PS Bank Welcomes Aimee O'Connor

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Anthony J. Gabello, President and Chief Executive Officer, is pleased to announce the hiring of Aimee O’Connor as Branch Manager/Assistant Vice President of the Bank’s Wysox and North Towanda offices.

Ms. O’Connor has worked in banking for the last 8 years and has obtained valuable experience in the specialties of retail sales, mortgage origination, business development, and branch supervision.  

“Aimee brings strong relationship building skills to PS Bank. Her experience in community banking in Bradford County will be a true asset to our growing team,” said Gabello.

Ms. O’Connor attended Mansfield University. She serves the community as President of the Bradford County United Way. She held previous roles as President of the Central Bradford Chamber of Commerce, member of Towanda Rotary Club, and board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Tiers.

Ms. O’Connor resides in Towanda with her husband George. They have two children, a daughter Jordan and a son Nick

PS Bank is an independent community bank established in 1914 with eight locations throughout Bradford, Sullivan, Wyoming, Lackawanna, and Susquehanna counties.  PS Mortgage, a division of PS Bank, provides mortgage financing to include VA, FHA, PHFA, and USDA Rural Housing. 

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