Senator Toomey visits F&M Trust

From left to right: PA Senator Rich Alloway, F&M Trust President and CEO Bill Snell, US Senator Pat Toomey and F&M Trust Chairman Warren Elliott.(CHAMBERSBURG, PA)During a visit to Chambersburg, United States Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) stopped by F&M Trust to briefly meet with members of the bank’s senior management team and board of directors.

Other local officials including PA Senator Rich Alloway, Franklin County Commissioners Bob Ziobrowski and Dave Keller along with staff from Alloway’s and US Representative Bill Shuster’s office were also present.

US Senator Pat Toomey talks banking as F&M Trust Chairman Warren Elliott listens intently.Senator Toomey, a former community bank director, is currently a member of the Senate Banking Committee as well as the Financial Institutions and Consumer Protection subcommittee.He shared his perspective on the economy and responded to questions from the group on issues impacting community banks including Dodd-Frank legislation and Basel III requirements.

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