In February of 1910, seventeen civic-minded citizens of Turbotville showed faith in the future of the town by investing the sum of $25,000 to form the Turbotville National Bank. In July of the same year, a building located on Main Street was erected which was to serve as the home of the bank for nearly half a century. With Joseph Milnor appointed as the bank’s first Cashier, a position later renamed President, the Turbotville National Bank was in operation.
However, Mr. Milnor resigned soon after and was replaced by George Youngman on March 1, 1911. Until his death in 1954, the bank continued to grow and progress under the watchful eye of Mr. Youngman. The position of Cashier was filled by James Foust who previously served as the bank’s Assistant Cashier. In 1959, in order to better serve the needs of a growing community, the bank moved from its original location to where it stands today. Mr. Foust continued to serve as Cashier until his retirement in 1993. Upon Mr. Foust’s retirement, P. Thomas Yoder Jr. was appointed President & CEO, an employee since 1970. Under Mr. Yoder’s leadership, the Bank continued to experience success amid an ever-changing banking environment. In 2017, Mr. Yoder retired from the Bank with the current management group in place.
For over 100 years, the bank has strived to live up to its motto of “Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you, and strong enough to protect you.” As the bank moves forward, our priority will be to continue to provide our community with the excellent service it deserves.
President & CEO
William grew up in the Warrior Run School District. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance in 2004. Prior to joining the Bank, William worked in the financial industry for five years. In 2009, William joined the Bank’s Operation Department. In 2011, William was promoted to Vice President. Recently, he was appointed Executive Vice President/CEO. During his time at the Bank, William has been involved with the Lending, IT, Human Resources, Investment, and Interest Rate Risk departments. He also volunteers as a coach for youth soccer and basketball teams in the community.
Matt grew up on his family dairy farm in Clinton County. Matt graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting in 1999. While attending college, he began working for a public accounting firm in central Pennsylvania. In his public accounting career, Matt obtained his CPA license and worked for a variety of audit and tax customers. His specialties included audit and tax work for community banks. Matt left public accounting in May 2016 to come to our bank. He started in Loans/Operations and was recently promoted to Vice President & CFO. He currently is involved in lending, investments, and assists with administrative and reporting duties. He has lived in the Turbotville community for over 14 years.
Andrea has been a member of the Turbotville National Bank since 1988. Previously, she graduated from Warrior Run High School and worked for a law firm and other small businesses before coming to our bank. Andrea began her career here as a teller, but after a few months, was transferred to the loan department. While in the loan department, Andrea was essential in the underwriting process. Andrea has completed the PA Banker’s Association School of Banking. In 2011, Andrea was promoted to Loan Officer. Andrea assists customers with all loan types, including residential mortgages, VA mortgages, agricultural, and personal loans. Andrea also sits on the Loan, Audit and ALCO committees. She is actively involved in a number of community organizations serving as Treasurer or on committees.
Mary Sue Boush
Compliance and BSA Officer
Mary Sue is a life-long resident of the Turbotville area and Warrior Run alumnus. In 1988, she enter the banking field as a loan processor and teller. She joined the Turbotville National Bank in 1996. Her knowledge and experience allowed her to assist other bank departments and in 2004 she was promoted to Compliance Officer. She accepted the responsibility of BSA officer in 2014. Mary Sue effectively manages her departments as a key member of the Bank. A graduate of the PA Banker’s Association School of Banking and School of Compliance, Mary Sue demonstrates her vast skills by helping consumers with our Convenience Banking Solutions and assisting the loan department.
4710 State Route 54
Turbotville, PA 17772-0037
Telephone Banking: 570.649.6111
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