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July 12, 2019
COVENANT BANK INTRODUCES PAOLI BRANCH STAFF
John C. Spier, Chief Executive Officer and Blair T. Rush, President and Chief Operating Officer of Covenant Bank are pleased to announce the hiring of 3 employees to the Bank’s new Paoli Branch.
Meghan Kelly has been hired as Vice President & Branch and Deposit Relationship Manager where she will oversee the day-to-day operations of the branch, develop business, and attend community events. Previously, she worked in the Chester, Delaware, & Montgomery County areas. Meghan is involved in the community and serves on the Board of Directors for two local non-profits, Pennsylvania Resources Council and Friends of the Delaware County Women’s Commission. Currently, she is involved in the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, Main Line Chamber of Commerce, and the Wayne Women’s Networking Circle.
Sean Rinda has joined the Covenant Bank team as Vice President & Corporate Development Officer. Sean will also develop business and introduce Covenant Bank to the Chester and surrounding counties. Sean previously was with other local banks and has an impressive track record bringing in deposits. He is very active in the community and has served on various non-profit boards. Sean is currently on the Board of Directors for the Exton Regional Chamber of Commerce and is also involved in the Mail Line County Chamber of Commerce.
Kathy Milliken has been hired as a Universal Banker for the office. She has over 13 years’ experience in banking and is ready to help you with all your banking needs.
The branch is located in an office complex at 1500 E. Lancaster Avenue, Paoli, PA 19301 and is already off to a great start. “By adding a branch to our existing loan production office, we are able to offer a full menu of loan and deposit products for individuals and businesses as well as accept deposits on site” says Blair Rush, President & Chief Operating Officer.
“We’re excited to introduce Covenant Bank to this new market, meet the local businesses, and show them how Covenant Bank can help them grow. We’ll serve as your “bridge to success” by offering a full range of services without all the fees and customizing accounts to meet your needs. ” says Meghan Kelly, Vice President & Deposit Relationship Manager. “Our office is unique because of our location; we have branch hours, but what makes us different is that we’ll come to you to talk about Covenant Bank and set up your accounts. This way you can focus on your business and we’ll help you to meet your financial goals. ” added Corporate Development Officer, Sean Rinda.
Meghan, Sean & Kathy join our existing Loan Production office staff that includes Jay Power, Senior Vice President & Commercial Loan Officer and Libby Reed, Loan Office Administrator.
June 27, 2019
Covenant Bank donates $35,000 to The Center School of Abington
Covenant Bank is pleased to announce a donation in the amount of $35,000 has been made to the Center School of Abington, PA under the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC). Center School’s mission is to provide children who learn differently with a personalized education to realize their potential and reshape the way they view themselves and their future.
Covenant’s donation will go towards scholarships offered by the school to provide opportunities to students and potential students whose financial situation may otherwise prevent them from attending the Center School. Blair T. Rush, President & Chief Operating Officer commented, “Covenant Bank is proud to help make it possible for students to attend the Center School where they receive personalized education and the ability to identify their strengths and learn strategies to support their challenge areas.” Center School Head of School, Mindy Wawrzyniak commented “Without businesses like Covenant Bank, students would not have the opportunity to attend our school. We are thankful to Covenant Bank for their generous donation to our scholarship program.”
September 4, 2018
Covenant Bank donates $20,000 to The Pathway School
John C. Spier, Chief Executive Officer and Blair T. Rush, President and Chief Operating Officer of Covenant Bank announced today that Covenant Bank contributed $20,000 to The Pathway School to help provide funding for their STEM and Creative Arts/ Dram Programs that will enhance Pathway students’ academic experiences. Specifically, the funds will continue to expand students’ coding skills through the expertise of BSD Education consultants, purchase new curricula for Science and Technology as well as enhance Food Services’ technology for career education and development. The contribution will also enable over 40 students to experience theatre through the production of three plays each performed 4 times for parents and friends of the school thereby creating the opportunity for notable gains in communication, social skills, and self-esteem.
The Pathway School, a nonprofit-approved private school founded in 1961, serves students (ages 6 through 21) who have neurological impairments including Autism Spectrum Disorder, psychological disorders, and serious emotional disturbance. The school’s mission is to build academic, social, and life skills in students with special needs, to promote their success and independence after Pathway. David Schultheis, President of The Pathway School, shared, “This funding is critical to help our students gain skills that can be transferred into both academic classes and life application. We are so grateful for Covenant Bank’s generosity and commitment to the growth and development of our students.”
Covenant Bank has made Education Improvement Tax Credit program (EITC) contributions for seven consecutive years in support of the Scholarship Organization, Educational Improvement Organization, and Pre-Kindergarten Scholarship Organization categories. Blair T. Rush commented, “The EITC program is an important and productive way for Covenant Bank to support deserving nonprofit organizations. We consider it an honor to support The Pathway School in meeting their important mission and helping them continue to serve the community in this meaningful way.”
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