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F&M Trust Mechanicsburg Office to Open November 14

F&M Trust Mechanicsburg Office to Open November 14

 

F&M Trust’s new full-service community banking office at Silver Creek Plaza on the Pike in Mechanicsburg will open November 14. A grand opening celebration is planned through November 30 with special offers and prizes.

 

When it opens, the community office will be the bank’s twenty-sixth office. In addition to a banking lobby with teller stations and customer service offices, as well as drive-up teller and drive through ATM services, this new 3,188 square foot facility will provide a conference room and offices for commercial services and small business relationship managers, residential mortgage originators and Investment & Trust Services staff. Cydnie Kelly is the Mechanicsburg Office Manager and Tara Salisbury is the customer service representative/head teller.

 

The office is located in the Silver Creek Plaza on the Pike, being developed by Smith Land and Improvement Corporation. Silver Creek Plaza is located on the Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township, Cumberland County, and features a 50,000 square foot Toys “R” Us/Babies “R” Us anchor plus Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant and 13,400 square feet of additional retail space including Subway, Great Clips and Sprint as tenants. Architect for the project is Cianfichi Scholl Ludwig Architects, LLC of Carlisle; R.A. Hill, Inc of Chambersburg is the general contractor for the project.

 

F&M Trust’s twenty-five other community banking offices are located throughout Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton and Huntingdon counties in Camp Hill, Carlisle, Boiling Springs, Shippensburg, Newville, Chambersburg, St. Thomas, Mont Alto, Marion, Greencastle, Waynesboro, McConnellsburg, Hustontown, Warfordsburg, and Orbisonia. F&M Trust is the wholly owned subsidiary of Franklin Financial, an independent bank holding company headquartered in Chambersburg with assets of nearly $1 billion.