The Pennsylvania Bankers Association announced its newly elected 2020-21 board of directors.
Due to the cancellation of the annual convention, the new members were confirmed at the Annual Meeting held virtually on June 9. The 23-member board will oversee the association’s strategic direction, policies, professional development offerings, member services and advocacy efforts. The 2020-21 terms run from July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021.
J. Bradley Scovill, president and chief executive officer of C&N, Wellsboro, will serve as the board chair. Other officers include First Vice Chair, Wesley M. Weymers, The Gratz Bank; Second Vice Chair, Mark A. RitterThe Northumberland National Bank; Immediate Past Chair, T. Michael Price, First Commonwealth Financial Corporation.
Additional members of the board of directors include:
Professional Development: Gregory T. Hayes, Kish Bank.
Government Relations: Blair T. Rush, Covenant Bank.
Member Relations: David R. Hunsicker, New Tripoli Bank.
Deposit Category Representatives:
Category A ($0-$300M in deposits): James Wang, Asian Bank.
Category B ($301-$750M in deposits): Elaine Woodland, First Keystone Community Bank.
Category C ($750M-$2.5B in deposits): Randall E. Black, president and chief executive officer; First Citizens Community Bank; Mansfield.
Category D ($2.5B+ in deposits): Ronald J. Seiffert,; Northwest Bank.
PA Bankers Group Representatives:
Group 1: John C. Gill, CFS Bank.
Group 2: Duane J. Brobst, Univest Bank and Trust Company.
Group 3: Anthony J. Gabello, PS Bank; Wyalusing.
Group 4: Jeffrey J. Kapsar, Mifflinburg Bank and Trust Company.
Group 5: Eugene J. Draganosky, York Traditions Bank.
Group 6: Jeffrey A. Stopko,AmeriServ Financial Bank.
Philip H. Johnson, M&T Bank; Williamsport.
Francis J. Leto, The Bryn Mawr Trust Company.
Mary Griffin Cummings, Esq., FNCB Bank.
Susie B. Shipley, The Huntington Bank; Columbus, Ohio
J. Duncan Campbell III, Pennsylvania Bankers Association.
David P. Ruddock, S&T Bank.