NEWPORT - The First National Bank of Mifflintown has announced it will open a twelfth branch office in the Newport area.
The new office, which will be located on Red Hill Road, was celebrated on June 27 with a groundbreaking ceremony, according
to a press release by
The First National Bank of Mifflintown has announced its expansion into the Newport area by opening a twelfth branch office on Red Hill Road. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on June 27 at the new site. At the ceremony, from left to right, are: Adam Abraham, project manager at Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates; Tim Stayer, First National Bank of Mifflintown vice president; David McMillen, bank director and general contractor; David Swartz, bank director; Tom Nehilla, of Rhoads & Sinon LLP; Jody D. Graybill bank president and CEO; Pat Henry, bank board chairman; Dale Beaver, chairman of Howe Township Board of Supervisors; John J. Amsler, Perry County commissioner; Nancy S. Bratton, bank director; Brenda Benner, Perry County commissioner; Audra Hunter, bank branch manager; Pete Brummer, of the bank advisory board at the Delaware office; and Charles Smith, of the bank advisory board at the Delaware office.
the First National Bank
"The bank is looking forward to expanding its service area into this part of Perry County," bank president and CEO Jody Graybill said in the release.
"Being an independent, community bank enables us to make our lending and other decisions locally. We will be committed to becoming partners in success with the customers and community in our new location," Graybill continued.
The First National Bank of Mifflintown, which was founded in 1864, has offices in Juniata and Perry Counties. It has grown from $54 million in 1990 to more than $370 million currently, the release states.
For more information call 436-2144 or (877) 362-6433, or visit www.fnbmifflintown.com.