October 31st Actors – Reading Eagle
The bank has launched a new commercial banking team covering Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties. Known as the Capital Region Team, experienced commercial bankers have visited a growing list of clients in central Pennsylvania in recent months.
The introduction of the new team enables the bank to serve the needs of commercial clients throughout south-central Pennsylvania.
Robert Fischer, Executive Vice President, Director of Loans, PA / NJ Market for Customers Bank, will be responsible for leading the team to deliver exceptional service and value through the bank’s high-tech / high-contact single point of contact. banking model that delivers memorable customer experiences and builds long-term relationships.
Zachary Flynn was hired by Customers Bank to join the team as Senior Vice President, Market Leader. Flynn brings over 30 years of commercial banking expertise spanning commercial and retail lending, operations and strategic planning, including CRE and wealth management acquired at large national and community banks. In his new role, Flynn will oversee the management and development of the commercial banking team, including commercial loan and deposit growth, facility identification and procurement, personnel management, introduction and brand improvement, etc.
Stephen Goodrich has joined the Customers Bank Central Pennsylvania team as Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending. Goodrich has over 19 years of commercial banking experience serving clients in Lancaster, York and Harrisburg. He will be responsible for working with business clients in the area and is a member of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce.
Commercial bankers from the West Reading executive office will complete the team while other hires will be made, according to Fischer.
The team will focus on private companies with revenues between $ 5 million and $ 100 million that need help with working capital financing, owner-occupied mortgage financing or financing. investment real estate, as well as companies requiring sophisticated cash management solutions for their cash management needs. The group will also expand its relationships within the financial services, financial technology and specialty finance sectors.
Jonestown Bank and Trust
Robert B. Weidler Jr. joined JBT as CFO. He reprizes the role of William Roth, who retires from JBT in November after 18 years.
Weidler graduated from the University of Shippensburg. Prior to joining JBT, Weidler worked for Riverview Bank for 25 years, most recently as Senior Vice President and Controller. A resident of Elizabethtown, Weider is a member of Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church.
Power System Associates
James F Stone PE of Power System Associates, Inc., Fleetwood, recently presented an article titled “The Electrical System of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company” at the recent Society of Industrial Archeology Annual Conference in Bethlehem. The document dealt with the massive Hauto steam-producing power plant that powers large-scale mining in Schuylkill and Carbon counties and powers the Bethlehem steelworks at 25 cycles of power as well as others. major industries in the 1960s.
The uniqueness and breadth of the 25-cycle distribution system and the many large-scale machines and engines were examined and discussed. The document also followed the evolution of the first electrical equipment and installations in current practices.
Stone’s area of expertise is the application, maintenance and studies of large scale high voltage systems. He is a graduate of Penn State University and has taken advanced courses in this area.
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