This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Tioga-Franklin Savings Bank. Core principles of the bank include conservative investing, offering competitive rates to both depositors and borrowers, responding quickly and courteously to customer concerns, and keeping fees to a minimum. Their employees have a simple goal; extraordinary customer service. They accomplish this by observing a common set of values. There are no shortcuts; they believe that their goals are accomplished only with real commitment from each one of their employees. It is the employees that continually strive to make Tioga-Franklin Savings Bank “the little bank with the big difference.”
This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Jim Thorpe Neighborhood Bank. It is the goal of Jim Thorpe Neighborhood Bank to serve as the “financial cornerstone of the community” by maintaining their status as a truly independent bank and through the development, sale and servicing of high-quality financial services and products. The bank has always adhered to, and will continue to adhere to, the principles of service, integrity and trust. They continue to grow and prosper while maintaining a consistent and superior return on investment with their stockholders, employees and community.
This month, we chat with the hometown champions from F&M Trust. Since 1906, F&M Trust has been committed to meeting the needs of its customers as an independent community bank. Bank employees don’t just say that they’ve got a passion for helping their customers; they prove it daily. They recognize that finances are just part of the big picture. More important are the dreams, hopes, and aspirations of their neighbors and friends. F&M Trust employees spend over 800 hours annually volunteering at community events and serving on boards and committees with non-profit organizations.
This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Clarion County Community Bank. The Clarion County Community Bank opened for business on January 8, 2004 and currently operates in four locations; the main office in Clarion and branch offices in New Bethlehem, Rimersburg and Franklin, Pennsylvania. A publicly traded company on the OTC Pink Marketplace, under the symbol CCYY, Clarion Co. Community Bank provides financial services in both Clarion and Venango Counties. The bank provides checking and savings accounts, residential mortgage, commercial real estate, and commercial and consumer loans throughout its service area, providing residents access to equity for any and all of their personal and business needs, proving the truth of their motto: “Clarion County Community Bank, there is a difference!”
by: Diane Sweeney Jon Conklin’s entry into the banking industry may have been by accident, but his current position as CEO of Woodlands Bank, and 2019-2020 PACB Chairman, seems to have been designed by fate. Both positions keep him right where he wants to be. As...
This month, we chat with the hometown champions from First United National Bank, a full-service community bank that has served Clarion County and surrounding areas continuously since 1909. They are an independent, hometown bank locally owned and operated with strong community ties. When customers bank with The FUN Bank, they invest in their community’s future. Neighbors serving neighbors – that is what First United National Bank is all about.
This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Fleetwood Bank, a community bank servicing customer across Berks County, Pennsylvania. Since 1907, Fleetwood Bank has remained committed to delivering the highest quality products, service and convenience in financial services. The bank is dedicated to being a true “Community Bank” – their employees live, work and play in their community. Fleetwood Bank measures their impact based on how involved they are in giving back to their community.
This month, we chat with the hometown champions from Mid Penn Bank, a community bank servicing customer’s across Pennsylvania. Since 1868, Mid Penn Bank has remained committed to serving the local community and providing comprehensive financial solutions. The bank has been named one of the “Top 200 Community Banks” and one of the “Best Banks to Work For” in the nation, has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania” and has been named a recipient of the “Grow Your Community Award” by PACB.
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.”
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.