Unit working with clients with annual sales revenues under five million dollars.

In Lindsay’s current role as a Commercial Services Relationship Manager, she works with existing and prospective businesses on their lending and banking needs. She provides education and advice to all business types, including start-ups. Lindsay prides herself on thinking outside of the box when it comes to finding solutions for clients; if there is a way to make something work, Lindsay and her resources will find it.

Lindsay resides in Amherst, NY with her husband Alex. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys camping and snowmobiling in the Adirondacks with her family, hiking with her Labrador Retriever, cooking, reading, and working on creative-writing pieces.


St. John Fisher College – Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, Minor in Marketing
St. John Fisher College – MBA courses in Leadership, Management, Accounting, Financial Analysis, and Strategic Planning


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