Retired bank executive brings decades of experience to role as board member
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (January 7, 2019) – Penn Community Bank, the region’s leading independent, mutual financial organization, is proud to announce that John Foff has joined its board of directors.
A former executive of Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, Foff has more than 40 years of experience in the financial profession. At the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, Foff was responsible for building strong business relationships with all financial institutions in eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware. Prior to that, he served in a variety of roles for financial institutions of all sizes throughout southeast Pennsylvania.
“We are pleased to welcome John to Penn Community Bank’s board of directors,” said board chair Robert L. Byers. “After a long career in banking, John has built strong relationships with the financial institutions in our region, and we all will benefit greatly from the insight he brings.”
Over the course of his career, Foff has played active roles in the Financial Managers Society, Pennsylvania Bankers Association, and Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers. He also previously served as national chairman for the Financial Managers Society. Foff retired in 2018; he lives in Maple Glen, Pennsylvania.
“The way people bank today may have changed over the years but one thing that hasn’t changed is the need for financial experts who can solve people’s problems, and do so with a smile,” said Foff. “I look forward to working with the Penn Community Bank team to continue developing top quality products and services and improving the experience for every customer, every day.”
In addition to Byers and Foff, the Penn Community Bank board of directors includes: Vice Chairman William P. Larkin, Jr., and board members Ross Choate, Cheri H. Freeh, Krista Pool Harper, Bruce Iacobucci, W. Thomas Lomax, Jeane M. Vidoni, Bruce Weed, and Mark Worthington.
About Penn Community: Penn Community Bank holds more than $2 billion in assets, employs more than 300 people, and offers banking, lending, insurance and investments at 25 bank financial centers and two administrative centers throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties, Pennsylvania. As an independent, mutual financial institution, Penn Community Bank is not publicly traded and operates with its long-term mission in mind: to help businesses grow and prosper, to provide financial resources to individuals and families throughout their lifetimes, to strengthen the local economy, and to partner with local organizations to act as a catalyst for positive growth in every market it serves.