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  • BCEDC Board of Director Throws Out the First Pitch
  • Bob Cormack, BCEDC Executive Director Attended Centric Bank’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 
  • TMA Bucks Welcomes a New Project Coordinator, Ashley Sulon to the Team

BCEDC Board of Director Throws Out the First Pitch

millham2Dick Millham with Phillies Phanatic.millham 1Dick’s grandson Barry Millham, Dick Millham, Dick’s son, Rick Millham.

Hundreds of survivors, families, friends, staff, and members of the Fox Chase Cancer Center community celebrated cancer survivorship on Saturday, July 13 as the Philadelphia Phillies game.

BCEDC, Board of Director, Dick Millham, threw out the first pitch of the game. Dick is a merkle cell carcinoma survivor and a member of the Bucks County chapter of the Fox Chase Board of Associates. 

The event raised over $8,000 for the Fox Chase Cancer Center. 


Bob Cormack, BCEDC Executive Director Attended Centric Bank’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 

Centric Bank President and CEO Patti Husic and her team hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 to introduce the financial center’s new design and personalized services to the community. They were joined by Bucks County Commissioner Diane Ellis-Marseglia, as well as members of the Central Bucks Chamber, Lower Bucks Chamber, Eastern Montgomery County Chamber, Bucks County Economic Development Corporation.

Bob Cormack, was happy to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony of a BCEDC member.  Bob commented, “It is an unique approach to customer focused banking which allows for continuity of services with the same team member especially when most business seem to be less customer and service oriented.”

“Continuing to unlock capacity and potential for our customers means responding to their needs with a new level of presence and accessibility,” said Husic. “At our Doylestown Financial Center, we’re introducing Concierge Banking — full-service banking that’s streamlined, personalized, and nearly instantaneous.

“Giving back to the communities we call home is integral to our culture, and we were thrilled to present a $2,500 cash donation to Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County Executive Director Florence Kawoczka and Development Director Candace Clarke.”

Formally a lending office, the space was renovated into a non-traditional branch layout featuring Universal Banker (a hybrid of a teller and a personal banker) workstations to assist customers with every banking service from securing a personal loan to opening a checking account.

 “In one stop, customers can visit with the Universal Banker and have all of their needs met without being transferred to different team members within the location,” said Husic.

About Centric Financial Corporation and Centric Bank

Founded in 2007, Pennsylvania-based Centric Bank has financial centers located in Harrisburg, Hershey, Mechanicsburg, and Camp Hill, offices in Devon, loan production offices in Lancaster and Doylestown, and an Operations and Executive Office campus in Hampden Township, Cumberland County. To learn more about Centric Bank, call 717.657.7727 or visit CentricBank.com. Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.


TMA Bucks Welcomes a New Project Coordinator, Ashley Sulon to the Team

ashleyTMA BUCKS is pleased to announce that Ashley Sulon has been added to their team as a project coordinator! Ashley is a Langhorne resident and Bloomsburg University graduate with a background in event planning. 

Welcome board Ashley!