Bank announces board appointments
Randall E. Black, CEO and president of First Citizens National Bank in Mansfield, has announced the appointment of Mark Gannon, Richard Jones, Rick Hoover, and Byron Wright to local boards of directors in the east region of the bank's market.
Mark Gannon will serve on the Towanda local board of directors. He is a graduate of Penn State University, and is CEO of Gannon Associates in Towanda. He is a board member of the Towanda Area School District, the Bradford County United Way, and the Towanda Memorial Hospital. Gannon is president of the Towanda Area School District Foundation, and is a volunteer track coach for Towanda High School. He and his family reside in Wysox.
Richard Jones will serve on the LeRaysville/Rome local board. He is the third-generation owner and operator of Jones Garage in Rome, and volunteers for the Vigilante Fire Co. and the Rome Cemetery Association. Jones coaches NEBALL Little League and Upward Basketball. He lives in Rome with his wife and children.
Both Rick Hoover and Byron Wright have joined the Troy/Gillett/Stateline local board. Hoover is a graduate of Penn State University and is president of Hoover Hardware and Gifts in Troy. Hoover's community involvement includes serving on the Alparon Park Committee, the Maple Festival Committee, and member of the Scottish Rite, Valley of Towanda and Consistory Valley of Williamsport. He and his family live in Troy. Wright graduated from Williamsport Area Community College, and is founder and president of Wrightcut EDM & Machine Inc in Elmira. Wright serves as fire chief for the Big Elm Fire Department, treasurer for the Jackson Township Fireman's Relief Association, and is the Wells Jackson Little League Coach. He volunteers for the Wells Township Park Committee. Wright and his family reside in Gillett.
"We are pleased to have such a strong group of local business owners who are so involved in their communities join our local boards," stated Randall E. Black, CEO and president. "Local board members are our direct link to what's going on in the community and allow us to further strengthen our partnership with the consumers and businesses in those communities. All of these individuals will play a integral role in growing the markets in our East region."
First National Bank of Pennsylvania, the largest subsidiary of F.N.B. Corp., has announced the recent hiring of Michael Morrison as assistant vice president and business development officer. In this role, Morrison will maintain a focus on developing new small business relationships, servicing existing business relationships and enhancing First National Bank's visibility in the Williamsport and Lewisburg markets. He will report to Paul Puleo, senior vice president for small business banking.
Prior to joining First National Bank, Morrison served as branch manager for Sovereign Bank in South Williamsport. He attended the Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport. He is a past volunteer for both the United Way and Alzheimer's Research in Lycoming County.
Milton Savings Bank has a new face. D. Scott Pfaff has joined the staff at Milton Savings Bank as chief operations and compliance officer. Pfaff comes to Milton with more than 25 years experience in the financial industry. He is a graduate of Lycoming College with a degree in accounting and resides in Montoursville with his wife and two daughters.