MID PENN BANK ESTABLISHES REGIONAL STRUCTURE IN CONJUNCTION WITH CONTINUED GROWTH
Mid Penn Bank today announced that it has established a new regional structure for its growing footprint. The four regions are defined as the Scottdale region (including Westmoreland and Fayette counties); the Lancaster region (including Lancaster County); the Northern region (including the upper part of Dauphin County, as well as Schuylkill, Luzerne and Northumberland counties); and the Capital region (including the lower part of Dauphin County and the eastern part of Cumberland County). Each region will be led by a regional president.
Regional presidents are Alex Kauffman, Joan Dickinson, Mark Ketch and Heather Hall. Each president served as a commercial lender before receiving this promotion. Kauffman, president of the Scottdale region, has been with Mid Penn Bank since 2012. Dickinson, the Lancaster regional president, has been with the bank since 2013. Ketch and Hall, presidents of the Northern and Capital regions respectively, have each been with Mid Penn Bank since 2016.
“This structure will allow us to provide better and faster service to our customers,” said Mid Penn Bank President and CEO Rory G. Ritrievi. “Having these leaders in each of our geographical areas will allow us to provide premiere customer service across the state of Pennsylvania.”
Each regional president will lead a team of employees to develop service delivery strategies that are tailored to meet the needs of customers in each region. This structure change also allows for decision makers and service-level providers in each geographical region of Mid Penn Bank.
About Mid Penn
Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: MPB), headquartered in Millersburg, Pa., has been serving the community since 1868. Mid Penn has 29 retail locations in the state of Pennsylvania. Its footprint includes Cumberland, Dauphin, Fayette, Lancaster, Luzerne, Northumberland, Schuylkill and Westmoreland counties. The bank offers a comprehensive portfolio of products and services to meet the banking needs of the communities it serves. To learn more about Mid Penn Bank, visit midpennbank.com.