Julie Bramlitt is taking on the title of assistant vice president/investment adviser, Orrstown announced in a news release. She is coming to the bank with 11 years of experience as an investment adviser in Central Pennsylvania and a 22-year background in the financial services industry.
In her new role, she will support Orrstown’s financial advisers in Dauphin and Lancaster counties, two areas where the Shippensburg-based bank has looked to expand its footprint in recent years.
Orrstown has 25 locations throughout central Pennsylvania and Maryland, including a recently opened regional office in Swatara Township. The bank has about $1.4 billion in assets.
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