The Dime Bank Celebrates Employee Milestones
Each year The Dime Bank holds a dinner event to recognize staff who are celebrating a five-year incremental anniversary of employment with The Dime Bank. In addition to the social portion of the evening, each celebrant receives a special anniversary gift of their choosing, and during the month of their anniversary those celebrating twenty plus years are honored at a Board meeting. Over the course of 2015, The Dime Bank will recognize the career milestones of twenty-five employees.
Gary C. Beilman, president and chief executive officer stated, “Celebrating the tenure of our employees is one of my favorite events. Each and every one of these individuals bring their unique and extraordinary qualities and talents to the bank and to the customers we serve. They make The Dime Bank a special place. I am proud to extend sincere congratulations and thanks to all of this year's honorees on behalf of our directors and all of the employees at The Dime Bank.”
Those who were feted at the dinner with years of tenure in brackets are left to right back row: Harmony Schmitt (5), Linda Calabro (15), Deborah Unflat (15), Tom Didato (10), Donna Vogel (10), Cheryl Bancroft (5), Julene McGraw (20), Janette Davis (20), Eileen Jaggars (30), Bryan Rupp (10), Meghan Gibbons (5); front row: Connie Wilson (10), Suzanne Mansfield (15), Patricia Bakos (10), Victoria DiGiuseppe (5), Alesha Popolillo (5), Pam Kerber Gehman (20), Chase Holl (5), Amy Burke (10), Larry Bush (10). Not present: Jaimie Fiebiger (5), Danielle Tigue (5), Lacey Churmblo (10), Mary Carol Hanis (10), Jacqueline Saladino (10).
The Dime Bank has been helping customers meet their financial needs since 1905. Serving its primary market of Northeastern Pennsylvania, the bank offers a full array of financial services ranging from traditional products to electronic banking and wealth management services. For more information on The Dime Bank, visit www.thedimebank.com. Community banking yields community benefits.
Source: The Dime Bank / Deborah Unflat / June 23, 2015