Team members who have devoted decades to a career in banking recognized by leading state professional organization
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (May 2018) – The Pennsylvania Bankers Association recently honored two Penn Community Bank team members, Robert Coffin and Sandy Breznican, for devoting 40 years or more to a career in banking.
“Bob and Sandy exemplify the standards of professionalism and customer service to which our entire team aspires,” said Penn Community Bank President and CEO Jeane M. Vidoni. “We honor them for their many years of dedication and thank them for making Penn Community Bank both a great place to work and a vital part of the community.”
Coffin is Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer of the bank. He has been instrumental in ensuring that Penn Community Bank grows in a controlled manner in accordance with its lending philosophy. A Penn State University graduate, Coffin is a lifelong resident of Bucks County and is involved in numerous service efforts in the community.
Breznican is a Penn Community Bank Officer and Manager of the branch in Southampton. As she embarks on her fifth decade as a community banking specialist, she continues to help small business owners and personal customers meet their financial goals. A lifelong resident of Bucks County, she is a member of the Southampton Business Association.
Coffin and Breznican were honored at a recent meeting of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association for their longtime service to the banking industry and also will be honored at Penn Community Bank’s upcoming team member dinner.
Based in Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania Bankers Association is the state’s leading banking trade association representing a diverse membership. It offers continuing education programs and government relations representation on behalf of the industry and provides numerous products and services for financial institutions and their employees.
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 24 bank branches and two administrative centers throughout Bucks County and Montgomery County, 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.