Hometown Champions

Hometown Champions: Turbotville National Bank

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Turbotville National Bank, a community bank serving customers in Northumberland County and beyond. Chartered in 1910, Turbotville National Bank remains dedicated to their work and continually strives to live up to its motto, “large enough to serve you, small enough to know you, and strong enough to protect you.” As the bank moves into its second century of service, it endeavors to be “ever larger, to serve you better, ever stronger to protect you more, but never too large to be a friend to each one of their customers.” Read More

Hometown Champions: Farmers National Bank

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Farmers National Bank, a community bank operating 20 community offices across western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Chartered in 1900, Farmers National Bank is dedicated to their work and serving their communities. Over the past 119 years, they have remained committed to staying an independent community bank, striving to offer the highest standard in industry competitive products and services. As they continue to strengthen their organization, they act not only to benefit the bank, but also their customers, businesses, communities, and their employees. Read More
Farmers National Bank

Hometown Champions: Harleysville Bank

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Harleysville Bank, a community bank operating branches across Montgomery County. Chartered in 1915, Harleysville Bank continues to serve their community with trust, fairness, teamwork, customer service, honesty and integrity. Harleysville Bank’s mission is to create value for their customers, team members, stockholders and community by consistently providing an exceptional community banking experience. Read More
Harleysville Bank

Hometown Champions: MCS Bank

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from PennCrest BANK, serving customers in Blair and Cambria Counties for more than a century. They are truly a part of their community, standing by them through good times and bad, never wavering from their mission. PennCrest BANK prides themselves as being there to fulfill their community’s banking needs with high-quality products and unsurpassed service. When they meet a product or service goal, they set their sights higher, always striving to exceed customer expectations. Read More
MCS Bank

Hometown Champions: PennCrest BANK

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from PennCrest BANK, serving customers in Blair and Cambria Counties for more than a century. They are truly a part of their community, standing by them through good times and bad, never wavering from their mission. PennCrest BANK prides themselves as being there to fulfill their community’s banking needs with high-quality products and unsurpassed service. When they meet a product or service goal, they set their sights higher, always striving to exceed customer expectations. Read More
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Hometown Champions: Ambler Savings Bank

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Ambler Savings Bank, serving customers in Montgomery County since 1874. Ambler Savings Bank is committed to treating their customers like a part of their family and serving their communities by being more than just a bank. They believe in building a relationship with each of their customers to meet all of their needs. Ambler Savings Bank’s Board of Trustees, management and staff really understand the communities they serve because they are an active part of these communities. This means their customers are provided with quick and creative solutions for their banking needs by the bank’s experienced professionals. Read More

Hometown Champions: PACB

Since this will be our last printed edition of Transactions, we decided that it was only fitting for us to chat with the hometown champions from PACB. Our team wanted to give you a little insight into who we are and how we started working for you. While we may never meet all of our readers face-to-face, we still want you to feel like you konw us whenever we speak on the phone or via email. PACB's mission is "Empowering community bankers to serve today – Preparing the next generation to serve tomorrow." We are the team behind the scenes, striving to carry out that mission. Read More

Hometown Champions: Port Richmond Savings

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Port Richmond Savings, serving the Philadelphia neighborhood of Port Richmond. True to its long-established Polish community, Port Richmond's main streets are lined with Polish markets, delis, bakeries and restaurants. The area is also known for the the restored trolleys running down Richmond Street, along the Delaware River. Port Richmond Savings is stalwart member of this community, serving both personal and business banking customers from the Philadelphia area. Read More

Hometown Champions: FHLBank Pittsburgh

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from FHLBank Pittsburgh, serving members of all sizes in Delaware, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Part of the Federal Home Loan Bank System established by Congress in 1932, the bank serves as a reliable source of funds for housing, jobs and growth in all economic cycles. FHLBank Pittsburgh's mission is to assure the flow of credit to their members to support housing finance and community lending, and they provide related services that enhance their businesses and vitalize their communities. Read More

Hometown Champions: Bank of Bird-in-Hand

This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Bank of Bird-in-Hand, an independent bank headquartered in Lancaster County. Opened on December 2, 2013, the bank was the first de novo bank in the United States in almost 3 years, and in Pennsylvania in over 5 years. Bank of Bird-in-Hand maintains a strong focus on agriculture, small businesses and consumer banking with state of the art banking technology, uncomplicated bank products and great personal service, making banking enjoyable again for their customers. Read More
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