Mid Penn Bank Breaks Ground on New Halifax Branch

Posted on Aug 30th, 2017
Mid Penn breaks groung on new Halifax branch
Mid Penn Bank recently broke ground on its new branch in Halifax Township. The branch, located at 3663 Peters Mountain Road along Route 225, is slated to open in the first quarter of 2018. Pictured at the groundbreaking are several members of the bank’s board of directors and executive management team. From left to right: Chief Retail Officer Kelly Neiderer, Director Robert Klinger, Chief Lending Officer Scott Micklewright, Board Vice-Chairman William Specht, Director Matthew DeSoto, Board Chairman Robert Grubic, Director John Noone, President and CEO Rory Ritrievi, Chief Financial Officer Michael Peduzzi and Director Steven Boyer.

Mid Penn Bank, a subsidiary of Mid Penn Bancorp Inc. (NASDAQ: MPB), recently broke ground on its new branch in Halifax Township. The branch, located at 3663 Peters Mountain Road along Route 225, is slated to open in the first quarter of 2018.

The branch will be a full-service retail location to accommodate personal, business, agricultural, nonprofit and municipal customers, and will be staffed by three to five employees.

“We’re excited to break ground on our new Halifax branch and, by doing so, reaffirm our commitment to this great community,” said Mid Penn Bank President and CEO Rory G. Ritrievi. “Upper Dauphin County has been our home for the last 150 years. As we continue to grow and plan for the future, we are reminded of the strong foundation we have built in this community. We thank our Upper Dauphin neighbors for their continued support of Mid Penn Bank.”

In addition to traditional branch banking, Mid Penn also offers online banking, mobile banking and telephone banking to provide customers with on-the-go, instant account access.

About Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc.

Mid Penn Bancorp Inc. (NASDAQ: MPB), through its banking subsidiary, Mid Penn Bank, has been serving Central Pennsylvania since 1868. Headquartered in Millersburg, Pennsylvania, Mid Penn Bank has 23 retail locations in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Luzerne, Northumberland and Schuylkill counties. The bank offers a diverse portfolio of products and services to meet the personal and business banking needs of the community. To learn more about Mid Penn Bank, visit midpennbank.com.


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