Two Kish bankers join the 40-year club
STATE COLLEGE — James Shilling, executive vice president and chief business banking officer; and Larry Burger, vice president and commercial relationship manager; both of Kish Bank, were recognized for serving 40 or more years in the banking industry at the Pennsylvania Bankers Association Group 5 and Group 6 meetings held this spring.
The 40-Year Club consists of regular members of PA Bankers, who have completed 40 or more years of service in Pennsylvania’s banking industry.
Shilling has served the banking industry for 42 years.
He joined Kish Bank in 1991, and is currently
responsible for the development and delivery of all lending and non-lending business banking services at the bank.
Shilling holds a bachelor’s degree from Penn State in economics and is a graduate of the National Commercial Lending Graduate School, the Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s Advanced School of Banking and the School of Commercial Lending.
Burger has also served the banking industry for 42 years. He joined Kish Bank in 2003, and leads the bank’s commercial lending activities in Huntingdon County.
Burger holds an associate’s degree in accounting from the Altoona School of Commerce and is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s School of Commercial Lending.