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Newsmakers: Banking and Finance

Businesses featured this week: Centric Bank, Mid Penn Bank, York Traditions Bank

Millersburg-based Mid Penn Bank named Robert W. Garrison assistant vice president and cash management operations officer. He has more than 30 years of financial services experience and was vice president of account services with Golden 1 Credit Union in California. Brian W. Rice was named a commercial loan officer. He was a relationship manager with M&T Bank. He has five years of experience and a bachelor’s degree in English from Franklin & Marshall College. Missy G. Hartman was named a business development officer. She has more than eight years of experience and was a business banking relationship manager with Susquehanna Bank.

Lower Paxton Township-based Centric Bank named Michael Folkemer a mortgage loan officer. He will develop relationships with real estate agents, lawyers and title companies. He has a bachelor’s degree from York College. Cory G. Bishop was named an assistant vice president and SBA and commercial lending officer. He was a credit analyst. He has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Penn State. Steven Snedeker was named a vice president and commercial lending officer with the Governor Road office. He has more than 14 years of banking experience, most recently as a commercial lender with Jonestown Bank and Trust. He has a bachelor’s degree in management from Clarion University and a master’s degree in accounting and finance management from DeVry University. He also is an online personal finance instructor with the University of Phoenix.

York Township-based York Traditions Bank named Michael H. Hady III a business development partner. He was a project management consultant for the bank during the development, design and construction of the Eisenhower Drive office. Previously, he was vice president of business development with Memorial Hospital and executive director of the Healthy York County Coalition. He has a business degree from Shippensburg University. Also named to new positions were Elizabeth Blew, human resources generalist; Matthew Chronister, client care specialist for the York and Hanover branches; Susan Glass, deposit operations assistant; Eileen Shea, marketing and design specialist; Donna Szepesi, electronic banking specialist; and Enas Anderson and Shaniya Green, client-care specialist trainees. Tammy Hayes was named a client care expert; Alison Keeling, a senior personal banker; Carmen Ivette Nelson, a client-care specialist and Ruth Shaffer, a branch manager with the Eisenhower Drive branch. Maggie Little was named a client-care specialist with the Susquehanna Trail branch, and Sue Ann Randall was named a client-care specialist with the Eastern Boulevard branch.

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