WOODSTOCK – American Community Bank & Trust announced the appointment of Julie Chamberlin and Michael Flood to its board of directors.
Julie Chamberlin is president of Berger Excavating Contractors Inc., one of the largest earthmoving and underground utility contractors in northern Illinois.
She received a Bachelor of Science and a master’s degree in business from the University of Hartford in Connecticut. She is a trustee on the Chicago Laborers Welfare Board and active in the Illinois Road Builders Association, Lake County Contractors Association and Underground Contractors Association. She lives in Wauconda with her husband and three children.
Michael J. Flood is a partner at Caulfield & Flood Certified Public Accountants, a firm with offices in Crystal Lake and Chicago. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in public accounting from Loyola University and holds a master’s degree in taxation from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He is a member of the Illinois CPA Society and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He serves on the board of directors of Options & Advocacy for McHenry County and the Crystal Lake Chamber Foundation. He also serves on the finance committees of the Huntley Area Chamber of Commerce and St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church. He lives in Lakewood with his wife and four children.
“We are pleased to have both Ms. Chamberlin and Mr. Flood join our bank’s board of directors and believe their business and accounting backgrounds provide important skills for a board in our industry,” Chairman Chuck Ruth said in a news release.
American Community Bank & Trust, founded in March 2000, is locally owned and managed. It has banks in Crystal Lake, Huntley, McHenry and Woodstock. It has more than $500 million in assets.