The Dime Bank Introduces Arlyce Degnan, Lake Region Branch Manager
Arlyce Degnan joined The Dime Bank in the spring as a community banking manager for the Lake Region branch in Hawley, PA. Degnan has been in the financial services arena for over thirty years with experience in many positions within the branch ranging from deposit gathering and loan origination to investments and branch management. In her role with The Dime Bank, Degnan is leading the dedicated Lake Region team in providing modern financial services with a local, personal touch. She is responsible for developing and maintaining customer relationships and also overseeing the branch operation including residential, retail, and commercial loans.
Gary C. Beilman, president and chief executive officer of The Dime Bank, stated “Arlyce’s extensive banking background as a senior financial specialist is a big plus for The Dime Bank team. She possesses excellent interpersonal and communication skills along with a deep knowledge of financial products and banking regulations. Arlyce demonstrates every day that she truly cares about our customers and our staff. We are very pleased to have such an outstanding manager lead our Lake Region team.”
Degnan has extensive training in mortgage and small business lending, as well as IRAs and has successfully completed her education at the American Institute of Banking. She holds licenses in financial investment series 6 and 63 and is licensed to sell life and health insurance. Degnan lives in Milford with her husband, Richard. They have two children, Richard the II and Rachel. She is a member of St. Vincent Church in Dingmans Ferry and volunteers with the National Park Service and the Center for Developmental Disabilities.
The Dime Bank has been your trusted financial partner since 1905 and serves Northeastern Pennsylvania and Sullivan County, New York. The Bank offers a full array of financial services ranging from traditional products to electronic banking and wealth management services. For more information about The Dime Bank, visit www.thedimebank.com.