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Harshbarger joins F&M Trust as Commercial Services Officer



(Chambersburg, PA) Matthew D. “Matt” Harshbarger recently joined F&M Trust as an Assistant Vice President - Commercial Services. 

Harshbarger joins the bank having nearly 15 years of experience in the financial services industry in retail and commercial banking. Most recently, he was a commercial lender with Mid Penn Bank. At F&M Trust, Harshbarger will be responsible for actively pursuing new lending opportunities as well as developing commercial and agricultural banking relationships with new and existing businesses in Cumberland County. His office is located in the bank’s Carlisle Crossing Office, 214A Westminster Drive, Carlisle, but he will also meet with commercial customers at the bank’s other community banking offices as well as at customer’s place of business. 

A graduate of the Mansfield University, Harshbarger earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with an emphasis in economics. He also graduated from the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PBA) School of Commercial Lending. 

An active community volunteer, Harshbarger currently serves on the finance committee of the Central Pennsylvania Conservancy and as Vice President on the board of the East Shore LeTip. Previously he served as the Treasurer for the Blue Mountain Chapter of Safari Club International and as Vice President of Bountiful Blessings, a Christian-based charity in the Mechanicsburg area. Harshbarger lives in Gardners with his wife, Tara, and their two children, Jared and Ryan.           

F&M Trust is an independent community bank headquartered in Chambersburg with over $1 billion in assets. With twenty-six community-banking offices in Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton, and Huntington Counties, the bank has offices in Carlisle, Boiling Springs, Mechanicsburg, Camp Hill, Newville, Shippensburg Chambersburg, Greencastle, Waynesboro, Marion, Mont Alto, St. Thomas, Hustontown, Orbisonia, Warfordsburg, and McConnellsburg.