With federal mortgage interest rates at historic lows, now may be the time to talk to us about making the most of your mortgage. Many people don’t realize that when you buy a home, you don’t necessarily need to keep the same mortgage and rate for the life of the loan.
Tompkins VIST Bank announced that Matt Sullivan has joined the company as a mortgage loan originator team. In his position, he is responsible for recommending mortgage products that works best for the customer.
Tompkins VIST Bank recently continued its tradition of hosting an annual luncheon for agricultural customers, and this year – the fifth – was the most successful yet. Over 200 guests, more than the past years, attended the event at the Leesport Farmers Market in Berks County. The meal included pulled pork, corn on the cob and ice cream. It was served by Tompkins VIST senior leadership and staff. Bank President and CEO Scott Gruber welcomed the group and introduced the agricultural banking team members as well as local officials.
Independence Day: The perfect time to highlight business online lending. Even before the first Independence Day, small businesses have been the backbone of the U.S. economy. In fact, many of our founding fathers were business owners: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Hamilton, to name just a few.
Tompkins VIST Bank today announced that James Whitton, of Collegeville, has been promoted to Business Market Leader for the Greater Philadelphia area, a new position. He previously was senior vice president, a title he retains, and regional commercial loan manager. He is responsible for expanding the bank’s presence in the Philadelphia area by seeking out business development opportunities and leading and coordinating the commercial sales teams’ efforts.
Tompkins VIST Bank raised over $24,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association MDA at their fifth annual Cow Pie Bingo event, which was held at the Classic Harley-Davidson in Leesport. The total amount the bank has raised since 2014 is over $84,903.18, including matching gifts from the Jeremy Carroll Foundation. The funds will be used to send children with neuromuscular disease to MDA’s Variety Club Camp in Worcester, Pa. this year. The cost to send one child to camp is $2,000.
The public purchased $20 squares from the bank for a chance to claim the spot where the cow would lay a pie. More than 200 bank customers, employees, MDA supporters and others watched as two steer calves wandered around a grassy pen. The calves picked a spot to lay the pie after about 20 about minutes. The calves belong to Jeff Davis, a crop and steer farmer in Bernville.