First National Bank of Pennsylvania has opened a new branch office in downtown Sewickley and the community is invited to stop by and celebrate.
Light refreshments will be served Saturday at the new branch at 604 Beaver St. Visitors are invited to stop in and meet the local staff, including assistant vice president, manager Gerard "Gerry" Gloekler.
Gloekler, a Pittsburgh native, manages branch operations and sales efforts including the development of new business and customer service.
“We have been very involved in the Sewickley community for some time,” Vincent J. Delie, Jr., CEO of First National Bank and president and CEO of F.N.B. Corp., said in a press release. “We’ve consistently invested in the future of the Sewickley area by providing financial backing for community and business development. We’ve taken that commitment one step further by becoming a part of the community, and we can now offer our financial services to the businesses and organizations we’ve been supporting for some time.”
The officially opened on March 12, but a grand opening celebration is being planned for a later date.
First National Bank occupies 3,000 square feet of the 10,000 square-foot office building. In addition to comprehensive wealth management, the new full service branch offers private banking services, a full-service drive up kiosk and off-street parking.
is also located in the rear of the building. A store manager said the video and audio store reopened in the new location on Monday.