Stephen Harrison Joins Traditions Bank as Manager of St. Charles Way branch


We’re Pleased to Welcome Stephen Harrison to our Team of Best-in-Class Associates

Traditions Bank (OTC Pink: TRBK), headquartered at 226 Pauline Drive in York Township, announces the addition of Stephen Harrison as Manager of their St. Charles Way office, located in South York.

Mr. Harrison has spent more than 20 years in retail and customer service, eventually joining Waypoint Bank as a branch manager. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Duquesne University. Immediately prior to joining Traditions Bank, Mr. Harrison worked at Northwest Bank as a branch manager.

“The choice to become a part of the Traditions Bank team was simple,” shared Harrison. “Many of my mentors that I have looked up to throughout my banking career have joined Traditions Bank and I knew there must be something special here. Just in my short time at the bank, that has proven to be true.”

“Stephen’s years of experience will serve our customers and community well,” notes Bradley Willow, Managing Director of Personal and Private Banking. “His passion and commitment to building relationships exemplifies our Core Values.”

Mr. Harrison resides in the area and is actively involved in serving the community with a passion for promoting literacy. He volunteers as the chair of the governance committee of the York County Literacy Council, and formerly served as the board chair of the organization. He is also a member of the York Rotary literacy committee.


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