February 6th, 2017

ENB to Open New Office in Strasburg

Ephrata National Bank is excited to announce that it will be opening a new, full-service branch office in Strasburg. The office, located at 460 Historic Drive, will replace the Loan and Deposit Production office the bank opened at 100 Historic Drive in July of 2016. This will be a temporary location the bank will occupy while it builds a permanent office at the intersection of Historic Drive and North Decatur Street. Construction for that location is tentatively scheduled to begin in June with completion expected to take place sometime in late 2017.

Why is the bank opening a full-service location so soon after opening a Loan and Deposit Production Office? According to Craig Rodenberger, Vice President and Marketing Director, this was the bank’s plan all along. “With the upheaval caused by bank acquisitions in the Strasburg area, we wanted to quickly establish a presence as we believed that our brand attributes of community, stability, simplicity and consistency would resonate here. We had options for building a full-service office, but it was going to take time before any came to fruition. The Loan and Deposit Production Office, combined with our new drive-thru in Georgetown, allowed us to enter the market while we completed our final plan for moving forward. We could have remained in that office until the permanent location was built, but community feedback created an urgency to open a full-service location as soon as possible.”

Leading the Strasburg Team will be Office Manager Kimberly Tillman. Joining her as Financial Sales Associates will be Pamela Esh and Joy Short. Tellers will be Eileen Martin and Mathew Anderson. The branch will also serve as a home office for Derek Arnold, AVP – Commercial Relationship Officer, who is responsible for developing business banking relationships for ENB in Southern Lancaster County.

The office will be open from 8 am to 4 pm Monday thru Thursday with hours expanding to 8 am to 6 pm on Friday. Saturday hours will be 8 am to noon.